Health Benefits of Passion Fruit

Passion fruit, also known as granadilla, is more readily available in supermarkets across the country today than in the past but, visually, although they’re unquestionably exotic, they’re rather unimportant looking. The exterior is rather like a hairless kiwi and a small grapefruit, but it’s when you cut the fruit in half that it gets really … Read moreHealth Benefits of Passion Fruit

Make your family happy

Our L reuteri yogurt triggers your hypothalamus to release oxytocin, the hormone of empathy and connectedness. People who consume the yogurt are reporting getting along better with partners, spouses, and family members, feeling more empathetic and closer. I therefore encourage everyone to make the yogurt and share with the family and other people who you … Read moreMake your family happy

Release and Let Go: 12 Ways to Declutter Your Life

This post was originally published on this site Letting go of items releases stagnant energy and welcomes in new, fresh energy into your space so you can feel more relaxed and at peace in your home. The post Release and Let Go: 12 Ways to Declutter Your Life appeared first on One Green Planet.

5 Migraine Triggers Plus 3 Tips for Natural Relief

I’ve got some good news for the estimated 36 million people in the U.S. who experience migraines. After working with patients for the last decade and seeing many with migraines, I have identified five common triggers and three easy, natural ways to overcome them. If you’ve ever experienced a migraine, you know it’s MUCH different … Read more5 Migraine Triggers Plus 3 Tips for Natural Relief

Are You Getting Enough Vitamin C? 3 Reasons You Need It

This tip is courtesy of the new and improved Weil Vitamin Advisor. Visit today for your free, personalized supplement plan! Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and an essential nutrient, meaning our bodies cannot make it and we must obtain it via food or supplementation. Specifically, vitamin C: Plays a central role in the repair and … Read moreAre You Getting Enough Vitamin C? 3 Reasons You Need It

How Your Subconscious Can Improve Your Health and Change Your Life

In this interview, Mike Dow, Psy.D., and author of “Your Subconscious Brain Can Change Your Life: Overcome Obstacles, Heal Your Body, and Reach Any Goal with a Revolutionary Technique,” reveals how tapping into your subconscious through a modern form of hypnosis can help you heal mind, body and soul. “Most meditation is alpha. Hypnosis takes … Read moreHow Your Subconscious Can Improve Your Health and Change Your Life

Our Food Is Killing the Planet — But It Doesn’t Have To

By John R. Platt The world needs to change the way it eats, not just as individuals but as a society. That’s the message from a groundbreaking report issued last month by the EAT-Lancet Commission, which made a series of societal recommendations to help the world’s ever-increasing human population ensure its food security in the … Read moreOur Food Is Killing the Planet — But It Doesn’t Have To

Is Store-Bought Microwave Popcorn Unhealthy?

Popcorn can be a healthful snack, as it is a good source of fiber and relatively low in calories. However, if you want to partake in this movie-watching favorite, steer clear of microwave popcorn. Not only are most microwavable varieties loaded with artificial flavors, sodium and unhealthy fat, but they can expose you to chemicals … Read moreIs Store-Bought Microwave Popcorn Unhealthy?

Marigolds Can Brighten up Your Life With Their Various Health Benefits

This post was originally published on this site Table of Contents Get These 5 Potential Health Benefits From Marigolds How Can You Use Marigolds? Here Are 3 Ways Marigolds Add Color Not Just to Your Garden but Your Health, Too Try These Delicious and Healthy Marigold Recipes Make Your Own Calendula Oil Infusion With These … Read moreMarigolds Can Brighten up Your Life With Their Various Health Benefits

President Trump’s Obesity Is Symptom of National Emergency

President Trump’s Obesity Is Symptom of National Emergency Michael Keevican Fri, 02/15/2019 – 18:46 Author Medical Director – James F. Loomis Jr., M.D., M.B.A. Featured Image healthy-unhealthy-food.jpg Summary The results of President Trump’s annual physical exam are in: He is obese. He also has elevated cholesterol and evidence of heart disease. Of course, the president … Read morePresident Trump’s Obesity Is Symptom of National Emergency

Hyperthyroidism vs. Hypothyroidism: How to Tell the Difference

Thyroid problems can affect anyone of any age from infancy to the latest years of life. According to the American Thyroid Association, over 12 percent of the U.S. population will develop a thyroid condition at some point. Currently, an estimated 20 million Americans have a form of thyroid disease and as many as 60 percent of those … Read moreHyperthyroidism vs. Hypothyroidism: How to Tell the Difference

