When I first came across the ancient wisdom of Ayurvedic medicine in 1981, I had no idea how profoundly it would change my life. It gave me a new perspective that made everything in life more meaningful and important. The Ayurvedic Continue reading →
Including high-cholesterol foods as part of a healthy diet may not be the poor dietary choice we have all been told it is, suggests a new study published in the journal Nature Medicine. It turns out that Continue reading →
The human body is essentially a “germ” factory, but this is not necessarily a bad thing. A new study published as a series of reports in the journals Nature and Public Library of Science (PLoS) debunks the Continue reading →
The relatively modest, two-and-a-half acre plot of formerly unused land behind the Wild Radish Health Store in Greenville, South Carolina, is quickly burgeoning into a cornucopia of organic squash, kale, blueberries and other fresh fruits and vegetables. Thanks Continue reading →
Mounting scientific studies have demonstrated that broccoli is one of nature’s most valuable health-promoting foods. Science has proven time after time that Mother Nature is the best physician, and food is the best medicine.
Could fasting for two days a week prevent age-related brain shrinkage, heart disease, diabetes, and possibly even cancer? New research suggests that fasting triggers a variety of health-promoting hormonal and metabolic changes. Fasting – quantified as consuming somewhere Continue reading →
Imagine living in a world where everyone could eat whatever they wanted while maintaining a svelte figure, radiant health and a joyful orientation toward life. Enter the French paradox. Here is a culture which traditionally and consistently consumes Continue reading →
Hi, this is a question from Jennifer Hatton and she is commenting that she did 12 liver flushes and she feels great, however she says she discovered polyps in her cervix and uterus and if there is any Continue reading →
Hi, this is Andreas Moritz and this is a question from Melinda Struzynski: “Many people have one person in their life who always makes them feel angry, anxious and upset. It could be a mother-in-law, your boss, a Continue reading →
This day and age with air travel so available, more and more people are taking global tours and visiting in person the foreign countries we have read about down through history. For all the glory and adventures, there Continue reading →
Traditional healers often use ginger to treat ailments ranging from nausea to arthritis pain. Recent studies highlight another use for ginger, the amelioration of the impact of parabens, a chemical widely used in the food and beverage Continue reading →
Nearly half of people with epilepsy are also vitamin D deficient, but despite this well-known association, only a single study has been published on the effect of vitamin D for seizure control in the last 40 years.
Most natural health advocates know that dandelion is a good liver tonic. But now research is showing that it’s also a cancer fighter. This research discovery occurred at Windsor University in Windsor, Canada.
Surgery is usually the only option offered by conventional medicine to people with cataracts; however, there are alternative treatments that may dissolve cataracts preventing their return. Cataracts occur when the eye’s natural lens becomes cloudy, causing vision loss. Continue reading →
This is a question about people that have been paralyzed or crippled, bedridden, whether there are ways to take some load off their liver, because they obviously… one cannot move the body, the body’s ability to rid itself Continue reading →