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Healthy Foods for Your 2021 Diet Goals

A new year is here and you may already be hard at work on your resolutions, from getting some more physical activity in to paying closer attention to how you nourish your body. Getting started with changing your diet to healthier foods can be overwhelming, but our handy guide may help get you started with [...]

The Health Perks of Coriander and Cilantro

Names describing the pair of stages of growth of the plant genus Coriandrum sativum are cilantro and coriander seed. Cilantro is the life cycle's initial leafy period. It becomes known as coriander seed once the plant undergoes its flowering period and seeds start to form. Coriander is unusual in that it is simultaneously a herb [...]

Improve Well-Being by Paying Attention to Your Breathing

Chances are you may not pay much attention to your breathing unless you’re in the middle of a hearty workout or feeling extra stressed. As something we do automatically every day, paying closer attention to how you breathe can help tremendously. Nestled in the neurological system is where you’ll discover the ties between shallow breathing [...]

Add Some Turmeric and Curcumin to Your Diet

Turmeric is a spice often used for cooking while curcumin is its primary active ingredient known for its potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Collectively, they pack a powerful assortment of health benefits. If you aren’t already using them, let’s explore a few reasons why you may wish to consider adding them to your diet. Heart [...]

Oil Pulling May Be a Better Alternative to Mouthwash

Have you heard of oil pulling? This increasingly common practice is incredibly helpful in supporting better oral health and serves as a complement to brushing and flossing. While it’s gained greater exposure through social media, the practice is ancient, and it provides a host of potential benefits, from reducing the odds of bad breath to [...]

The One-Two Positive Punch of Artichoke and Bergamot on the Liver

Liver disease is something that can affect more than just individuals with a drinking problem. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) may be affecting as many as 100 million Americans and it is a type of liver disease that does not, in fact, involved alcohol abuse. What’s worse, it may lead to more serious issues like [...]

Are You Getting Enough Choline?

Choline is an essential nutrient that performs multiple duties in human metabolism and also contributes in some ways to things like cell structure. It is also vital in helping a fetus develop its brain and memory. Choline deficiency may increase the odds of developing neurological disorders, liver disease, and even atherosclerosis, also known as the [...]

Lower Blood Pressure With Meditation

High blood pressure (also known as hypertension) affects millions of people in the United States alone, and it is particularly prevalent among older individuals. High blood pressure is closely tied to cardiovascular diseases and is one of the primary contributors to a heart attack or stroke. While medication is often used to treat high blood [...]

A 2019 Study Reinforces the Risks of Mercury Exposure

Research published last year in the Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology It indicates that during dental operations requiring drilling on amalgam fillings, the safety limits for mercury toxicity can be surpassed if special measures are not in place, per the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT). The study also reveals that when [...]

Don’t Believe the Running Myths

Running is a common activity that can provide tons of benefits yet common myths are surrounding it. If it’s something you’re thinking about doing it, keep reading as we dispel a few of these myths about this tried and true, fun, healthy activity for the body and mind. Running will not result in heart issues. [...]