New studies confirm we need both UVA and UVB sunshine. Research finds UVA rays reduce blood pressure and aid moods. UVB produces best form of vitamin D. Time to reconsider our sunscreen use.
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Recently Olympians and other athletes have been seen with Cupping marks, including Michael Phelps. Is Cupping useful for treating serious medical conditions? Clinical evidence shows at least 33 medical conditions can be treated with Cupping.
Research is now confirming natural remedies for diabetes, high blood pressure and high levels of “bad” cholesterol – in the form of sesame oil and rice bran oil. Learn the facts about these safe natural alternatives.
Beets improve blood vessel function and reduce blood pressure. They also contain many antioxidants and nutrients. Can’t beat nature.
Turns out that Hatha Yoga is not simply a good form of exercise. Recent research finds it boosts the body’s levels of antioxidants, lowers blood pressure in hypertensive people and lowers the risk of diabetes by improving blood sugar control.
We all knew raisins were healthy. But now we find they reduce blood pressure and reduce the risk of diabetes and obesity.
International researchers have now confirmed that walking in the forest – compared to walking in an urban setting – produces medicinal and anti-anxiety benefits similar to those reached with meditation.
New research is finding that the humble yarrow plant – considered a roadside weed in many areas – has the ability to calm nerves, reduce liver and kidney infections, and provide potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.
New research finds that flaxseeds reduce hypertension and decrease cardiovascular disease risk. Turns out these benefits are related to flax lignans.
Recent research from the University of Toronto has confirmed that even short-term use of cinnamon can significantly reduce blood pressure – especially among those who are prediabetic or type-2 diabetic.
Several recent studies have proven that beetroot increases not only endurance and stamina, but also increase athletic performance.
Multiple studies over the past year, including one recently, have shown that eating a diet rich in a particular plant nutrient reduces the risk of heart attacks and lowers blood pressure.
Two recent studies have shown that diets that are high in plant-based omega-3s and monounsaturated fats lead to significant reductions of heart disease, metabolic syndrome and obesity.
Dandelion is one of the most well known traditional herbs for all sorts of ailments that involve toxicity within the blood, liver, kidneys, lymphatic system and urinary tract.