How to Increase Libido the Natural Way

Annie PriceHormone Balance, how to increase libido, labido, libido, Natural Remedies, sex drive, what is libido


Lack of lack of libido is more common in women than men, but it significantly affects both sexes. Research shows that 32 percent of women and 15 percent of men lack the desire to have sex regularly. (1) Whether you’re on the lower or higher end of the age spectrum, a low libido can strike at any year of your life for … Read More

4 Need-to-Know Facts from Dr. Quillin’s Talk on Cancer-Fighting Foods

Leah ZerbeCancer, cancer-fighting foods, dr. quillen, dr. quillen cancer, Immune System, Nutrition, patrick quillen, the truth about cancer


Patrick Quillen, PhD, CNS, RD, author of Beating Cancer with Nutrition, recently presented a session on nutrition and cancer during The Truth About Cancer’s Ultimate Live Symposium. There, he shared some interesting facts about the healing power of nutrition and natural cancer treatments, including many facts you won’t hear about in conventional medicine doctor’s offices. Dr. Quillin is an internationally recognized … Read More

Antioxidant-Loaded Purple Potatoes: The Healthy, Versatile Carb

Kyra Oliverblue potatoes, Digestive Health, Healthy Recipes, Nutrition, purple potato, purple potato recipe, purple potatoes, purple sweet potato


If you’re a spud lover but stopped eating potatoes due to their reputation of causing weight gain, you may be in luck. Studies show it could be the potato you choose in addition to how the potato is prepared that make a difference. What about french fries? Well, those fries are six times more likely to cause weight gain if … Read More

The Truth about Swai Fish (Seafood Fraud Is Just the Beginning)

Kissairis MunozBrain Health, is swai fish safe, is swai healthy, Nutrition, swai fish farms, swai health effects, Toxicity, what is swai fish, worst fish


I’m a huge fan of certain types of wild-caught fish. Certain seafood picks land serve as muscle-building protein foods. Some even provide ample doses of healthy fats like omega-3s. But fish often comes with a hefty price tag, which is why consumers are always looking for more affordable options. Consumers are flocking to Swai fish due to its cheap price tag, but there are … Read More

Top 11 Uses & Benefits of Marigolds, Including for the Skin, Eyes & More

Jillian BabcockArticles, calendula officinalis, Immune System, marigold, marigold flower, marigold flowers, marigolds, Natural Remedies


You’ve likely seen brightly orange-colored marigolds in flower or vegetable gardens many times before, but did you know that certain species of marigold flowers actually have many impressive health benefits as well? A particular species of marigold flower, Calendula officinalis (commonly just called calendula or “pot marigold”), is used to make healing herbal ointments, teas, tinctures and topical treatments that have been in … Read More

Do Biologics Offer New Hope for Alzheimer’s Disease?

Kissairis Munozbiological drugs, biological medicine, biological treatment, biologics, Brain Health


Traditionally, treating a disease or condition went something like this: you had symptoms. You were diagnosed with a condition by your doctor and then together, you searched for its origin and tried to figure out how best to treat it. But what if you could turn that idea on its head and instead, figure out how to use genetic variations … Read More

Erythritol: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly with This Common Sweetener

Annie PriceDigestive Health, erythritol, erythritol dangers, erythritol side effects, is erythritol safe, Non-GMO, Nutrition, Toxicity, what is erythritol


Erythritol is a sugar alcohol like xylitol that I’ve spoken about before in my article titled “The 5 Worst Artificial Sweeteners.” A lot of people think it’s awesome because it decreases the amount of sugar and calories in what they’re consuming. You’ll commonly find it as an ingredient in low-sugar and sugar-free foods, but there are some very concerning and common erythritol side effects — even … Read More

Sick of Kale? Then Try These 25 Kale Recipes!

