Detoxification

Can Fasting Reverse Diabetes and Disease?

Can Fasting Reverse Diabetes and Disease?


Intermittent fasting—going without calories for a set time, typically 12 hours or longer—continues to gain attention within the scientific and medical communities. Fasting is associated with a number of spiritual practices and has long been used in traditional healing systems as a prescription for enhanced health and longevity. Today, an increasing number of studies demonstrate that some form of calorie restriction may decrease disease risks, promote healthy weight loss, increase lifespan, and rejuvenate numerous areas of health.
Breast Health Supplement Enhances Tamoxifen

Breast Health Supplement Enhances Tamoxifen

this study highlights the ability of the formula to boost the effects of tamoxifen—a hormonal protocol used for breast cellular health—against estrogen receptor-positive (ER-positive) breast cells. This is the fourth published study on this physician-formulated supplement, and the first using ER-positive cells, to demonstrate the important breast health benefits of this unique formula.
New Study Highlights Link between Mushrooms and Microbiota

New Study Highlights Link between Mushrooms and Microbiota

Your most powerful health resource is a swift and intelligent immune system, and beneficial mushrooms can play an important role. Mushrooms have been used in traditional healing for thousands of years and now modern research is substantiating and expanding their numerous indications.
Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Antioxidants

Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Antioxidants

It may seem like antioxidants are a new health trend, but the truth is that Americans have been taking multivitamin/mineral supplements since they first became available in the 1940s. That being said, antioxidants are still important and still a bit of a mystery to many people.
A Few Tips to Help You Achieve Healthy Detoxification

A Few Tips to Help You Achieve Healthy Detoxification

Approximately 10% of adults in the U.S. follow a vegetarian-inclined diet. Whether it's a statement against animal cruelty or an effort to maintain a healthier lifestyle is up to the person who follows it. But another big reason for people to follow a vegetarian diet is healthy detoxification.