Here’s a good reason to add some spice into your life: Chili peppers were found to be effective in managing symptoms of depression.
Food is Medicine
Carrots are among the most recognizable vegetables in the modern world.
Pomegranates aren’t quite as ubiquitous as apples or bananas (when is the last time you saw someone snacking on one while out and about?) but they’re one of the healthiest fruits you can eat.
Consuming zinc might be something that you only think about when cold season approaches given its stellar performance in keeping the common cold at bay, but its value extends far beyond preventing this relatively innocuous problem to something far more serious: fighting cancer.
For many people, losing your eyesight is one of the strongest signs that you’re getting older.
Every year, more people suffer from Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia
When something is labeled an “alternative,” that means there’s something else that is considered the conventional choice.
Rice and Beans are the Perfect Protein – Fact or Myth?
Beans and rice as a perfect protein is a myth that, even though it has been debunked for years, still seems to emerge as fact every now and again, such as in out-of-date textbooks used by aspiring health professionals! Some people mistakenly believe that beans need rice to make a complete protein. Let’s dispel this myth once and for all.
healthy freedom alliance, 10 May 2016
Many people only think about cabbage around St. Patrick’s Day, when it’s traditionally cooked with corned beef and potatoes.
health freedom alliance, 5 May 2016
“Heavy metal toxicity—from metals such as mercury, aluminum, copper, cadmium, nickel, arsenic, and lead—represents one of the greatest threats to our health and well-being.” ~ Anthony William