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.
The number of chemicals and toxic metals in our environment is staggering. In the United States alone, there are more than 60,000 different compounds produced in large quantities for industrial…Read more
Fact: GMOs (genetically modified organisms) are widespread; largely unavoidable, and highly controversial. Proponents claim they're revolutionizing our food supply, while opponents assert they're destroying it, along with our health. And…Read more
Quite often, the most powerful botanicals come from unexpected sources. Honokiol is an example. Derived from the bark of the Magnolia tree, honokiol is a highly active polyphenol compound that…Read more
If we’re not careful, the holidays can quickly turn into a metabolic disaster. Luckily, there are simple, ways to protect yourself, and improve overall health in the process.
For most people, it can be difficult to maintain an active and healthy lifestyle once the last nice days of fall are gone. The daylight hours disappear quickly and the weather can be unpredictable. Outside activity becomes limited to weekends, competing with errands and social engagements. Here are a few tips to help maintain good health through the fall.
Feeling down? Take a look at your diet – at least that’s what many researchers are doing in order to explore the connections between food and mood.
What did ancient Asian herbalists know about working in an office, or traveling in a crowded airplane? Probably not much, but what they did know is that combining beneficial mushrooms, herbs, and traditional wellness protocols could offer benefits for many areas of health, including things like occasional colds and flus. Led by holistic health pioneer Isaac Eliaz, MD, EcoNugenics research and development team has brought these ancient approaches and traditional botanical methods into the modern age. We've applied scientific research to identify the positive properties of mushrooms and further enhance them, creating a potent and unique blend of beneficial mushrooms for strong immune support.
Vitamin B6 is important for producing melatonin, our master sleep hormone. Chickpeas, the main ingredient in this hummus, are a good source of B6. Combined with basil, a mild relaxer, this recipe makes a nice sleep enhancing snack.
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.
Cacao, goji berries, coconut oil, kale — it seems like everyone is talking about their favorite superfoods lately. One of the most versatile superfoods may be turmeric. This bright yellow spice is a remarkable botanical shown in studies to support numerous areas of health.
Meet Mr. Amazing. Three days a week, he walks 5 miles on the beach and works out for 45 minutes. He can do 10 pull-ups and leg press 185 pounds. He spends a good deal of time traveling, volunteering with conservation groups, and working on home improvement projects. Mr. Amazing will be seventy-five next year. How many people of any age do you know who can do ten pull-ups? How does this “elderly” man have more energy for life than his children and grandchildren?
More and more men, especially those over the age of 45, are seeking natural solutions to support prostate health. Thankfully there are a growing number of scientifically substantiated options available to help men support their prostate health -- without a multitude of side effects.*
Mistletoe has a rich folkloric history. Most of us associate the plant with the celebration of Christmas and the winter holidays. And of course, kissing beneath the hanging sprigs…But the use of mistletoe goes back to ancient cultures including the Greeks, Norse and Druids, who revered the plant for its powerful health benefits and ritual symbolism.