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  • Nutrients from Flaxseeds
    Flaxseeds are chock full of other nutrients, including Omega 3 fatty acids, thiamine, manganese, magnesium and potassium. They’re also good sources of selenium and zinc, important for prostate health and... Read more »
  • The Health Benefits Of Beets
    They’re rich in antioxidants, electrolytes like potassium and magnesium. They’re packed with B-vitamins, especially folic acid. They’ve got Vitamin C, and they’re loaded with fiber. The post The Health Benefits... Read more »
  • Rosacea: More Than Skin Deep
    Thus the most important anti-rosacea strategy is to look for digestive allergies or intolerances and eliminate problem foods. Caloric restriction and fasting can... The post Rosacea: More Than Skin Deep... Read more »
  • Study Finds Psychiatric Diagnosis to be ‘Scientifically Meaningless’
    “Perhaps it is time we stopped pretending that medical-sounding labels contribute anything to our understanding of the complex causes of human distress or of what kind of help we need... Read more »
  • New Research Shows Parkinson’s Disease Origins in the Gut
    In experiments in mice, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they have found additional evidence that Parkinson’s disease originates among cells in the gut and travels up the body’s neurons to... Read more »
  • How to Cook Cabbage
    The humble cabbage is an economically important plant with European origins. While eaten all over the world, it has a reputation of being boring because it’s often used as a... Read more »
  • Regenerative Medicine for Nerve and Neuropathic Pain
    Dr. Matthew Cook is a former anesthesiologist who became a regenerative medicine specialist and founder of BioReset Medical1 in Campbell, California. In this interview, we discuss several novel therapies offered... Read more »
  • Tea With or Without Plastic?
    Tea is important to people of many cultures around the world and it has been recognized for centuries as having dramatic and positive impacts on health. It is one of... Read more »
  • Flint’s Deadly Water
    The water crisis in Flint, Michigan — one of the poorest cities in the U.S. — began in April 2014, when the state took over city management and decided to... Read more »
  • Health Benefits of Living Near the Ocean
    Many people dream of living near the ocean, and perhaps there’s an intrinsic reason why. Coastal living may be good for mental health, according to a study by researchers from... Read more »
  • Lack of Sleep and Chronic Disease Are a Risky Combo
    While sleep is still a largely neglected area of health, research shows that without proper sleep — both in terms of time and quality — every aspect of your health... Read more »
  • Is a Colonoscopy Worth the Risk?
    Knowing your potential risk for developing cancer can help you weigh the risks against the benefits of different tests for your situation. According to the American Cancer Society,1 more than... Read more »
  • Vitamin C Lowers Mortality in Severe Sepsis
    One of the leading causes of death in American hospitals is something many are still unfamiliar with: septicemia (sepsis or septic shock). Also known as blood poisoning among lay people,... Read more »
  • Washing Machines Spreading Deadly Superbugs
    An early version of the washing machine was introduced in the 1850s and has since evolved from manual labor gear devices to high tech machines that assistance dogs are able... Read more »
  • Would You Trade the World’s Most Nutritious Food for Gold?
    During a six-week period every summer, fishermen head out to Bristol Bay, Alaska, to catch their share of wild sockeye salmon. An estimated 38 million of the fish return to... Read more »
  • GMO Avocados in Development
    Avocados not only are one of the world’s healthiest fruits, they’re also among the most economically important, representing a $13 billion market in 2017.1 Avocados have been enjoyed since ancient... Read more »
  • Children Taken From Parents Who Refuse Vitamin K Shot
    Since 1961, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has recommended that all newborns receive a vitamin K1 injection to prevent uncontrolled bleeding caused by vitamin K deficiency.1,2 Vitamin K1 is... Read more »
  • Health Benefits of MSM — A Powerful Sulfur Donor
    Sulfur is a somewhat "forgotten" nutrient you don't hear mentioned very often, but it's very important for optimal body function and health. You get most of your sulfur from certain... Read more »
  • Vitamin A Can Save Your Skin
    Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer found in the U.S., and the most common of those are basal and squamous cell cancers.1 Although death from these types... Read more »
  • Weekly Health Quiz: Dementia and Cholesterol
    1 Recent research suggests many nutrient deficiencies around the world could be effectively addressed and resolved by: Providing free supplements via global aid organizations Fairer fish trade, allowing more fish... Read more »
  • Fuel Your Brain To Stay Sharp In Your Career
    The workplace of today is constantly evolving and challenging us. We asked High Performance coach Pat Divilly for his tips to #staysharp in our careers. We spend a third of... Read more »
  • Nutrition For Brain Function - 4 Factors To Help You Stay Sharp
    We asked High Performance coach Pat Divilly for his advice on how to fuel our bodies and brains to #staysharp. What’s on our plates has changed perhaps more in the... Read more »
  • How to Get the Udo's Effect
    Fitness expert Pat Divilly talks confidence, health and how you can get The Udo's Effect. How can everyone be healthier? You need to find the pillars of health and address... Read more »
  • Mum’s The Word
    From breastfeeding to friendly bacteria, we look at the little ways you can make a big difference to your baby’s health. This is such an exciting time, welcoming your baby into... Read more »
  • Take a 4-Week Digestive Challenge
      Simple lifestyle and dietary changes can make a world of difference to your digestive health. A truly healthy body (and mind) starts with a healthy gut. As a pharmacist... Read more »
  • Easy to Make Summer Salad
      Enjoy a perfect go-to & easy to make summer salad with family and friends. Ingredients:  4 good-sized beetroots (scrubbed, peeled and cut into fine matchsticks) 3 ripe pears peeled... Read more »
  • Study Snacks For Brainiacs
    Seed-rich bars that will keep you and your whole family going between meals. With no added refined sugar, these are great snacks for your little brainiacs to munch on as... Read more »
  • Enjoy Your Meals Minus the Bloat
      That sluggish, bloated, not-so-great feeling. The good news? It doesn’t have to be that way. Caffeine, alcohol, illness, pregnancy and stress all take their toll on our enzyme reserves.... Read more »
  • Udo’s Oil - 20 Year Anniversary
      Founder of Udo’s Choice, Dr. Udo Erasmus talks to us on the 20 year anniversary of Udo’s Oil in Ireland.Here’s what he had to say: “The work we do... Read more »
  • Delicious Super 8 Yoghurt
      Susan Jane White says “It’s time to nosedive into that apron and baptise this delicious coconut Super 8 yoghurt recipe!  Super 8 Coconut Yoghurt If you’re looking for dairy-free... Read more »