Ayurveda is a 5000-year-old Hindi technique of medicine. Unlike the American methods of medicine that primarily depend on injections and supplements to cure illnesses, Ayurveda uses herbal treatment, massage therapy, yogic breathing, and diet to balance the body.
A Quick Guide to Vitamin B Complex
May 30 2019
B vitamins are essential nutrients required to build healthy cells and are involved in many key biological processes in the body including energy metabolism.
Warm Up the Winter with These Flavorful Spice Blends
February 13 2019
Colder weather begs for warm, tasty food to comfort the soul. It's also the time of the year to be more health-conscious and build up the immune system to fight against common ailments like colds and the flu.
Nutrition and Brain Health
May 27 2019
Alzheimer’s disease is a disorder of the brain that generally affects older adults. Alzheimer’s has no specific cure and can cause enormous frustration and challenges to both patient and caretakers alike.
Supplements to Consider When on the KETO diet
December 7 2018
The Ketogenic, or Keto, diet has become quite popular over the last several years. Many have experienced significant weight loss by adopting this eating style. The main premise of the Keto diet is that a person should consume 60 percent fat, 35 percent protein, and around 5 percent carbohydrates—in other words, it is primarily a plan high in healthy fats, moderate in protein and low in carbohydrates. The Keto diet recommends keeping carbs (which turn into sugar) to less than 50 grams ( or 20-25 net carbs) per day.
How to Get More Omega-3 in Your Diet
February 5 2020
When you think of omega-3s you might picture a giant platter of salmon or a handful of fish oil capsules. But what is this nutrient and why do you need it in your diet?
Health Benefits of Omega-3 Fatty Acids
May 6 2019
Omega-3 fatty acids, also known as polyunsaturated fatty acids or PUFAs, play an important role in human health.
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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