Entries by Jennifer


Why Iodine Deficiency Disorder Should Be On Your Radar Screen

When it comes to changes in health, it’s common for most people to jump to the conclusion that they’re lacking a certain vitamin or that they should make healthier changes to their dietary lifestyle. While such thoughts may be true… 0 Shares |

Win $1,000 by Celebrating Vegetarian Awareness Month, Discover Benefits of Going Meat-Free

October 1st is World Vegetarian Day. It kicks off Vegetarian Awareness Month in which advocates of the dietary lifestyle reinforce the physical, emotional, and environmental benefits of choosing to go meat-free, and those who are non-vegetarian are encouraged to eat… 0 Shares |

Breast Cancer Survivor Says Raw Food Diet Helped Her Heal

Janette Murray-Wakelin is a breast cancer survivor who credits a raw food diet, meditation, physical activity, and following her intuition for her ability heal. In the early 2000s, she was diagnosed with Stage 3 breast cancer and told that she… 0 Shares |

Why Pumpkin is a Versatile Health Food Superstar

Pumpkin, the standard porch-sitting gourd that declares the fall season is in full swing, is more than just a feast for the eyes. It’s also something worth feasting on in the kitchen, as it has many health benefits. Plus, because… 0 Shares |

Move Over Castor Oil: Coconut Oil a Better Choice for Hair and Overall Health

While castor oil seems to be all the buzz when it comes to keeping hair healthy and even helping it grow faster, I personally think there is another option that’s better suited to keep overall health — not just hair… 0 Shares |

Oncologist Pleads Guilty on 16 Counts for Administering Unnecessary Chemotherapy, Fraud

It’s becoming increasingly evident that in order to maintain physical and mental health, one must continually ask questions, engage in their own research, and never take something for truth just because it came from a so-called “respectable” source. While some… 0 Shares |

Woman Clears up Her Problematic Skin by Drinking Parsley Tea

Rebeca Plantier, CEO and co-founder of Fit to Inspire, an online and offline community dedicated to providing women of all ages, sizes and abilities with fitness and well-being inspiration, admits that she once wasn’t entirely on her game.(1) One would… 0 Shares |

The Medicinal Power of the Chaga Mushroom Can Help Boost Immunity

David Koubek’s wife refers to her husband as a “chagaholic,” but it’s a term he doesn’t mind hearing.(1) After all, they credit his consumption of chaga mushroom tea for stopping his chronic respiratory problems — namely pneumonia or bronchitis —… 0 Shares |

Top 5 Foods that Reduce High Blood Pressure

Approximately 67 million American adults (1 in every 3) have high blood pressure which is linked to stroke and heart disease.(1) Certain lifestyle and dietary behaviors such as smoking, alcohol use, inactivity, carrying excess weight, and not properly managing diabetes… 0 Shares |

Can a Person Die of a Broken Heart? Yes, Say Researchers

Yes, it’s true: experts at the University of Birmingham in the UK have discovered that a person really can die of a so-called broken heart, or more specifically, the grief that comes when an elderly person loses a loved one… 0 Shares |