A recent meta-analysis of 96 studies shows that plant-based diets could save hundreds of thousands of lives every year from heart disease and cancer. Another study shows that children with heart disease also benefit from a plant-based diet.
Latest Research from Heal Naturally
Premenstrual pain is reduced by Ginger – even matching the pain-relieving potency of two popular NSAIDs used for menstruation pain. Turns out that Ginger also helps with mood changes too.
Strenuous exercise is extremely healthy, but muscle recovery is critical. Research now finds the special carotene astaxanthin significantly speeds muscle recovery.
Most accept that air pollution causes lung-related conditions like asthma and allergies. Turns out that air pollution causes other cancers, including breast cancer.
Dropping a few pounds will significantly reduce our risk of getting osteoarthritis. For those who already have it, dropping some weight will also reduce symptoms and increase mobility. Get the specifics of how many pounds and how much difference it makes.
Sunshine isn’t toxic, nor is it just about getting a tan. And it’s also not just about vitamin D. Among other benefits, research finds sunshine also decreases a child’s risk of asthma when mom gets enough of it.
Seasonal allergies – or hay fever – are dreaded during spring and summertime. Research finds that aromatherapy with the essential oils of certain tree resins helps relieve allergy symptoms.
What we eat can really make a difference in reducing our cancer risk. New research finds that cancer incidence is reduced by foods high in zinc and iron.
Most of us will have macular degeneration as we age. But we can slow this process and even prevent it with certain dietary strategies. Learn how spinach and other foods and supplements can prevent the leading cause of blindness.
Carrots are sweet and colorful. They can also help us beat two of the most prevalent cancers – prostate and stomach cancer. Find out how surprisingly few carrots you need to eat, and what makes carrots so special.
Positional vertigo – benign paroxysmal positional vertigo or BPPV – is often treated with medications or patients being told they have to live with it. Exercise maneuvers that can be done at home are now proven to cure vertigo.
Drug-induced Parkinson’s is only one of the possible side effects of antipsychotic meds. New research finds an ancient herbal medicine reverses Drug-induced Parkinson’s and treats a number of other mental conditions, including schizophrenia and dementia.
Fecal transplants are gaining attention by doctors and those with intestinal issues. But along with probiotic microbes other things are also transplanted with fecal transplants. Learn the latest about the side effects of transferring poop from one person to another.
New research finds that vitamin C protects against and decreases the development of cataracts. This is not synthetic ascorbic acid mind you – it is dietary vitamin C. Learn the difference between vitamin C and ascorbic acid.