(Natural News) People often mention that eating late at night can be quite bad for your health. However, there are certain healthy foods you can eat that can not only satisfy your cravings but can also improve the quality of your sleep. →
(Natural News) Pumpkin seeds might look small, but they’re packed with nutritional benefits, such as zinc, iron and magnesium. While these seeds are readily available in stores, you can also harvest them fresh – especially after Halloween. More than its nutritional value, however, pumpkin seeds can give you the following health benefits. →
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) Having dry, red, irritated skin can be annoyingly painful. It may occur due to a sudden change in weather, a result of too much stress, inflammation, or any other cause. Because the skin is delicate, it is important to apply only natural remedies that will help relieve irritation. →
Guest Writer for Wake Up World
Originally published at Global Healing Center and reproduced here with permission.
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(Natural News) Not getting enough sleep can be frustrating for anyone — not to mention that it can be detrimental to your heath in so many ways. Poor or insufficient sleep can lead to weight gain, depression, and premature aging, among other things. Thankfully, there are many things you can do to get the sleep….Read more
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