Caraway Seeds Support Weight Loss, Blood Sugar & More

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

MAPLE SEA SALT LATTE

This post was originally published on this siteWe are hunkered down in a snow storm this weekend! Snowy and slow weekends are one of my favourite things (if I have nowhere to go and nothing pressing to do–just to clarify). I stocked up the groceries, grabbed my storm chips (essential!), pulled my proper winter boots … Read moreMAPLE SEA SALT LATTE

Impossible Burger: Is It Good or Bad for You?

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?

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?

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.

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

OMAD: The Latest Intermittent Fasting Trend For Calmed Inflammation + Increased Longevity

This post was originally published on this siteHow one meal a day can improve your health. The post OMAD: The Latest Intermittent Fasting Trend For Calmed Inflammation + Increased Longevity appeared first on Dr. Will Cole.

5 Ways to Naturally Care for a Laceration (Plus, When to See a Doctor)

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)

15 Simple Health Boosters (2 Minutes or Less!)

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!)

President Trump: Athletes Thrive on Beans, Not Big Macs

This post was originally published on this sitePresident Trump: Athletes Thrive on Beans, Not Big Macs Jeff Surak Tue, 01/15/2019 – 15:02 Author President – Neal Barnard, M.D., F.A.C.C. Featured Image trump-burgers.png Summary President Trump’s cholesterol-packed buffet for the Clemson Tigers at the White House featured an artery-clogging line-up from McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Burger King, and … Read morePresident Trump: Athletes Thrive on Beans, Not Big Macs

Oven Baked Coffee Barbecue Pork Ribs (Keto & Paleo)

This post was originally published on this site Skip To RecipeThese Oven Baked Coffee Barbecue Pork Ribs are the perfect dead-of-winter main dish to cook up on a lazy … The post Oven Baked Coffee Barbecue Pork Ribs (Keto & Paleo) appeared first on Lexi’s Clean Kitchen.

Weekly Health Quiz: Iron, Cooking Oils and Back Pain

This post was originally published on this site 1 Which of the following cooking oils is harmful and should be avoided to safeguard your health? Coconut oil Olive oil Canola oil Vegetable oils such as canola and corn oil are highly damaging and should be avoided to safeguard your health. Healthy cooking oils include coconut … Read moreWeekly Health Quiz: Iron, Cooking Oils and Back Pain

6 Expert Tips for Healthier Skin In Winter

This post was originally published on this site The chilly season is not your skin’s best friend; one look at dull, flakey skin proves this point, but what would you say if we told you that winter no longer has to be your skin’s enemy? Would you embrace all the season has to offer and … Read more6 Expert Tips for Healthier Skin In Winter

Your Guide for Growing Okra

This post was originally published on this site Okra (Hibiscus esculentus) is a unique, annual vegetable from the same family as the hollyhock. It is usually the color of fresh corn husks, has the shape of a spike and the texture of a grooved cucumber. When sliced, it may remind you of a tiny star … Read moreYour Guide for Growing Okra

How to Prevent Parkinson’s Disease with Diet and Lifestyle

This post was originally published on this site Unfortunately, the conventional treatments available for Parkinson’s disease are limited to surgical interventions and medications that come with numerous side effects. But a growing body of research indicates that there are many modifiable risk factors associated with the condition, providing us with clues as to what measures … Read moreHow to Prevent Parkinson’s Disease with Diet and Lifestyle

Spondylosis Causes, Symptoms + 3 Natural Treatments

This post was originally published on this site Although “spondylosis” isn’t exactly a household word, the prevalence of this degenerative disease is quite common. In fact, it’s estimated that more than 200,000 Americans suffer from one form of spondylosis or another. While there is no known cure, natural treatment options are readily available. Fortunately, just … Read moreSpondylosis Causes, Symptoms + 3 Natural Treatments

Antibiotics Linked to Fatal Heart Condition

This post was originally published on this siteResearch shows your body’s microbiome has nearly 39 trillion bacteria.1 During early years, your family, dietary intake and environmental exposure contribute to the variety in your microbiome, influencing your lifelong health. Everyday activities such as brushing your teeth, eating, kissing someone or handling a family pet also affect … Read moreAntibiotics Linked to Fatal Heart Condition

Replace Dangerous Oils With Healthy Fats

This post was originally published on this site 30 Tips in 30 Days Designed to Help You Take Control of Your Health This article is included in Dr. Mercola’s All-Time Top 30 Health Tips series. Every day during the month of January, a new tip will be added that will help you take control of … Read moreReplace Dangerous Oils With Healthy Fats

Daily Walks May Decrease Severity of First Time Strokes

This post was originally published on this siteA new study based on Swedish stroke registries suggests adults who participate in light to moderate physical activity may have less severe strokes than their physically inactive peers. The researchers recommended at least four hours of walking or two to three hours of swimming a week as a … Read moreDaily Walks May Decrease Severity of First Time Strokes