If you’ve read about weight loss recently, chances are you’ve come across green coffee bean extract. Brought into the spotlight by physician and TV show host Dr. Oz, green coffee bean extract is hailed as one of the better and safer weight-loss supplements on the market today. But did you know research has shown it to be useful in other areas of health, too?
Savvy shoppers are always looking to get the most “bang for their buck,” even when it comes to their dietary supplements. Green foods, with their wide variety of benefits ranging from fighting bad breath to acting as anticarcinogens, are some of nature’s best multitaskers.
Ears. They’re our key to the unseen world of sound. That is why it is important to keep our ears safe and healthy. Infections, wax buildup and tinnitus can affect balance and hearing. Here are some natural ear care remedies that can keep ears funtioning at their best.
Have you ever had water enter your nose while swimming? The feeling is uncomfortable and often unexpected. However, more and more people are looking to cleanse their nasal passages with water to relieve their nasal symptoms. If done properly, the process isn’t uncomfortable in any way, and many find it soothing.
You already know how important it is to care for your heart, brain and skin, but what if I told you that you might be neglecting an organ that performs over 500 crucial tasks for your body? This organ, known as the liver, is our body’s built-in filter and detoxifier. Are you treating it right?
The eyes are our window to the world, and the last thing we’d want to do is to see this key sense suffer due to factors within our control, like diet. While eating carrots may not provide us with 20-20 vision, there is certainly a link between good nutrition and eye health.
Some of the most essential elements to our bodies’ natural chemistry are minerals. Eating the right amount of minerals through diet alone can be difficult, so it’s key to understand how and why supplementation can help.
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) and overactive bladder (OAB) are two common urological problems that Americans suffer from on a daily basis. There’s no need to get sidelined by these issues; several natural products can help.
Everyone is talking about the hottest natural products beverage trend that beckons from the fridge with unusual flavors and a funky layer of something floating around inside the bottle. Don’t let that turn you off! It certainly hasn’t stopped anyone else from enjoying it. Kombucha is becoming a hot commodity, with total sales projected to reach $500 million by 2015 (1). So, what exactly is in this trendy drink that has everyone coming back for more? Here, we’ll touch on kombucha’s beginnings, its healthful qualities and its controversial past.
What if we told you that some of the indulgences we take part in on a daily basis—like red wine and chocolate—can be good for your health? Too good to be true, right? Not exactly.
Resveratrol, a natural chemical compound found in these and other foods, is linked to many health benefits including heart health. Studies suggest resveratrol is responsible for lowering inflammation, supporting heart health and, dare we say, contributing to anti-aging benefits.