Vitamin B12 is needed for producing and maintaining new cells, including nerve cells and red blood cells. It is also needed to help make DNA. Vitamin B12 is bound to the proteins in food. Once you consume B12, the hydrochloric acid in your stomach releases the B12 from the protein. B12 then combines with a […]
Curcumin C3 Complex® _ A Versatile Phytonutrient Superior and Safe Choice Turmeric is one of the most revered plants. Though originated in the Indian subcontinent, but today it is used worldwide as a health food supplement, spice, natural food colorant and even as a cosmetic ingredient. Much of the credit for the popularity of turmeric goes to […]
Echinacea is the herb that keeps you from getting ill. That’s the received wisdom, and there’s actually a lot of truth to it. The Echinacea plant has been used for hundreds of years by Native Americans, giving lasting relief from a number of different ailments. Recent studies, though have focused on its ability to stimulate your […]
As the weather changes, joint pain is a symptom experienced by many. There are several theories to why pain surfaces during weather changes. Overall joint and bone pain are one of the most common symptoms reported. The correlation between changing weather and bone/joint pain has been studied for years, and while no conclusive evidence exists, there are many […]
It’s used in traditional Indian medicine for constipation, skin diseases, worm infestation, infections and as a natural remedy for colic. In Chinese medicine, it’s often recommended in the treatment of fungal diseases, and in the Western world, it has found widespread use in the cosmetic, pharmaceutical and food industries. In fact, the manufacturing of aloe vera extracts […]
Written by Dr. Allison Brager Looking to sleep better in 2017? Here’s how you can optimize your sleep as you head into the New Year. Getting high-quality sleep is one of the most important things you can do to impact your health. Just ask Lebron James, Roger Federer, Maria Sharapova, Usain Bolt, Venus Williams, and Steve Nash […]
For some women, menstrual periods are no different from any other days: they go to work, hit the gym, run errands, and bounce through their days with as much energy and vitality as at any other time. Others are not so fortunate. For them, “that time of the month” means curling up on the couch with a hot water bottle against their back or abdomen and a bottle of ibuprofen within easy reach, and doing a workout or even cooking dinner is out of the question. With increasing warnings about the dangers of NSAIDs, and more people becoming interested in safe, natural, non-toxic remedies for common ailments, an effective remedy for the pain of dysmenorrhea may be hiding in plain sight in the spice cabinet. We’re talking about ginger.