Protein Powders vs Meal Replacement Supplements: What’s the Difference?
March 16 2018
With protein available in so many different forms like tubs of powder, pre-mixed in the supplement aisle, inside protein bars and the like, there’s a lot of confusion about whether or not these products can be used in place of meals. Some people wonder when it’s appropriate to use them at all. If you’re one of these people, let’s investigate.
April 26 2017
Natural products to help kick the smoking habit
You’ve heard it before, but to put it simply, if you want good health, you must stop smoking!
Benefits of Using Natural Shampoo
September 14 2017
Except for the follicle, your hair is basically dead. So does it really matter if your shampoo contains chemicals and other toxins?
Do You Have A Leaky Gut?
August 25 2017
The term “leaky gut” has been used by holistic practitioners for several decades. This term is controversial with many conventional medical doctors as leaky gut is not something routinely taught to physicians in medical school. If you ask your doctor information about leaky gut, chances are she will not know what you’re referring to.
Alternative Eating Lifestyles
September 26 2017
Many different eating styles have become popular lately, so it can be tricky to tell them apart. Each eating lifestyle comes with its own unique health benefits, but they all have different sets of rules. Keep reading to learn more about how the raw food, vegan, vegetarian, paleo and gluten-free eating lifestyles work and discover a new favorite recipe.
Teas for Cold and Flu Support
October 31 2017
Herbal teas can help relieve flu and cold symptoms.
Hot tea is a popular beverage during cold weather on account of its warmth, flavor, and aroma. Hot tea can also help relieve the aches and pains of the flu and boost the immune system. Many teas that are tailored for consumption in cold weather contain ingredients that can ease breathing and soothe a sore throat.
April 26 2017
Remedies for sinus congestion, bronchitis, asthma, and COPD
15 Natural Ways to Avoid a Urinary Tract Infection
February 19 2018
Urinary Tract Infections, or UTIs as they are commonly called, are more common in women than men. In the United States, almost 500,000 people are admitted to the hospital each year due to complications of urinary tract infections. The most common complication is a bacterial infection of the blood. In the United States, almost 11 percent of women reported a urinary tract infection in the previous 12 months. In addition, it is estimated that one in two women will develop at least one urinary tract infection during her lifetime. Worldwide, tens of millions of women get a urinary tract infection each year.
Homemade Baby Wipes
February 16 2018
It's easy to make baby wipes at home.
How to Manage the Dreaded Stomach Bug in Children
February 15 2018
Acute Gastroenteritis (AGE) in children, commonly referred to as the “stomach bug” by frustrated parents everywhere, is most often caused by a short list of viruses. The usual suspects in this illness each have their own peak incidence during the year but can also be found in random outbreaks.
Natural Remedies for Sweating
February 14 2018
Learn more about effective home remedies for sweating.
Homemade Cinnamon Mouthwash for Bad Breath
February 13 2018
Banish bad breath with a homemade mouthwash.
15 Alternatives to Prescription Pain Medications
February 12 2018
Acute and chronic pain has affected humans since the beginning of time. Ancient healers, shamans and, nowadays, medical doctors, naturopaths, chiropractors, and acupuncturists utilize varied approaches to treat both acute and chronic pain syndromes. Chronic pain is diagnosed when a person endures pain in a specific area for more than six weeks—it usually results from inflammation, which creates an imbalance within the body.
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