(NaturalHealth365) Although many people aren’t familiar with broccoli sprouts – the earliest form of broccoli before it forms its stalks and florets – they are well worth adding to your diet. While they look a bit like bean sprouts, they have a peppery, earthy taste and are packed with various unique compounds that offer some surprising health benefits.
Everybody has heard of the benefits of green tea… antioxidants, sustained energy, the list goes on. But have you heard about matcha green tea? Originally from Japan, it has slowly taken the west by storm.
Read on to learn about this amazing form of green tea and its growing list of health benefits!
(NaturalHealth365) According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 610,000 people die every year of heart disease within the United States. And, in terms of bone health problems, the statistics are quite disturbing.
In our continuing effort to educate folks to the vast array of healing agents found in the natural world around us, we are excited to feature peppermint, a member of the aromatic mint family that you may already have squirreled away somewhere in your kitchen cupboard. While most have experienced peppermint as a flavoring agent, or perhaps as a comforting cup of herbal tea, few are aware of its wide range of experimentally confirmed therapeutic properties.
(NaturalHealth365) Vegetables certainly get a bad rap – at least around children. But many kids are at least able to let their imagination help them enjoy a veggie side like broccoli or cauliflower, which look like miniature trees. Pretending to be a giant while eating dinner? Why not!
(NaturalHealth365) You love avocados as a sandwich garnish or mashed in guacamole at your favorite Mexican restaurant, but this little green superfood is so much more than just a dip or a garnish. Avocados are loaded with nutrients – which offer profound health benefits.
(NaturalHealth365) Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a compound that helps to generate energy within the cells – which is why it’s so important to help combat heart disease, poor brain function and even cancer. And, as if that wasn’t enough of a reason to pay attention, research out of Kashan University of Medical Sciences is showing that taking CoQ10 benefits those suffering with diabetes.