One of the most effective ways to maintain breast and cellular health is with powerful plant-based compounds such as polyphenols, antioxidants, flavonoids and other targeted micronutrients. These powerful compounds offer unparalleled benefits including support for healthy inflammatory responses, detoxification, hormone and immune modulation, and a wealth of other health-promoting actions.
A recent study out of Harvard University's T.H. Chan School of Public Health showed that women who consumed more fruits and vegetables, particularly cruciferous vegetables and yellow or orange colored produce, had a significantly reduced risk of developing breast cancer.
The recent groundbreaking verdict on on the herbicide, glyphosate (Roundup®), as a cause of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in one San Francisco Bay Area man has shed stark new light on the dangers posed by the most widely used agricultural chemical today.
All men are at risk for prostate conditions such as enlarged prostate, prostatitis and cancer. Chances of developing one or more of these increases with age. Nevertheless, research continues to demonstrate simple, effective ways to support a healthy prostate and maintain long-term wellness, without a multitude of side effects.
Every so often, a study is published and news reports churn out variations on the headline: “Vitamins Don’t Work.” The latest along these lines involves a meta-analysis: A type of research review which gathers previously published data and looks for patterns.
As temperatures rise, so does our need for circulation support, just to keep up with the demands of daily activities. Even a simple errand can feel like a marathon in the heat. With the right support however, we can properly acclimate, and make the most out of the long summer days.
Staying safe in the sun means more than just wearing sunscreen. To start, the type of sun protection you choose is critical, since many commercial brands contain synthetics like oxybenzone, homosalate and octocrylene: chemical ingredients that can disrupt your cellular health, hormone balance and harm the environment.
Our bodies need exercise more than ever and walking is one of the easiest choices for a healthy activity—as a matter of fact, research suggests it just might be your best move.
Health discussions during cold and flu season are usually reserved for the topics of immunity, weight gain and vital energy. While these areas of healthcare are of extra concern during cold months, there’s another area of the body that also needs extra care and protection in the winter: your skin.
Changing seasons and cold weather can take a toll on immunity, but there are natural and effective ways to help support against colds and flu. Check out our guide to utilizing some of nature’s best immune ingredients to help prime your system for the months ahead.