Cilantro, one of the most popular kitchen herbs in the U.S., has been used in traditional medicine as an anticonvulsant for the treatment of unpredictable seizures common in neurological disorders like epilepsy. Continue reading
A new study published in the European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences has revealed something quite counterintuitive about chocolate, one of the world’s most prized ‘high-fat’ foods. This strangely medicinal ‘sweat treat,’ which ironically you find in the candy aisle at the pharmacy, improved markers of cardiovascular disease, including the reduction of belly fat, and only after one week of consumption.
Researchers from Continue reading