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  • This Garlic Ginger Soup has Magic Healing Properties Read more >

    This Garlic Ginger Soup has Magic Healing Properties

    Did you ever wish there was a natural alternative to your annual flu shot? We’ve found one! It’s garlic soup, made with 52 cloves of garlic, ginger, onions, thyme and lemon. It destroys almost any virus you are likely to encounter, including colds, flu and even the norovirus. Garlic is well-known as an antiviral because […]

  • This Ancient Spice Protects Your Brain as You Age Read more >

    This Ancient Spice Protects Your Brain as You Age

    One of the most frightening possibilities to contemplate is losing your memory and your cognitive ability. Unfortunately, that will be a reality for many Americans. By the time we turn 68, one in eight of us will have this experience, and by age 80, the number will rise to one in two. Despite the efforts […]

  • What Dandelion Root Does for Your Immune System Read more >

    What Dandelion Root Does for Your Immune System

    Dandelion has been used for healing for thousands of years. But the most powerful benefit to have been discovered by medical researchers is its potential to cure cancer. We now know this powerful root boosts the immune system, and can cure prostate, lung and other cancers better, in some cases, than chemotherapy. Dr. Carolyn Hamm […]

  • Change Your Diet and Starve Cancer Cells Read more >

    Change Your Diet and Starve Cancer Cells

    Our bodies always have some malignant cells, but most of the time they are controlled by our immune systems. As we’ve seen, however, cancer rates have risen. The causes range from environmental to emotional. But diet is certainly a factor, and you have more control over the development of cancer than you may realize. In […]

  • What’s Wrong with the Staff of Life? Read more >

    What’s Wrong with the Staff of Life?

    Traditionally, wheat bread has been seen as a foundational food, the “staff of life.” But today’s wheat is different, genetically and biologically, than the wheat used prior to the 1960s. Previous generations used to consume ancient varieties of wheat such as Emmer, Einkorn and Kamut. Today’s bread is made from high-yield dwarf wheat, a product […]

  • 9 Steps to Healthy Eating Read more >

    9 Steps to Healthy Eating

    Nutrition is the cornerstone of your health. Whether you are hoping to lose weight, bring down your blood pressure, or simply gain energy for your daily life, healthy eating is your path to success. Fortunately, eating better is really pretty simple.

  • 6 Vitamins Every Woman Must Have Read more >

    6 Vitamins Every Woman Must Have

    The health needs of women are different than those of men. That is probably because women’s bodies are designed to support not just one life, but two or more. Even when women aren’t pregnant, or breastfeeding, their bodies have special nutritional requirements. There are 7 vitamins that are critical for women’s health: 1 – Vitamin […]

  • 4 Breakfast Mistakes – and What You Should Eat Read more >

    4 Breakfast Mistakes – and What You Should Eat

    Some people love breakfast, while for others it’s just a necessary chore. Either way, you know breakfast is your opportunity to load up on nutrition that will carry you through the day. If you miss that opportunity, you will move through your day sleepy, hungry, and moody, without the brainpower you need to make good […]

  • Scientists Seek to Understand Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Read more >

    Scientists Seek to Understand Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

    Fred Friedberg, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Stony Brook University School of Medicine, is also President of the International Association for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. CFS is a bewildering disorder that affects a million people in the United States, and millions more around the world. Dr. Friedberg has received a four-year, $1.5 million grant […]

  • Try This Protein-Packed, Refreshing Summer Salad Read more >

    Try This Protein-Packed, Refreshing Summer Salad

    Now that summer is almost here, we’re ready for a shift to cooler clothes and refreshing foods. It’s time to bring out the grill and plan some gatherings with family and friends. Here’s a recipe that’s perfect for the Fourth of July, or any weekend party. This Tomato, Cucumber and Salmon Bites Salad with Grilled […]

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