If there’s one thing the pharmaceutical industry wants to hide, it’s the healing power of food — especially superfoods like spirulina.
In this fast-paced world we live in, it is normal to feel overwhelmed by the many things that are happening all at once.
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), otherwise known as acid reflux, affects an extraordinary number of adults worldwide. According to the journal Gut, between 18 and 28 percent of the adults in North America suffer from the disease, as do 9 to 26 percent of Europeans and up to 33 percent in the Middle East.1 Those numbers appear to be rising.
Studies have stated that around half of patients suffering from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) or inflammatory bowel syndrome (IBS) take some form of nutritional supplement.
If you’re looking to get rid of stubborn belly fat, try raiding your spice rack. A preliminary study has suggested that cinnamon may be efficient in preventing fat from settling around the belly, DailyMail.co.uk reported.
Bri Jackson, December 17, 2015
Winter is approaching and the beginning of this season presents a unique opportunity for cleansing various systems in the body and grounding the mind.
Mike Bundrant, December 31, 2013
Did you know that we are exposed to 82,000 different toxins, chemically-based products and processed foods in our environment weekly?
Emma Haak, 07/24/2015
The wrong ones can leave you bloated, gassy and keeping close tabs on the nearest bathroom, while some can damage your gut and its important microbiome.
health freedom alliance, 11 November 2015
Dates contain high levels of fiber, important for good digestion. They are rich with natural sugar, and that’s why they’re great replacement for the ordinary sugar.
Enjoy your sriracha now, and don’t worry about pooping in pain later