When it comes to immune system health, superfoods that contain nutrients like vitamin C and probiotics seem to be especially helpful.
Which Foods Are High In Vitamin D?
April 7 2021
Are you getting enough vitamin D? A doctor shares food sources of D vitamins, and explains why you need them in your diet.
6 Top Questions About Intermittent Fasting and Detox Diets Answered
April 2 2021
Intermittent fasting has become a popular health and weight loss strategy. A Naturopathic doctor discusses key tips to support health during a fast.
8 Natural Approaches to Lowering Blood Pressure
January 27 2020
High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a common condition that requires the heart to pump harder than desired due to increased pressure and stiffness in the arteries.
8 Natural Remedies for Heartburn and Acid Reflux
May 17 2021
Heartburn and acid reflux are common issues that can be alleviated with natural supplements, approaches, and lifestyle modifications.
8 Home Remedies for Canker Sores
October 10 2018
Canker sores are common, but they can be painful and annoying. Over-the-counter treatments are readily available, but there are a number of natural ways to hasten the healing process.
The Best Supplements to Support Memory and Brain Health As You Age
July 8 2021
Quality nutrition is key to supporting our brain health as we age. If you are showing signs of decreased brainpower or loss of memory consider these nutrients.
Do's and Don'ts—How To Support Your Immune System Via Your Gut
November 11 2020
Dr. Josh Axe shares his do’s and don’ts for a smart approach to immune-focused gut support.
How to Create a Skincare Routine for Hotter Temperatures
July 26 2019
Standard skincare methods tend to run into some problems in warmer weather. Transitioning to products that focus on gentle cleansing, UV protection, hydration and matte textures may create a more reliable skincare routine.
Where Kosher Salt Comes from & Why It's Called Kosher
March 30 2018
Is kosher salt even kosher?
Freeze-Dried Strawberries and Cholesterol Levels
July 26 2017
The consumption of flavonoid sources such as strawberries, blueberries, apples, dark chocolate, and red wine have all been shown in population studies to be associated with a significantly reduced risk for heart attacks and strokes.
How to Choose and Use Vitamin C Serum
August 16 2018
Vitamin C has become a buzzword in skincare lately, being touted as a super ingredient that helps your skin to turn back the hands of time. But what does this ingredient really do, and how well does it work?
Muscle Size and Strength: Understanding the Difference
June 7 2018
Muscles are the most adaptable tissue in the human body. The term bodybuilding exemplifies this. But muscle size and strength are not one in the same. Muscle size can influence strength, but muscle strength does not always predict size. This means that someone with larger muscles may not necessarily be able to lift more weight than a person with smaller muscles. There are a lot of factors that contribute to strength beyond muscle mass and muscle size.
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