A Fresh Look at the Raw Food Movement While it may not be the latest health movement, the raw food diet is one that continues to gain popularity, with promises…Read more
We often think hair loss is caused by aging. To some degree, that’s true—as many as 50% of Americans over the age of 40 are experiencing some hair loss—but as with any health condition, it’s more comp
Anticipating a long weekend of delicious indulgences? Avoid digestive emergencies with these 5 tips. Eliminate Potential Causes Before we discuss what to add to your health regimens, we'd like to…Read more
What's the easiest way to support health? The answer is quite simple: Hydration. Drinking plenty of pure, filtered water and herbal tea helps keep your immune system, circulation, digestion, metabolism and brain in top shape.
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.
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.
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.
Biologically, men and women have some concrete differences. But those distinctions go beyond the obvious contrasts. It's important to recognize that our bodies function within subtle and not-so-subtle variations that…Read more
It’s important to stay healthy during flu season, and not let the cold-weather illness get you down. There are a number of steps you can take in your daily life…Read more
We’re surrounded with pastries over the holidays and most people, even those watching their diets, have a hard time resisting all the temptations. Nevertheless, the gluten-free movement continues to gain momentum as more people become aware of how widespread this problem really is.
Today, an abundance of superfoods and advanced nutraceutical ingredients make it easier than ever for men -- and women -- to take advantage of natural solutions that help maintain long-term vitality. The month of September gets a lot of attention for prostate health awareness, and these healthy choices can help support the cause -- not just this month, but all year long.
Are organic foods more nutritious than conventional? A controversial Stanford study claimed that organic foods provide no added nutritional value. Needless to say, the study generated a great deal of uncertainty. People were confused about whether organics are worth the extra time, effort and of course, higher costs. It’s a valid question, so let’s try to sort these issues out.
Get the skinny on fats for health -- including certain food combinations shown to create a healthier kind of fat for cardiovascular, cellular and overall health.
Researchers recently demonstrated the remarkable brain-protecting benefits offered by two common berries, showing they help clear accumulated toxins from the brain. They were also shown to offer important protection against radiation damage. These results add to the growing body of data demonstrating that favorite berries from our backyards, and around the world, deliver powerful health benefits.