You’ve heard it all your life: “Eat your greens.” But did you know that eating just one cup of leafy greens each day makes your brain an average of 11 years younger than someone who skips them?
You are genetically designed to heal. Your physiology is designed to overcome and to make you stronger. Disease is merely the result of living a lifestyle that is incompatible with life and longevity. Even fatal diseases can resolve with lifestyle-based medicine.
The role of methylation in human health and disease is an explosive area of research, evolving all the time, and an excellent example of the power to use environmental exposures, diet, and supplementation to reclaim control over your health.
The myth persists that high fat foods gunk up your arteries and pad your hips But it’s just not true especially when it comes to the highest fat fruit on the planet - the avocado (Persea americana)
Melanin, the central pigment within our skin, and distributed throughout our bodies, is one of the most interesting biomolecules identified thus far
A condition plaguing over 80 million men and women in the United States alone, hair loss a condition that not only indicates possible health issues but can also profoundly diminish quality of life
Fat has long suffered a bad rap and a long-time association with poor health and disease. One study, however, highlights what happens to your body -- specifically the cardio-metabolic factors in overweight or obese individuals -- when you replace breakfast carbohydrates with fat-rich avocados
Incorporating these five herbs and spices into your daily diet may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, protect your brain from neurodegeneration, stimulate your immune system and protect against inflammation, among other benefits. Best of all, these ingredients are all easily available and may already exist in your pantry or spice rack
Science is not about good and bad, it is about proven and not proven
There are a broad range of evidence-based natural alternatives for depression. GreenMedInfo.com sources its research from the public domain, namely, the National Library of Medicine's bibliographic database known as Medline
Dill is chock-full of nutrients and compounds that are widely used for reducing excess gas, aiding in digestion and boosting the immune system. But the perks don't end there: dill also provides strong antibiotic properties