(Natural News) People gain weight throughout the year due to various holidays and celebrations where there are many tempting snacks that you can binge-eat. If you want to maintain a healthy weight during your vacation or during work lunch breaks, it’s time to improve your eating habits. →
(Natural News) The food you’re putting in your body can influence your health today and even later in life. A study in Neurology revealed that adhering to a heart-healthy diet – one that’s rich in fruits and vegetables; moderate in nuts, fish, and alcohol; and low in meat and full-fat dairy – is associated with better cognitive performance, including thinking and memory skills, later in life. →
September 28, 2019 by: Kristine Payne
(Natural News) Many people consider turmeric (Curcuma longa) to be the most powerful herb on the planet. Others may even argue that it could potentially be the most effective nutritional supplement to ever exist. Such claims are not unfounded. This ancient super spice has been used in India for thousands of years not only for its exotic flavor, but also for its medicinal properties. →
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Natural News) Whether you’re 25 or 65, what you eat and how you spend your free time will affect your longevity. If you want to live longer, here are 13 lifestyle habits that will help increase your life expectancy and improve your overall well-being. →
(Natural News) Do you want to make your home healthier? From raising houseplants to setting up a personal gym, here are some suggestions on how you can improve your family’s overall health by making small changes at home.
(NaturalHealth365) According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), around 5.7 million adults within the U.S. are affected by heart failure, and that number is only expected to increase in the future. Conventionally speaking, current strategies for preventing heart failure focus mainly on managing high blood pressure, quitting smoking, and reducing excess body weight with unhealthy ‘diet programs’ – which lack life-giving nutritional value.
Is memory loss and decreased brain power inevitable as we age? Many people in their 40s, 50s and beyond are told that it is and there is nothing that can be done about it. Is that true? Of course not.
Steps can be taken to not only stop memory loss, but also reverse it. Here is a simple step. New research from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago found that eating just one serving of leafy green vegetables a day takes a decade off an aging brain. Two servings produced even greater effects. I explain how below.