Kissairis MunozHealthy Recipes


Because of kale’s emergence in the past several years as a superfood and must-have ingredient in cafes throughout the country, the leafy green has become something of a punchline. But trendy or not, the health benefits of kale can’t be overstated. It has a whopping 684 percent of your daily recommended value of vitamin K and it’s full of vitamins … Read More

Herbal Medicine Benefits & the Top Medicinal Herbs More People Are Using

Christine BabcockAnti-Aging, Brain Health, Essential Oils, herbal medicine, herbal remedies, herbalist, herbs, natural medicine, Natural Remedies


Did you know that about 25 percent of the drugs prescribed worldwide are derived from plants? Of the 252 drugs in the World Health Organization’s essential medicine list, 11 percent are exclusively of plant origin. In fact, about 200 years ago the first pharmacological compound, morphine, was produced from opium extracted from the seed pods of the poppy flower. Since then, … Read More

The SlimFast Diet: Why It’s Bad for You + What’s Better

Kissairis Munozdoes slimfast work, slimfast, slimfast diet review, slimfast shakes, Toxicity, Weight Loss


Imagine a diet where you can magically slurp on drinks that leave you feeling full, so that you can enjoy a healthy, well-balanced meal later in the day. You’ll sneak in a few snacks, lose weight quickly, feel great and you’ll never struggle with the scale again. Sounds nice, doesn’t it? That’s the fantasy that diet food giant SlimFast is peddling. … Read More

4 Good Reasons Not to Eat Seitan

Annie PriceDigestive Health, Heart Disease, Nutrition, seitan, seitan recipes, tempeh, vital wheat gluten, what is tempeh


Often called “wheat protein,” “wheat meat” or “wheat gluten,” seitan (pronounced say-tahn) has a look and texture shockingly similar to meat when it’s cooked, and its alternative namesakes are quite fitting since it’s made from gluten, the main protein found in wheat. Most of the commonly consumed meat substitutes are made from soy, but seitan does not contain any soy whatsoever. Are you still wondering: … Read More

Narcissistic Personality Disorder: How to Deal with Family, Friends & Co-Workers Showing Symptoms

Leah ZerbeBrain Health, Depression


The terms narcissist and narcissistic personality disorder are thrown around rather loosely today. While a touch of self-centeredness, need for admiration or difficulty being criticized may seem narcissistic, it doesn’t necessarily warrant a diagnosis of true narcissistic personality disorder. (And here’s an important point to remember: Narcissism is not the same as confidence.) But when traits of being self-centered, egotistical … Read More

6 Major PRP Treatment Benefits, Including for Pain, Injury & Arthritis

Jillian BabcockArticles, Natural Remedies, platelet rich plasma, PRP, prp for hair loss, prp injection, prp therapy


Have you heard about platelet-rich plasma yet? If you deal with pain, arthritis or injuries, then you’re going to want to read up about this revolutionary procedure. Commonly referred to as PRP, it’s used in prolotherapy treatments for wound and soft tissue healing. PRP treatments work by supplying injured areas with natural proteins, cytokines, stem cells and other bioactive growth … Read More

Jackfruit: 5 Remarkable Benefits of the World’s Largest Tree Fruit

Kyra OliverCancer, Digestive Health, green fruit, Heart Disease, Immune System, jackfruit, jackfruit recipes, jackfruit tree, Nutrition, Superfoods, what is jackfruit


If I gave you 10 guesses on which fruit is the largest tree fruit in the world, do you think you could get the answer? Well, if the jackfruit wasn’t on the tip of your tongue, or among your top 10 guesses, you can be forgiven, but the jackfruit is the largest tree fruit in the world, reaching up to … Read More

Emu Oil Benefits Skin & Treats Skin Conditions Naturally

Christine BabcockAnti-Aging, blue emu, blue emu cream, blue emu oil, Digestive Health, emu oil, emu oil benefits, Essential Oils, Health & Beauty, Immune System


We’ve heard about the powerful therapeutic properties of fish oil before, but did you know that oils derived from birds can also be beneficial? Emu oil is made up of essential fatty acids, like omega-3s, and it naturally reduces inflammation and treats skin conditions, among many other incredible benefits. In fact, a 2012 study conducted in Australia found that emu … Read More

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11 Best Hangover Foods (Tested Methods)

Pierre Van ZylBest Hangover Foods, blog, Hangover Foods, health


After a night of heavy drinking, googling “How long do hangovers last?â€� and regretting not drinking more water may be your go-to activities. After all, there’s no real cure for a hangover once it’s set in, is there? Though time may be the only thing that will make you feel completely human again, there are actually […]

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