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Research indicates that turmeric may help mitigate the growth of MRSA superbugs

One of the scariest health problems that the world is facing today is the explosion of antibiotic-resistant superbugs like methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA.

Nutritionist says following a healthy diet works better than medications for treating Type 2 diabetes

Receiving a diagnose of diabetes is a life-changing moment.

A group of perfectly ordinary garden vegetables hold the key to preventing blindness

For many people, losing your eyesight is one of the strongest signs that you’re getting older.

Dark chocolate is good for your brain; it makes you happy AND smarter

Good news for chocolate lovers: dark chocolate is not only good for your brain, but it also makes you happy, according to an article published on the website BeBrainFit.com.

Reinstated superfood status: Coconut oil has always been good for your heart, but now doctors have the science to confirm it

Coconut oil’s popularity has increased over the years because of its many health benefits.

Drink cranberry juice to decrease your risk of UTI by half

Cranberries aren’t just used for salads and baked goods.

5 Reasons You Should Know About Ashitaba

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!

Learn the unsavory truth about this commercial almond milk

By Huff: (NaturalNews) So-called milk alternatives abound in today's commercial food system as more and more folks develop intolerance, whether physically or mentally, to the highly-processed, enzymatically-dead swill they call grocery store "milk." But one of the most popular go-to alternatives, "almond milk," is but a faded remnant of its supposed derivative, containing only trace amounts of actual almonds.

Cashew: A disease-destroying, bacteria-blasting super nut


The bacteria responsible for acne, tooth decay, tuberculosis, pneumonia and leprosy have met their match with, of all things, the cashew nut. Containing anacardic chemicals that destroy gram-positive bacteria, this tasty seed of the cashew apple helps eradicate dangerous pathogens that cause a multitude of issues. Not only that, but cashews have also been shown to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, diabetes, weight gain and certain types of cancer.