Experiencing acute or chronic pain? Before you pop your next painkiller, consider trying one of these natural ways to take the edge off
What do green apples, looking at photos and swearing have in common? They’re surprisingly effective at easing aches and pains, discovers Erin Kisby. Continue reading Natural Pain Relief Works
When we’re suffering from a bad cold, nothing makes us feel like we’re taking care of ourselves more than a steaming cup of herbal tea, particularly if it contains medicinal herbs. Sipping on medicinal herbal tea is one of the best steps you can take to shorten the duration of illness when the symptoms of a cold, sore throat, or other upper respiratory infection begin. Continue reading Herbal Tea Recipes When You Have A Cold
Natural First Aid Solutions
Even the most well-planned holiday can go wrong if you unexpectedly get sick or injured.
Tamie Wexler gets you prepared with a first aid kit full of nature’s best remedies… Continue reading Natural First Aid Solutions
Sugar contributes to tooth decay and obesity, but still we spoon it onto cereal and into coffee (and the food industry puts heaps—known as added sugar—into products).
“Americans eat 165 pounds of added sugar each year, and sugar substitutes are on the rise as well, which are hundreds of times sweeter than table sugar,” says Frances Largeman-Roth, RD, author of Feed the Belly and co-author of The Carb Lovers Diet. Continue reading What You Need To Know About Sugar Substitutes
Pop quiz: What do pickles, vinegar, tempeh, chocolate and wine have in common? Yes, they’re all delicious—and they’re all fermented. And that means they all have major health perks.
Cultures around the world have enjoyed fermented foods for millennia; they devour kimchi in Korea, sauerkraut in Germany and cheese…everywhere. Now fermenting is appealing to consumers eager to return to naturally healthy ways of eating.
Continue reading Why Pickles Are the Most Surprising Superfood