Healthy Living

Meditation provides calm that lasts

Meditation provides calm that lasts

Mediation has been known for a long time as an excellent way to relieve stress  and calm the soul. But can it help our emotional responses to the negative things that happen to us daily? A new study shows that after two months of daily meditation, emotional responses to negative […]

by January 31, 2013
The powerful colors in berries and heart health

The powerful colors in berries and heart health

Can the colors in berries help prevent heart attacks? Berries contained antioxidants called anthocyanins, which are the compounds that give berries their red, blue, or purple colors. These anthocyanins help regulate the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory systems in our bodies. Now, a study in China suggests that anthocyanins may also have […]

by January 29, 2013
The medicinal properties of coconut oil

The medicinal properties of coconut oil

Coconut oil has many surprising health benefits. Most of us grew up considering fats like coconut oil to be unhealthy and contribute to heart disease. Coconut oil is composed of a group of unique fat molecules known as medium-chain fatty acids (MCFA). Although they are technically classified as saturated fats, this kind […]

by January 28, 2013
Exercise can be a memory saver

Exercise can be a memory saver

Out of all the signs of aging, the one people seem to fear the most is the loss of memory and mental sharpness. As brain expert Daniel Amen M.D. says, “brain health is enhanced by good diet as well as physical, mental, and social activities.” We lose gray and white […]

by January 24, 2013
Natural Antibiotic Remedy

Best homemade natural antibiotic remedy

I bring you my favorite DIY natural antibiotic. This remedy comes from an ancient recipe created by grandmother many years ago. This DIY is armed with: cayenne pepper, Manuka Honey, organic garlic, organic ginger root, organic cinnamon and organic lemon juice. Cayenne will warm your body, help you sweat and eliminate toxins. Manuka Honey and […]

by January 21, 2013
Fight breast cancer with curcumin and omega-3s

Fight breast cancer with curcumin and omega-3s

Curcumin is the trio of “curcuminoids” pigments in turmeric root and is responsible for its yellow color along with the rest of the curcuminoids. Curcumin has very strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. Preliminary studies and experiments on curcumin suggest that it strengthens the immune system and promotes brain health in very exclusive […]

by January 21, 2013
Vitamin D may combat daytime fatigue

Vitamin D may combat daytime fatigue

Sleep deprivation is becoming an epidemic in the United States and across the world. With the “sleep is overrated” culture, working into the late hours of the night is becoming a more common practice. Sleep deprivation affects the quality of your day and leads to fatigue. It can also cause […]

by January 19, 2013
Bee Pollen: The complete food

Bee Pollen: The complete food

Bee pollen is the food of the young bee. It consists of forty percent protein and is considered to be a completely nourishing and extremely alkalizing food. It boosts the immune system, increases energy, does wonders for aging skin and is extremely high in antioxidant activity.  This is why it is often […]

by January 17, 2013