If you’re noticing a few unwelcome changes in the mirror—such as crow’s feet, laugh lines, and dry, rough skin—then it might be time to check out three supplements that have the research to prove they could help you defy your age.
Powerful plant compounds in these seasonings help fight cancer, diabetes, and heart disease, while working to relieve pain and the discomforts associated with seasonal bouts of colds and flu. That’s why you’ll find many of your favorite seasonings on the supplement shelf—and even in your favorite personal care products.
Those piano lessons you had as a kid can pay off later in life. Researchers have found the strongest evidence yet that musical training in youth can help prevent declines in the ability to comprehend speech.
Olive oil: A healthy dietary fat, olive oil is rich in monounsaturated fats and antioxidants. An analysis of cancer studies over the last 11 years found that high intake of olive oil correlated to lower odds of developing any type of cancer—including breast cancer.
By: Alan Siddal
When we’re in pain, we can usually identify what hurts and how to treat it. Pets try to tell us when they’re hurting too, but it isn’t always easy for us to pinpoint what’s wrong. If you’re seeing signs of discomfort in your dog or cat, manipulation of the pet’s spine by a licensed chiropractor can help the body heal.
It’s time to put the green in your clean! Common household cleaners contain toxic chemicals that can be harmful to your health. You can create safe, eco-friendly cleaning products using essential oils and other natural and inexpensive ingredients you can find at any natural grocery store.
Here are some things to keep in mind.
If a product features a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Organic seal, it means that the pet food was made without the use of pesticides, artificial fertilizers, or growth hormones.
Also known as legumes, beans are one of the most ancient and nutritious foods in the world.