(NaturalHealth365) Although the pharmaceutical industry publicly downplays the validity of natural remedies, honest (scientific) research continues to prove that the intake of certain foods offers significant health benefits. For example, the health benefits of lemon juice and garlic – confirmed by recent studies – can not be ignored.
(NaturalHealth365) More and more people seem to be adding slices and squeezes of lemon and lime to their drinking water these days – and for good reason. When added to pure, filtered water, fresh lemon and lime create a refreshing, flavorful beverage that is a truly healthful alternative to syrupy sodas and sugary juices.
(NaturalHealth365) Do you want healthy, glowing skin? Start taking better care of your liver – especially if you’re dealing with eczema and psoriasis.
While most people don’t realize it, liver function has a huge impact on your skin’s health and appearance. In fact, any problem with your liver tends to make itself known in the condition of your skin.
(NaturalHealth365) Cancer patients need to understand the danger of vitamin C deficiencies – especially when looking to overcome a cancer diagnosis. In truth, most people suffering with a chronic degenerative disease are vitamin C deficient. But, most disturbing of all, Western medicine refuses to recognize the very real health benefits of IV vitamin C therapy – thanks to the controlling influence of the pharmaceutical industry.
(NaturalHealth365) Most people think of basil as that robust, delicious flavor found in Italian and Thai cooking, but did you know basil can reduce inflammation, stress and anxiety levels, too? Those are just the start of the health benefits of basil.
(Natural News) Nordic people are the happiest people on the planet. They consistently take the top spots in global rankings when it comes to happiness and life satisfaction. And in case you’re wondering, the term Nordic refers to anything that belongs to Norway, Iceland, Finland, Denmark, or Sweden. These Northern European countries are known not only for their cold climates but also for their progressive and wellness-oriented way of life. In fact, these countries practice philosophies such as “hygge,” which means fostering a sense of contentment, “lagom” or doing things in just the right amount, and “friluftsliv” or spending time in nature.