March 28, 2019 by: Dianne Wiley
(Natural News) Most egg-laying hens in the U.S. are confined in what’s known as a “battery cage.” This means that hens are kept in cages less than 80 square inches, where they are fed with a meal of corn waste and chemicals and forced to lay eggs. The hens have no room to spread their wings and will never see the sunshine. What’s worse, on the off-chance that a male chick is hatched, he will be disposed of.
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(NaturalHealth365) If you’re one of the estimated 45 million Americans living with irritable bowel syndrome – also called IBS – then you understand how upsetting this common condition can be. Constipation and diarrhea are probably constant companions of yours, as well as issues like bloating, a sense of bowel urgency, and abdominal pain – often worse right after eating. But, have you heard how glutamine can help?
In the quest to find natural solutions for IBS or digestive upset, adding a glutamine supplement to a well-balanced diet could be the next key step. And even if you don’t have irritable bowel syndrome, this amino acid could very well still be beneficial for your overall well-being……..Read more
via Irritable bowel syndrome RELIEF: 6 ways glutamine can help, according to a new study — Natural Health 365
(Natural News) Many people would do anything to become smarter, but it’s actually a lot simpler to achieve this than you might think. By choosing the right foods, you can easily improve your brain health and achieve better memory and focus. Food can either be damaging or beneficial to the brain, and with so many options available, choosing the…..Read more
via An evidence-based guide to brain foods that improve memory and focus — NaturalNews.com
Eggs: A classic, vegetarian breakfast food with just the right amount of protein and fat… At least, that’s what the corporations want you to think. In reality, the protein and fat found in eggs are linked to multiple diseases, including heart disease, and the processes involved with producing eggs are so far from humane, I…
via You’ll Stop Eating Eggs After You Learn How They’re Really Made (GRAPHIC) — Collective Evolution