The common cold is just that: common. It's often the body's way of getting one to slow down, take a break, and relax for a bit. While most of the time it will go away on its own, there are many all-natural remedies to ease symptoms so that it’s easier to breathe, coughs become lighter and less frequent, and overall, the sufferer feels less miserable. What's more is that natural or holistic remedies for the common cold are often less expensive than over-the-counter medicine. Many of the "side effects" from these holistic remedies are positive.
A Healthy Back to School: Easy-to-Craft Lunch Recipes
August 5 2019
When it comes to the back-to-school season, some parents struggle to find ways to create healthy meals for their kids without boring them.
The Benefits of Beetroot Powder + Nutritious Beetroot Powder Recipes
April 4 2018
Many people are beginning to realize that beetroot powder has some surprising health benefits. This versatile product has been used as a sweetener, a natural food coloring agent, a nutritional supplement, an ingredient in makeup and so on.
Get the Health Benefits of Moringa With These Three Recipes
December 18 2018
The leaves and pods of the moringa tree are loaded with nutrients and antioxidants. This superfood is frequently turned into a powder that can easily be added to just about any food.
Healthy Holiday Chocolate Desserts
November 28 2017
Making healthy choices doesn’t have to mean giving up all delicious desserts. Desserts made with healthy ingredients can be a great way to satisfy a sweet tooth while nourishing the body.
Why Do People Follow a Gluten-Free Diet?
May 18 2018
A gluten-free diet plan is most commonly associated with celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder of the small intestine where the villi are damaged.
Enzymes to Ease Gluten Digestion
August 28 2017
What enzymes can help me if I have trouble digesting gluten?
Benefits of Collagen Supplements
October 27 2017
Muscles, bones, skin and tendons are composed primarily of collagen, the most abundant type of protein in the human body. To be specific, collagen consists of 30-35 percent of all the protein in the human body. Collagen protein is also known as connective tissue and is responsible for stabilizing our skin and maintaining joint movement and flexibility. In addition, collagen provides our skin with elasticity. Studies show that collagen supplementation has many benefits, which include reduced facial wrinkles and helping to get rid of cellulite. I will discuss this further in this article.
Keep these Meal Prep Staples Stocked in Your Pantry
September 13 2019
Having a well-stocked pantry makes cooking far easier. A well-balanced pantry should be loaded with staples that can work in a variety of recipes or turn into standalone meals in a pinch.
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.
Colostrum: A Top Immune Booster
June 28 2018
Colostrum has a variety of benefits that include boosting the immune system, healing injuries, repairing nervous system damage and improving mood. It often used to treat leaky gut and inflammation and for killing fungi and bacteria.
Keep Your Sinuses Healthy
October 18 2017
Millions of people worldwide visit their doctors each year with complaints related to their sinuses. "Sinus" is the term commonly used to describe anatomy that doctors refer to as paranasal sinuses. Sinuses are hollow “caves” in the human skull, which are essentially absent in newborns but develop fully by around age 8 and reach their full adult size by puberty.
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