Fight Ulcers With Arugula

Arugula is a plant that has been eaten for centuries. According to ancient roman history arugula was considered an aphrodisiac during the first century, especially when combined with other plants such as dill and lavender. Read More

Eat Right to Sleep Tight

By Ellen Kamhi PhD, RN, AHN-BC, AHG and Lynn AllisonThe right food at the right time can get you ready for a good night’s sleep. Can’t sleep through the night? If you find yourself tossing Read More

The Cayenne Cure

By Meghan Rabbit Move the black pepper aside. Cayenne’s got a lot more flavor—and does more for your health than you might imagine. Malcolm Taw, MD, assistant clinical professor at the UCLA Center for East-West Read More

The Downside of Protein Loading

Should I worry about eating too much protein? If you’re not pumping up your intake, you don’t have much to worry about. The American Dietetic Association recommends 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body Read More

Healing Power of Flowers

By Vonalda Utterback, CNWhether as bouquets in our homes and offices or blooming in our gardens, flowers have a wondrous ability to bring joy and rejuvenation simply by their presence in our lives. While their Read More

Kale Juice vs Beet Juice? Both?

I suspect you’re pretty much like me–no one has to tell you the importance of eating healthy. I’m pretty grateful. Eating healthy pretty much saved my life. But still there are days when I’m just sick of Read More

Juice to Cure Your Diabetes

Inside of every ones blood there are sugar levels that need to be at certain amounts each day and all day. When the amount of blood sugar is low in some one they can experience Read More

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