How to Pursue Your Passion

When we truly look at our lives, even the messy, uncomfortable, shameful parts, we are able to move on and discover what brings us joy. That’s what my guest on this week’s episode of The Doctor’s Farmacy is all about. Lisa Lampanelli went from famous comedian with a food addiction to life-coach specializing in food … Read moreHow to Pursue Your Passion

Weekly Link Love—Edition 16

This post was originally published on this site Research of the Week Stimulating the vagus nerve helps PTSD. Exercise has a stronger effect on cognitive function in older men than older women (who already had better function at baseline). Estrogen controls type 2 diabetes. Small teams of scientists disrupt ideas, larger teams develop ideas. AIs … Read moreWeekly Link Love—Edition 16

5 Vegan Foodies to Follow on Instagram

Over the past few years, it seems vegan cooking has gone from ‘brown rice and tofu’ to a true art form. These amazing cooks show off the creations on Instagram—and we can’t get enough. Sweet Potato Soul @sweetpotatosoul   Jenné Claiborne on Instagram: “Enfrijoladas stuffed with plantains and topped with coconut “cheese” and Chickpea chorizo from … Read more5 Vegan Foodies to Follow on Instagram

Types of Date Syrup. Which Tastes and Bakes Best?

This post was originally published on this siteI consider myself a bit of a date syrup connoisseur. In the spring when the pollen is thick, it is the only sweetener I use (besides local raw honey, which helps some people with seasonal allergies). Any other whole food sweetener, including maple syrup and coconut sugar, Read … Read moreTypes of Date Syrup. Which Tastes and Bakes Best?

7 Sneaky Animal Ingredients to Watch Out For in Supplements

This post was originally published on this site Unless you’re buying exclusively vegan vitamins, you’ll more than likely see one of the following animal ingredients in at least one of the supplements you’re taking. The post 7 Sneaky Animal Ingredients to Watch Out For in Supplements appeared first on One Green Planet.

Are You Allergic To Your Jewelry? See What May Be The Cause

If you develop a rash or itchiness when wearing jewelry, you are likely allergic to the metals in the jewelry, in particular, nickel. Nickel – a component of metal alloys found in jewelry – is a common allergen that is becoming more prevalent as nickel is used in jewelry, eyeglass frames, zippers, belt buckles and … Read moreAre You Allergic To Your Jewelry? See What May Be The Cause

My favorite healthy eating and weight loss app for the Wheat Belly Lifestyle

It can sometimes be overwhelming to begin a new way of eating, or as we say, “woe.” The Wheat Belly lifestyle, my grain-free and low-carb, high-fat nutrition plan, can take time and practice. But I say “Time well spent!” The Wheat Belly lifestyle has been shown to improve insulin sensitivity and reduce inflammation. It also … Read moreMy favorite healthy eating and weight loss app for the Wheat Belly Lifestyle

Claiming Freedom

  Laura has been using the Dynamic Neural Retraining System to recover from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Food Sensitivities, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, and Lyme Disease. Laura first began to notice she was developing symptoms associated with limbic system impairment in 2016.  She recalls, “It began with a bladder infection that didn’t go away. I took … Read moreClaiming Freedom

Eat More Broccoli (Including the Stems): It can help prevent heart attack, cancer, constipation, and much more!

This post was originally published on this site It turns out the love-it-or-hate-it cruciferous veggie that’s prevented countless young children from earning their dessert has an extensive amount of health benefits. Don’t limit broccoli’s merit to just the head- broccoli stalks, leaves, and sprouts are not to be taken lightly. The next time you see … Read moreEat More Broccoli (Including the Stems): It can help prevent heart attack, cancer, constipation, and much more!

Reasons Why Your Legs Cramp Up At Night and How to Fix It

Waking up to sudden, painful muscle spasms in your leg isn’t only uncomfortable, the effects of interrupted sleep can often lead to feeling more stressed, having less energy, and not being at your best in general. Explore the most common causes of nocturnal leg cramps (sudden painful muscle cramps that occur while sleeping or during … Read moreReasons Why Your Legs Cramp Up At Night and How to Fix It