• What’s in Your Medicine Cabinet?

    In the mid-1800s, French journalist Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr, famously said, the more things change, the more they stay the same.

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  • Just in Time for the Holidays… Homemade Herb Butter

    Herbs and butter seem to be made for each other. Whether you’re preparing a poultry stuffing, flavoring a steaming bowl of vegetables or buttering your morning toast, a homemade blend of rich creamy butter infused with the natural flavor of your favorite fresh herbs can be a heavenly dining experience. Read More

  • Why Mom and Popeye are Two Smart People

    “Eat your greens.” Even before modern research revealed the remarkable health benefits of green foods, this mantra has been repeated countless times to generations of children. For good reason too. The human body depends upon green foods of all kinds for the essential vitamins, minerals, antioxidant-rich phytonutrients and fiber we need to survive and thrive.   Read More

  • 5 Surprising Ways Beneficial Bacteria Support Your Health

    Thanks to modern advertising and the well-meaning advice of healthcare professionals, most of us now equate bacteria with germs, the invisible disease-causing enemies that can lead to anything from a bad head cold to an unstoppable life-threatening infection. For this reason, we’ve become hooked on constant hand washing and avoiding surfaces or environments that might be contaminated with bacterial enemies.

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  • Are You Getting Enough of this Food of the Gods?

    While the humble beet doesn’t get much press these days as a “sexy” vegetable, the ancient Romans and Greeks thought otherwise. Read More

  • Banish Constipation for Good with These 5 Gut-Healthy Foods

    Do you go to the bathroom regularly and never give it a second thought? By that we mean easy, comfortable bowel movements in which you fully evacuate your colon and happily return to the business of living? If so, count yourself lucky, because the fact is, millions of people of all ages live with hard, painful stools, irregularity and the associated symptoms of bloating, abdominal discomfort and gas.

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  • Nourishing Your Garden of Digestive Microflora

    Your gut microflora is aptly named if you liken it to a flourishing garden of healthy microbes tasked with aiding digestion, synthesizing vitamins and supporting immunity; all while keeping out the weeds ― harmful bacteria and pathogens that can lead to illness.

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  • A Yummy Dessert to Help You Move Your Bowels

    If you’re plagued by irregularity with hard painful stools, take heart. There are other ways to get relief aside from commercial laxatives that make being near a bathroom of the utmost importance… Read More

  • 10 Foods that Reduce Your Risk of Vision Impairment Now and Later

    Like every major organ in the human body, your eyes need certain nutrients to stay healthy and function at their best. We know that beta-carotene rich carrots are great for healthy vision, but there are so many more nutrient-packed foods you can be eating specifically for your eyes.   Read More

  • 10 Health-Changing Reasons to Cleanse Your Liver and Colon

    Liver and colon cleansing is becoming increasingly popular among health-conscious individuals who want to rid their system of toxins and waste products what can negatively impact their health. As we learn more about the serious health effects of exposure to manmade chemicals in our food, and inescapable pollution in our air and water, there is no choice but to take initiative and rid these toxic byproducts from our system.  Read More

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