What’s Good for Mother Earth is Good for Our Health
Earth Day, which is celebrated on Saturday, April 22, gives us the opportunity to reflect on what helps the earth grow and maintain human life. The Industrial Revolution paved the way for new manufacturing processes, which have resulted in an increase in environmental pollutants. As we look at ways to help shield the body from these toxins, it’s important to understand the role of nutrition in protecting the body from the inside out.
Here’s a look at nutritional solutions that help counteract the impact of air pollution.
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Vitamin K is well known for its role in blood clotting but many may not realize that it also linked to bone and heart health.
It is estimated that more than 90 percent of adults are not consuming the recommended amounts of vitamin E on a daily basis.
Don’t you wish a thorough diet check-up was as simple as an annual physical exam?
With the extra sunshine, fresh produce and budding flowers, I welcome spring with open arms. But sometimes things go a little too far when it comes to spring-cleaning.
You probably don’t eat as well as you think. While most people say they eat pretty well, most are mistaken.
If you are pregnant, you may be experiencing food cravings – whether sweet, salty, sour or fried – just like 75 percent of other pregnant women experience
Don’t you wish there was a happy pill that boosts spirits when you felt out of sorts? Or, warmed your heart just when you were ready to bite your honey’s head off?
It is never too early to take steps to keep your heart healthy long-term. What is one of the best ways to fight heart disease?
Want to live vibrantly in your later years? Want to look younger, feel great and think clearly today and throughout life? Well, the news is good.