Sulfur, a vital nutrient for cellular functioning, may not be at the top of your list of supplements, but it is one mineral you cannot live without. Read on to learn how you can boost your vital energy and metabolism by adding more sulfur-rich foods to your diet
The science is growing behind the nutritional and health benefits of oligosaccharides
The adverse effects of smoking tobacco are well known. Here are 70 natural substances proven to alleviate or improve tobacco effects
Our modern world is a difficult place to maintain a healthful balance. Ginger is, hands down, one of the most broadly therapeutic and familiar plant allies available to us to prevent and even reverse a wide range of ailments, with the science supporting its safety and efficacy one of the most robust.
Indian tribesmen, particularly in Patalkot valley of Central India, perform traditional ways of treating childhood upper respiratory issues through the means of herbs. According to them, the formulations they apply to treat these disorders are safe and non-toxic for the infants and children.
An important scientific review identifies 25 of the top foods and herbs which kill the cancer stem cells at the root cause of cancer malignancy.
Beets have always been and remain one of the world's most underutilized 'super foods' with powerful, evidence-based health benefits
As we reported on back in June of last year in an exposé titled, Consumer Alert: BPA-Free Goods Still Contain Toxin Bisphenol, the petrochemical bisphenol A (BPA), a ubiquitous ingredient in thousands of consumer products and which has been linked to a wide range of serious adverse health effects, has been removed by many ostensibly scrupulous manufacturers in favor of another equally toxic analog in the same chemical class, known as bisphenol S (BPS).
Green tea may well be the healthiest drink on the planet. Now researchers have discovered one of its active compounds disrupts cancer cell metabolism.
Relieve the painful symptoms of athlete's foot and address the systemic fungal problem with these five natural antifungals, some of which you’ll find directly in your kitchen pantry
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
Modern society has removed itself from the process of growing and cultivating its own food, but research has demonstrated that gardening has numerous physiological and psychological benefits. Read on for a list of highly nutritious vegetables that you can easily grow in your backyard or in containers on your porch