Digestive problems are a modern day epidemic in Westernized cultures. Major disorders such as irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, celiac disease, diarrhea and constipation are all too frequent. The modern day diet and lifestyle is loaded with toxins and deficient in high quality live foods full of enzymes and probiotics. Improve your digestive health naturally with an anti-inflammatory diet and lifestyle. Read more
Friday, June 29, 2012
Digestive problems plague many people, but most people don't need powerful drugs to treat them. You can improve your digestion naturally, says Dr. David Jockers.
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Edward Group reveals eight common health problems that can be helped by oregano oil.
In a past post about oregano oil, I discussed its germ-killing, anti-inflammatory, and pain relieving properties. Now, I’d like to cover how it can be used to address a wide range of problems. Here’s a guide to help you get the most out of this wonderful oil.
Aches and Pains
Whether arthritis, backaches, bursitis, carpal tunnel, fibromyalgia, sore muscles, and sports injuries, oil of oregano can be used topically to penetrate the skin and help relieve the pain that may be causing your issue. Rub a 50/50 mixture of organic oregano oil and organic olive oil onto the affected areas. Read more
Monday, June 25, 2012
Sunburn and bug bites are common ailments during the summer, but you can find natural relief right in your kitchen, says Christy Pooschke .
Summer is an exciting season filled with swimming pools and barbeques. Unfortunately, increased time spent outdoors often results in painful sunburns and itchy bug bites that can ruin the fun in a hurry. There are many commercial products available for relieving the discomfort. However, if you would prefer to know exactly what you are rubbing into your skin, then next time you suffer from one of these summertime fun-wreckers, head to your kitchen for one of these all-natural remedies instead! Read more
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Hair loss is a problem that many people face as they age due to hair replacement slowing down. Castor oil has been shown to help reduce hair loss. In this video, learn how to do this procedure and if it's right for you.
Monday, June 18, 2012
Want to look younger and healthier? Dr. Joseph Mercola gives six reasons astaxanthin, the sunscreen in a pill, works so well.
If you think checking "all of the above" seems too good to be true, you're not alone.
- Sunscreen in a pill?
- Prevention of wrinkles, dry skin, age spots and freckles?
- Reversing the visible signs of aging?
But there just happens to be a natural compound that clinical studies are suggesting does ALL of the above – without a hefty price tag or side effects. This is a little miracle your plastic surgeon won't want you to hear about.
It's a relatively unknown carotenoid called astaxanthin, which is now believed to be the most potent antioxidant nature has to offer. Read more
Monday, June 11, 2012
Willow Tohl explains how to create a natural first-aid kit for travel
"Schoooool's out for SUMMER!" It's that time of year when people get itchy feet, anxious to go somewhere and do something fun. If you and yours are headed out for some adventures this summer, pack some peace of mind in the form of a natural first aid kit.
There are lots of great, inexpensive herbs, essential oils, and homeopathic remedies to pack along with your bandages and hand sanitizer that will help insure common problems don't put a damper on your trip. Read more
Monday, June 4, 2012
Want to be kissing sweet? Mark Sisson reveals seven easy ways to avoid bad breath naturally.
When I first tell people I’m on a Primal Blueprint diet emulating our ancient ancestors, the witty ones are usually quick with a clever comment or two, usually referencing the Flintstones, heavy brow ridges, monosyllabic grunts, or some combination of the three. A hearty laugh is shared (mine being exceedingly polite), and they’ll go on to ask if I’ve experienced increased hair growth, whether or not I met my wife by clubbing her over the head, and if I’ve got caveman breath (always accompanied by a theatrical, exaggerated step backward). What would I do without such comedians?
I gotta admit, though, they might have a point about the caveman breath. Although I don’t have a problem with it personally (unless my wife has kept quiet all these years), bad breath is a common complaint I hear about low-carb dieters. Strangely enough, I rarely hear it from actual low-carbers, but rather from overly critical skeptics. Still, bad breath does happen to everyone, and I for one would be wary of engaging Grok in a close heart to heart talk over some fermented mammoth milk. Even on our own comment boards, reader madMUHHH complained about having constant bad breath. Of course, he was also eating loads of garlic and onions, which are notorious causes of bad breath (regardless of the overall diet), but it does go to show that just because we’re eating healthy Primal foods, it doesn’t mean we’re immune to the ravages of bad breath.
But are we Blueprinters especially susceptible to bad breath? First, let’s examine the most common causes. Read more