Tag: inflammation

Tumeric and Honey Spread for Inflammation and Pain

Tumeric and Honey Spread for Inflammation and Pain

| Mar 7, 2018

Turmeric (curcumin) is an herb for inflammation and pain that is gaining a lot of attention among natural health practitioners. Turmeric belongs to the ginger family, and is traditionally being used to flavour dishes like curry. Like ginger, turmeric is used to calm inflammation and pain. In Ayurvedic medicine, turmeric has been studied and used […]

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If You Want To Prevent Alzheimer’s, Avoid This

If You Want To Prevent Alzheimer’s, Avoid This

| Aug 20, 2015

Alzheimer’s research is one of the hottest topics in medical science. As well it should be—after all, the disease affects approximately 5.3 million Americans alone, and kills a half million Americans every year. This makes it the third leading cause of death in our country, closely trailing behind heart disease and cancer.[1] Not so long […]

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Has this “Fake Estrogen” Hijacked Your System?

Has this “Fake Estrogen” Hijacked Your System?

| Aug 14, 2015

Living—let alone thriving—in our toxic world can be awfully tricky. As we’ve discussed in other articles, modern society is a veritable obstacle course of sneaky toxin sources. Nowadays, even the air we breathe and the water we drink is suspect. While there are all sorts of nasty pollutants worthy of our concern, one class of […]

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5 Superfoods That Stop Inflammation

5 Superfoods That Stop Inflammation

| Jul 8, 2015

Inflammation is a colossal health problem in our society. While it tends to be associated only with aches, pains, and stiffness, its deleterious effects on the body reach far deeper. Most health experts now agree that inflammation is the root of the vast majority of diseases. Here’s why: inflammation is a defense mechanism that focuses […]

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Your Brain on Grain (how gluten impairs functioning)

Your Brain on Grain (how gluten impairs functioning)

| Jul 1, 2015

Despite a mountain of evidence demonstrating the negative health effects of gluten, the debate continues. For some time, “pro-gluten” health researchers would only concede that gluten impairs gut functioning in a small percentage of people. But a proliferation of recent studies shows an undeniable connection between gut health and brain health.[1] Given this “gut-brain connection,” […]

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