Dark, delectable dates are a staple food for people in Middle Eastern countries. The date fruit itself has been around for millennia, and ancient people had consumed these fruits as both food and natural medicine. Continue reading
Flu season is just around the corner, but it should be nothing to fear if one’s immune health is in tiptop shape. If it isn’t, don’t fret. Numerous studies and past research confirm that it’s possible to boost the immune system for better protection against infection and disease. Continue reading
Cool and tart lemonades are ideal refreshments for the hot summer months. But foodies and dietitians alike find that adding ground turmeric and ginger slices to lemonade creates a potent immune-boosting drink capable of fighting inflammation and protecting against infections like the flu. Continue reading
Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is a rich and aromatic spice popular in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisines. But on top of its uses in the kitchen, turmeric also has medicinal properties that render it a potent natural medicine for numerous ailments, from sprains to arthritis.
Following a vegetarian or vegan diet may be difficult for some. After all, there are some nutrients that you can only find in animal-based food products. In addition, only a few plant-based foods are capable of providing protein, an essential nutrient that helps build and repair body tissues, among other functions. Fortunately, vegetarians and vegans can rely on dietary supplements to meet their daily protein requirements. One of the best protein sources for people who don’t eat animal products is spirulina.
Every intelligent person is already aware that the pharma-controlled medical establishment and lamestream media rolled out a coordinated smear campaign against hydroxychloroquine to crush the clinical trials and destroy all hope of an effective, low-cost treatment for covid-19. The goal, of course, is to clear the way for high-profit prescription drugs (like the scandal-plagued Remdesivir drug) or experimental vaccines that will almost certainly present significant health risks to the public. Continue reading
- To effectively wash your hands, use soap and running water, lather up and scrub for at least 20 seconds, and be sure to wash your fingertips and between your fingers
- Forget the hot air hand dryer or cloth towels and use a folded paper towel to increase absorbency
- By washing your hands you can prevent the spread of viruses and bacteria, which may slow the spread of antibiotic resistance
- Washing your hands too frequently may damage the skin barrier and trigger cracks in your skin that allow germs into your body
- Build a strong immune system by avoiding processed foods and sugar, supporting your gut microbiome, eating foods high in vitamins and minerals and getting quality sleep
What is Regenerative Fitness?
Regenerative fitness is a foundational program that will empower you with simple tools and practices that can be applied to instantly improve health and vitality. Using movement as medicine, we will cultivate an optimal environment for our bodies to harmonize and create a more youthful presence. This movement-centered program will include principles of infant development and natural movement patterns, all with the intention of total body integration. Continue reading
With nutrition and wellness information omnipresent, it is important that we follow our inner guide and discover what works for us as individuals. Continue reading
While there is no “magic pill” for thyroid disease, some factors may influence the effectiveness of your thyroid medication.
When you are first diagnosed with a thyroid condition, a prescription for medication becomes much like Continue reading
One key aspect of eating healthy is eating non-adulterated foods—foods that are as close to their natural state as possible. If you do that, then basically everything you eat is a “superfood”
15 food items are included. Keep these on hand so that you always have healthy key ingredients to choose from for cooking and snacking Continue reading
Over the last year, the revelations and news media coverage of Edward Snowden have firmly lodged the word ‘whistleblower’ in the minds of not only Americans, but people all over the world. With Snowden’s recent Nobel Peace Prize nomination, it signals public opinion is very much behind those that expose the truth. Continue reading