There are over 140,000 species of mushrooms, and some have strong medicinal properties. Numerous health benefits have been discovered in the 100 species of mushrooms that have been studied.
Make sure you eat organic mushrooms because they can be harmful when grown in bad environment. Note that mushrooms have more health benefits than the ones listed below. For instance, mushrooms have been proven to enhance weight loss.
Here are 4 major benefits you’ll experience if you eat mushrooms regularly. You can eat them fresh or substitute them with meat when making a burger. Read more
Friday, October 21, 2016
Eating a cup of mushrooms daily has four major benefits, says Twain Yobra.
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
If you want a good night's sleep, it's time to throw out the rule book, according to David Beckham's sleep coach.
For the past 30 years, I’ve dedicated my life to sleep. I’ve been teaching sports stars from David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo to Victoria Pendleton and Laura Trott how to get the most out of their sleep.
What I’ve discovered is that much of the talk about sleep is nonsense. The secrets of waking up feeling rested don’t lie in spending as much as you can afford on a mattress or in trying to get eight hours a night.
In fact, if you really want a good night’s sleep — and who doesn’t? — it’s time to throw out the rule book and start again.
My top tips might sound contrary to common sense, but they’re the best you’ll ever hear… Read more
Monday, October 17, 2016
A study has found that women who regularly consume artificial sweeteners reduce their chance of getting pregnant and increased the chance of birth defects.
Diet drinks may reduce a woman's chance of getting pregnant during IVF, a study suggests.
Would-be mothers who opted for pop with artificial sweeteners, or put sugar substitutes in hot drinks, produced poorer eggs and embryos, researchers said.
While it is widely believed taking artificial sweeteners is healthier than taking sugar, both options raised the risk of an embryo being found to have at least one deformity. Read more
Friday, October 14, 2016
Dr. Joseph Mercola reveals fourteen practical reasons to keep a bottle of castor oil at home.
Many of you are probably familiar with castor oil as the go-to concoction that old-time healers recommend for a wide range of ailments — from constipation to colds and fever, and even as treatment against parasitical worms.1 Castor oil is claimed to be one of the best remedies there is.
I have previously written about the mysteries — and potential health uses — of castor oil, and despite having minimal research backing up its potential medicinal effects, I do believe that there are notable benefits from using this versatile oil.
It’s one of the most well-known natural remedies with a long enough history to at least warrant greater scientific exploration — nevertheless, a little careful at-home experimentation before using it wouldn’t hurt. Read more
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Monday, October 10, 2016
Epsom salts is a cheap, old-fashioned remedy, but it still has plenty of uses today, according to Gaye Levy..
Over the years, I have learned that superstars of preparedness are those items that serve multiple purposes. In many cases, these are common, everyday items that we already have on hand. Not only that, many of these multi-taskers are budget friendly and available everywhere. Some good examples include vinegar, salt, honey, duct tape, coffee filters, and even microfiber cloths.
There is one preparedness multi-tasker whose list of uses is so diverse that you will wonder why you had not thought of stockpiling it previously. I am referring to old fashioned Epsom salts. Read more
Friday, October 7, 2016
Although the claim that 30,000 people die from the flu each year in the U.S. is a lie, flu is still a miserable experience. Have these three natural remedies on hand in case you do come down with a case.
In the September 16, 2016 Parade Magazine there was an article on “Boost your Flu IQ”. While the article had some good points such as reduce the amount of times you touch your face and to thoroughly dry your hands after washing, it was the number one thing they stated “You should do to prevent the flu” that as a nutrition professional I beg to differ with.
Dr. Grohskopf, a medical officer in the Influenza Division of the CDC said “getting the flu shot is the single best thing you can do to protect yourself against the flu and prevent its spread” She went on to say that if you do get the flu, your symptoms “could be” less severe Read more