12 Tips for Eating Paleo AIP on a Budget

Are you afraid you can’t do the paleo autoimmune protocol, because it’s too expensive? Or do you simply want to find ways to make your food dollars go farther? Either way, I’ve got you covered with these 12 tips!

Essential Oils That Help With IBS

This post was originally published on this site Got an upset stomach or regular digestion problems? Here are 5 essential oils that can bring relief fast. The post Essential Oils That Help With IBS appeared first on One Green Planet.

Turmeric & Curcumin Benefits: Can This Herb Really Combat Disease?

This post was originally published on this site Turmeric (Curcuma longa), the main spice in the Indian dish curry, is argued by many to be the most powerful herb on the planet at fighting and potentially reversing disease. Turmeric benefits are incredibly vast and very thoroughly researched. Currently, there are over 12,500 peer-reviewed articles published proving turmeric … Read moreTurmeric & Curcumin Benefits: Can This Herb Really Combat Disease?

5 Wellness Destinations To Add To Your Winter Bucket List

If you live in a colder climate, there are few things more rejuvenating than a winter getaway — especially if that place is several degrees warmer than home. And while indulging on vacation can be fun, if you can come back from your January or February getaway having moved a lot and consumed your fair … Read more5 Wellness Destinations To Add To Your Winter Bucket List

Part 1: A Healthy Immune System – 8 Foods To Try

Get more healthy eating tips when you start your free trial of Dr. Weil on Healthy Aging. If you want to help support your immune system, be sure your diet includes plenty of natural vitamin C. This powerful antioxidant plays a central role in the repair and regeneration of tissues, and helps protect cells throughout the … Read morePart 1: A Healthy Immune System – 8 Foods To Try

What is the 16:8 diet? Discover how intermittent fasting can help you lose weight

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) It almost sounds too good to be true: fast for 16 hours per day, eat as usual during the other 8 hours, then watch the weight fall off. But new research suggests that the seemingly simple “16:8” equation – also called, intermittent fasting – really does work. Intermittent … Read moreWhat is the 16:8 diet? Discover how intermittent fasting can help you lose weight

A tale of two toxins

We spend a lot of time worrying about exposure to mercury, lead, bisphenol A, glyphosate and a myriad of environmental toxins. But here are two that you probably don’t know about and may be inadvertently consuming. Transglutaminase: Science News reported this month that,…read more

Is Sustainable Salmon Safe? How Does it Compare to Wild?

This post was originally published on this siteOver the last 10 years or so, the public became aware of the enormous difference in the nutrition of wild salmon compared with farmed varieties. Since up to 90% of the salmon consumed in the United States is farmed, the viability of a very profitable industry was threatened … Read moreIs Sustainable Salmon Safe? How Does it Compare to Wild?

Seasonal Depression: Mood based on rain or shine

This post was originally published on this siteEver heard of the winter blues?? Seasonal depression, also called seasonal affective disorder (SAD), is a type of depression that occurs as the seasons change. This condition is especially active during the months between fall and winter. Summer depression, which is more rare, occurs between the months of … Read moreSeasonal Depression: Mood based on rain or shine

Keto Diet and Diabetes: Do They Work Well Together?

This post was originally published on this site Do a keto diet and diabetes make a perfect match? Some experts and diabetics think so! When you follow a keto diet, your body converts fat, rather than sugar, into energy which may improve blood sugar levels while also reducing the need for insulin. In many ways, a … Read moreKeto Diet and Diabetes: Do They Work Well Together?

The So-Called “Healthy” Foods That Disrupt Blood Sugar + Slow Metabolism

This post was originally published on this siteThe foods that are contributing to blood sugar problems. The post The So-Called “Healthy” Foods That Disrupt Blood Sugar + Slow Metabolism appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

Essential oils for fungal overgrowth

I’ve discussed the extremely important health condition, small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, or SIBO, a number of times, as it is present at epidemic proportions and for the most part not being diagnosed nor managed in conventional doctors’ offices. The Wheat Belly and Undoctored lifestyles provide a powerful start in reversing this condition, but additional steps … Read moreEssential oils for fungal overgrowth

Guide to Matching Herbs and Spices With the Right Veggies

This post was originally published on this site Use this guide on how to match the right herbs and spices with the right vegetables to make your most amazing meals yet! The post Guide to Matching Herbs and Spices With the Right Veggies appeared first on One Green Planet.

Dry, Brittle Fingernails Bugging You? Try This Natural Approach

Weak or brittle nails usually don’t signal any serious medical problem. They are typically caused by excessive exposure to detergents and water. Over-filing and over-buffing nails can also weaken them. Many people report that taking supplemental gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) helps to strengthen nails, as well as improve skin conditions and promote the growth of healthy … Read moreDry, Brittle Fingernails Bugging You? Try This Natural Approach

Why sugar consumption will increase your risk of osteoporosis

This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) Osteoporosis – in which bones become increasingly more brittle and prone to breakage – affects 16 percent of American adults over age 65, with postmenopausal women at increased risk. According to the World Health Organization, this age-related condition poses more of a threat to health than … Read moreWhy sugar consumption will increase your risk of osteoporosis

Moms Offer Free Hugs at Pride Parade for Kids Whose Parents Rejected Them

This post was originally published on this site Did you ever hear that we need four hugs a day for survival, 8 hugs a day for maintenance, and 12 hugs a day for growth? Fortunately, some good-doers at Austin’s Pride Parade are providing hugs to help lift the spirits of young people. People turned out … Read moreMoms Offer Free Hugs at Pride Parade for Kids Whose Parents Rejected Them

The Importance of Health Freedom in a Disease-care System

This post was originally published on this site You probably heard about “healthcare reform” during the last few elections, and you may even remember buzz words being thrown around like “Obamacare, Affordable Care Act, insurance premiums, drug prices, insurance mandate” … the list goes on and on. To anyone who has not been a chronic … Read moreThe Importance of Health Freedom in a Disease-care System

Is chocolate really better than cough medicine?!

This post was originally published on this site All singers know to avoid chocolate before a performance.  When you eat chocolate it can create extra mucus, which is not desirable for singing. However, when you have a cough, it actually helps to coat your throat and soothe irritation that would normally cause you to cough. … Read moreIs chocolate really better than cough medicine?!

Woman Lost 125 Pounds by Making One Tiny Change Week by Week

Weight loss has never been considered a journey for the faint-hearted. Some people would rather resort to surgical fat removal than embark on diets and regular workouts. A survey published on Health.com explains that 2 out of 5 people who embark on diets give up after the first seven days. Another grim statistic is that … Read moreWoman Lost 125 Pounds by Making One Tiny Change Week by Week

Are Meditators Unmotivated Slackers?

Ah, clickbait. It draws you in but so often disappoints. All hat, no cattle, as the Texas saying goes. To wit: A recent New York Times headline blared, “Hey Boss, You Don’t Want Your Employees to Meditate.” The piece is by two business school behavioral scientists, Kathleen Vohs and Andrew Hafenbrack, who conducted research to … Read moreAre Meditators Unmotivated Slackers?

Welcome, Taylor!

This post was originally published on this siteThe Non-GMO Project is excited to welcome Taylor Hansen to the Standards and Verification team as their Quality Assurance Coordinator!   Taylor is a Washington native. She studied Food Science and has a background in production baking, and Quality Control in the fresh berry sector.   She has … Read moreWelcome, Taylor!