Dry, brittle, and cracked nails happen for a variety of reasons, many of which have to do with your daily habits. These are some natural remedies for cracked, brittle nails.
Research has shown that curcumin in turmeric spice is a potent anti-inflammatory agent, metabolic syndrome fix, and cancer prevention nutrient. Although more research is needed to solidify the promising health benefits of turmeric in the human body, it holds more potential than pretty much any other spice on the market.
The artichoke is one of the oldest cultivated plants on the planet. Ancient Ethiopians and Egyptians grew them, and ancient Greeks and Romans considered them to be a valuable digestive aid. In the 16th century, southern Europeans believed artichokes were meant only to be consumed by the rich and royal. In modern times, we have…
From the seeds to the juice, the fruit, and the oil, each and every part of a pomegranate is beneficial to your health. But during certain times of year and in certain geographic regions, pomegranates can be difficult to find in grocery store produce sections. If keeping a constant supply of the fruit in your kitchen is a challenge, consider picking up a bottle of our Pomegranate 500 mg capsules, which include every part of the pomegranate fruit. We freeze-dry this mixture and ground it into fine powder, using no chemicals, solvents, or fillers throughout the entire process.
It’s easy to get caught up in the consumerism craze of the holiday season, but all that excess takes its toll on the environment year after year. Start your year off on the right foot by learning to live a little more naturally every day. With minimal effort, you can start living greener on a daily basis, and actually start saving money too!
Whether you work in an office, have kids, or even take an occasional shopping trip, it can be difficult staying healthy during the winter months. There are countless natural and un-natural methods to boost your immune system, but we’ve found Beta Glucan to be one of the most promising.
There are few things more soothing when you’re sick or during a cold winter’s day than a warm cup of tea. Although tea is a big business today, it has been revered for its health benefits since ancient times. Other than water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world – and for good reason.
If you’re anything like 37 million other Americans, you may be suffering from sinus irritations around this time of year. Sinuses are the internal hollow spaces behind the eyebrows, in the cheekbones, behind the nose, and between the eyes. The function of sinuses is to condition inhaled air with mucous and other natural secretions before it reaches your lungs. Acute sinus irritations, which are usually caused by viral respiratory infections, go away after a week or two on their own or after treatment with antibiotics or decongestants.
There’s a common misconception that organic foods are always more expensive and difficult to fit into the average grocery budget. However, many savvy consumers have found ways to cut toxins and hormones out of their diets without breaking the bank.
Perhaps you remember your mother scolding you for eating your food too fast and not chewing “enough” times as a child. Well, new medical research has shown that in this case, mom really did know best. According to a newly published study, you likely consume fewer calories during meals when you eat slowly and chew your food more thoroughly.