Entries by Jennifer


Eating Potassium-Rich Foods Shown to Cut Risk of Stroke, Death in Postmenopausal Women

A recent study conducted by experts at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY has found that postmenopausal women who consume potassium-rich foods are less prone to have strokes and die compared to postmenopausal women who eat foods with less… 0 Shares |

Climate Experts Warn of Apocalyptic Weather Changes over Next Few Decades

It’s no secret that the climate is changing quickly. With severe droughts, more frequent tornadic activity in some areas, or even occurring in areas typically not prone to such weather, and wildly fluctuating temperatures in the course of one day,… 0 Shares |

Raw Milk Sickens 45 People in Utah, Improper Cleansing of Udders Noted

Raw milk is to blame for sickening 45 people in Utah with campylobacteriosis, a bacterial infection that causes fever and abdominal pain and diarrhea.(1) The sickening is linked to purchases of raw cream or milk at Ropelato Dairy in Weber… 0 Shares |

Over 90,000 Pounds of Chicken Caesar Salad Recalled by Sam’s Club Supplier for Possible Listeria Contamination

A possible Listeria monocytogenes (Lm) contamination in pre-made Sam’s Club chicken salads is being cited as the reason behind a recall from APPA Fine Foods, where concerns over 92,000 pounds of the product exist.(1,2) The recall pertains to fully cooked… 0 Shares |

5 Foods to Help Improve Eye Health

It’s estimated that by the age of 65, one in three adults will have a vision-impairing condition, and less than 20 years after that, half of the adult population will have issues with their eye health.(1) However, with changes to… 0 Shares |

Top 4 Natural Alternatives for Headache Relief, Reducing Muscle Pain

It’s no secret that many people pop a pill, often out of habit and without second thought, to fight off everything from muscle pains to headaches. However, whether they’re an over-the-counter purchase or one jotted down on a prescription pad,… 0 Shares |

Eating More Fruits and Vegetables Linked to Greater Psychological Flourishment

Creativity at a standstill? Feeling without a sense of purpose in life lately? Try eating more broccoli and bananas. According to a recent study, people who eat fruits and vegetables experience more pleasurable feelings of well-being that include a sense… 0 Shares |

Restore Inner Peace and Sanity Through Positive Thinking and Healthy Foods

As people hear all kinds of unsettling news about the world, from widespread diseases and droughts to corruption and cover-ups, it’s not surprising that individuals are craving more inner peace to help restore their sanity. In fact, Mike Adams recently… 0 Shares |

Kentucky School District Opts Out of Federal Lunch Program that Provides Healthy School Lunches

Despite recent federal reports stating that obesity rates among 2- to 5-year-old children have gone down 43 percent in the past 10 years, the fact remains that over 15 percent of all U.S. children and adolescents are obese, a statistic… 0 Shares |

Weight Loss Can Lead to Depression, Says Newest Research

A new study conducted by researchers in the UK and recently published in PLUS ONE found that despite the health benefits and society’s emphasis on feelings of happiness assumed to come with weight loss, those who shed pounds may actually… 0 Shares |