If you’ve ever used a water filtration system or pitcher, you’ve already seen the benefits of activated charcoal in action. Activated charcoal does essentially the same thing in your intestinal tract that a charcoal block does in your water filter. Toxins and chemicals bind to the activated charcoal, and since the charcoal doesn’t get “digested” per se, these toxins are then flushed out. It can attract and trap thousands of times its own weight in gases, toxins, food additives and other chemicals.
Lecia Bushak, Apr 29, 2016
Recent research into mindfulness — focusing on the present moment through meditation — has shown it comes with myriad health benefits, from alleviating pain to treating post-traumatic stress disorder.
Valerie Burke, April 5th, 2015
Do you melt when you look into your dog’s eyes? Does your cat have you wrapped around her little fuzzy paws? You’re not alone!
The Medical Establishment takes a “silver bullet” approach to health, isolating a particular biological process and “aiming” at it with a synthetic chemical.
Tony Isaacs, March 6, 2011
A new study by researchers at Wake Forest University has shown that daily consumption of beetroot juice can promote brain health in older adults
Jennifer Lea Reynolds, December 17 2015
During a Michigan state Senate hearing discussing medical marijuana, state Senator Rick Jones cut short the words of a military veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). As a result, the veteran was removed from the hearing, undoubtedly causing many people – not just marijuana activists – to raise their eyebrows.(1)
Nicholas Eberle, November 20, 2015
Ashtiaba is a leafy green plant that is native to southern Japan and when I started learning about this stuff it blew me away that is not mainstream yet. Like many superfoods this stuff is chock full of benefits in almost every system of your body but these 5 are the ones that make it stand out even among the greats!
Alan Christianson, 01/08/2015
It seems it is almost stylish for people to have a long list of foods they avoid. Some act as if the more foods you avoid, the better informed you must be.
Working out naked, huh? The Ancient Greeks and Romans did it, so why shouldn’t we?