... The latest issue of Psychologies magazine – the women's wellbeing magazine that, according to the tagline, helps you "make sense of your world" – reports that rainwater's "slightly acidic chemistry may assist kidney function and remove toxins, alleviating arthritis and gallstones". It also suggests it can protect us from stomach upsets, citing a University of Western Australia study that found children who drank rainwater were less likely to contract gastroenteritis. Read more
Monday, February 9, 2009
Snow: The Newest Superfood
Before the great thaw begins, save as much snow as you can. Eating it can be good for your kidneys and for arthritis and gallstones, too.