New research finds that MSM and Boswellia reduce pain and increase mobility for osteoarthritis patients – beating glucosamine sulfate for effectiveness.
Hatha Yoga has the unique distinction of being able to boost joint health and decrease osteoarthritis pain, according to new research.
Turns out that enzymes produced by our body’s natural probiotics break down gluten proteins into harmless amino acids. That is, unless you have dysbiosis.
Women’s breasts contain many species of bacteria. The breasts can also harbor bacteria that are linked to breast cancer, new research finds.
Research establishes that the Fenugreek medicinal herb can significantly boost estrogen levels and reduce vasomotor and other symptoms of menopause.
Multiple studies have now confirmed that vinegar will immediately reduce blood sugar and decrease insulin resistance, thus improving or helping prevent type-2 diabetes.
So you think the Western diet isn’t so bad? Turns out the Western diet shortens telomere length, which means early cell death and early mortality.
Clinical research has confirmed that probiotics and prebiotics can significantly reduce blood glucose levels, reducing the risk of type-2 diabetes and metabolic disease.
Pharmaceuticals relieve pain, but often at a cost. They can cause gastrointestinal problems and some also cause heart problems. Learn about the safer COX-inhibiting, pain relieving herb Derris scandens for muscle and joint pain.
Are you worried about getting Alzheimer’s disease? Or perhaps you believe you are showing some signs of memory loss? New book exposes the real causes and natural solutions for the most dreaded form of dementia.
As antidepressant use continues to skyrocket, St. John’s Wort proves it can safely treat depression as well as antidepressants with fewer side effects. Find out more about this effective medical herb for mood disorders.
Gingko biloba has been used for brain health and neurological conditions for centuries. Research is now confirming that Ginkgo can treat children with ADHD – even those currently on medication.
Clinicians and researchers are finding that dried plums offer a blend of nutrients that naturally increase bone density and prevent fractures.
Not all brain training is alike. Many brain training courses don’t even work for reducing dementia. But new research finds one type of brain training does work. Find out what it is and why it reduces dementia risk over at least a ten-year period.