This post was originally published on this siteWe’re cooking up 4 delicious healthy chicken salad recipes, which are all made from a yogurt base and are excellent for meal prep. From southwest chicken salad to cranberry chicken salad, you are going to love all 4 of these delicious recipes! Hello my Fit Foodie crew! Grab … Read more4 Healthy Chicken Salad Recipes
This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) 5G wireless technology is coming –ready or not – as corporate giant Amazon partners with Lennar (the nation’s largest home builder) to offer homes with WiFi, according to the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Home Design specifications. The cloud-based Home Design system – which allows voice control of lighting, … Read moreWorld’s first WiFi homes supported by Amazon
This post was originally published on this site Perhaps most well-known as a central ingredient in soda bread and rye, caraway seeds are a powerful spice that bring a mix of flavor, aroma and health benefits to the table. In addition to being high in disease-fighting antioxidants, emerging evidence also shows that caraway seeds may … Read moreCaraway Seeds Support Weight Loss, Blood Sugar & More
This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) There has been yet another death associated with receiving a vaccination. This time the victim is a top UK cancer doctor and researcher who died after being administered the yellow fever vaccine. Martin Gore, 67, has been described by the Duke of Cambridge as an “inspiration.” … Read moreLeading cancer expert suffers total organ failure and dies suddenly after getting vaccination
This post was originally published on this site Popping up on popular social media platforms and restaurant menus around the nation, the Impossible Burger boasts a taste, texture, aroma and appearance nearly identical to a regular hamburger, but with a plant-based and eco-friendly twist. In fact, nearly every recent Impossible Burger review raves about the … Read moreImpossible Burger: Is It Good or Bad for You?
This post was originally published on this site Research of the Week Maternal choline supplementation reduces the impact of Alzheimer’s disease across generations (in rodents). Subtitles are better than dubbing for learning a new language. Computers (and, though not named in the title, smartphones) can really mess up your neck and shoulders if you’re not … Read moreWeekly Link Love—Edition 12
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?
This post was originally published on this siteWhen in doubt, make a pork roast! This Instant Pot Pork Roast recipe has saved the day multiple times when I’ve been in a pinch. Throw a pork shoulder, carrots, and potatoes in the Instant Pot and you have a healthy homemade meal in only 90 minutes. Did … Read moreInstant Pot Pork Roast
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
This post was originally published on this siteAdd some zing to your chicken meatballs and make a homemade kung pao sauce with 100% clean eating ingredients! Everyone will love these Kung Pao Baked Chicken Meatballs either as an appetizer or served over white sticky rice with a vegetable. So I have officially given every reason for … Read moreKung Pao Baked Chicken Meatballs
This post was originally published on this siteStews are perhaps the ultimate comfort and convenience food. Without a lot of prep, you can make a large (leftover-friendly) hearty meal that essentially cooks itself and keeps well. With an Instant Pot, it’s even easier. The original version of this recipe contains chicken (which can definitely still … Read moreInstant Pot Sweet Potato Peanut Stew
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?
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
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
This post was originally published on this site Concern is growing as recent statistics report that the birth rate has been declining for the past seven years. It is also at the lowest level it has been in thirty years. According to population data recently released by the CDC (the Centre for Disease Control and … Read moreCDC Finds Americans Aren’t Having Enough Babies to Replace Ourselves
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
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?!
This post was originally published on this site It’s not a cold or the flu, but one winter sickness comes with warnings from medical professionals. Although seasonal colds and the flu are going around, there is another virus that is making its rounds. For some, they are experiencing a bad cough that won’t go away. The … Read moreBad cough that won’t quit part of winter virus going around
This post was originally published on this siteMen occupy an interesting place in the health sphere. While there’s a disparity—albeit one that’s approaching parity—between men and women in the conventional medical literature, in the alternative health world, it’s flipped. Women are a “special interest” group, and their specific health issues and special considerations related to … Read moreKeto for Men: 6 Tips to Optimize Your Results
This post was originally published on this site If you’ve ever lacerated your skin, you’re already familiar with how unpleasant this occurrence can be, especially if the wound was deep. You may have had bleeding, pain, bruising, swelling or all of the above. Lacerations come in all shapes and sizes and some require urgent medical … Read more5 Ways to Naturally Care for a Laceration (Plus, When to See a Doctor)
This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) For many adults, the word “formaldehyde” may summon up memories of a long-ago biology class – and the noxious-smelling fluid used to preserve the frogs intended for dissection. But this toxic chemical, found in a wide range of everyday products, is actually closer at hand than … Read moreThe dangers of formaldehyde exposure linked to dementia, diabetes and depression
This post was originally published on this site It’s that time of year again. Resolutions are made with the best intentions, and although we usually start off strong with the motivation to make some major changes to our health and lifestyle choices, we tend to divert back to our old ways over time. (Maybe that’s … Read more15 Simple Health Boosters (2 Minutes or Less!)
This post was originally published on this site Americans on average only eat about half the daily recommended amount of fiber. It’s an essential component of the food we eat, and it may help you live longer. In studies, it has been shown to help prevent and fight type 2 diabetes. It has also been shown to help prevent heart … Read moreThe Health Benefits of Adding Fiber To Your Diet
This post was originally published on this site Kerrygold butter has been around for over five decades, and recently, more people in the U.S. are starting to choose it over other brands. The buzz over Kerrygold is quite frantic. The butter is made in Ireland, and that’s where all the major ingredients are purchased from. … Read morePeople Are Going Crazy for Kerrygold Butter
This post was originally published on this site It’s now a significant trend among senior citizens to buy cute tiny homes for their post-retirement years. Not RVs, but tiny wooden structures sometimes put up on wheels as an alternative to assisted living. These homes make it easy for elderly people to cope on their own. … Read moreSeniors Are Buying Tiny Homes to Live Their Golden Years Off the Grid
This post was originally published on this site A lot of people would wonder why any elderly person would bother with weight loss. Really, aren’t they supposed to be relaxing and not stressing themselves out in their golden years? Well, they’re about to be re-schooled by Jessica Slaughter, an 86-year-old grandmother from St Louis, Missouri. … Read more86-Year-Old Woman Loses 120 Pounds by Walking in Her Living Room Every Day
This post was originally published on this siteFor this week’s Dear Mark, I’m answering a question from a reader about a topic I thought I’d covered (so did they) already. A quick look through the archives (hey, I can’t remember absolutely everything I ever wrote) showed that I had not, so here we go. It’s … Read moreDear Mark: How Do Fermented Food and Meat Interact?
This post was originally published on this site (NaturalHealth365) We’ve all heard about the link between chronic stress and poor physical health. But, now, research out of Pennsylvania State University in State College has found a direct correlation between negative emotions and increased inflammation in the body. Simply put, these negative emotions – over time … Read moreNegative emotions found to increase inflammation, study reveals
This post was originally published on this site It’s Monday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to publish … Read moreNine Doctors Couldn’t Help Me
This post was originally published on this site There are a lot of theories on how personalities are formed. While most of this information is interesting, it’s not really based on science. We all know there are four types of blood: A, B, AB, and O. What makes type O blood so special? Historically, it … Read moreWhy Are People With Blood Type O So Special?