Posted December 13, 2018
Does using moringa for diabetes management work? In this post, we'll review the science behind this green superfood and see if it really can be used to naturally control your blood sugar. You might actually be surprised by the results...
Posted December 12, 2018
Are you familiar with valerian root? This popular perennial herb, also known as “nature’s Valium” has been used in traditional medicine for centuries due to its health benefits. You may have heard that valerian has sleep-inducing qualities. Well, here are just some of its benefits.
Posted December 10, 2018
In today's Monday roundup, Alex Reid discusses a UC Berkeley study on dangerous substances in women's care products, plus the risk of using a neti pot and a protein that "could propel a cure for Alzheimer's."
Posted December 6, 2018
This is Part 2 of our exclusive interview with Meg Majumder. She is a Harvard Medical student who researches neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Her research started as an undergraduate at UC Berkeley and includes the use of artificial intelligence to diagnose and treat these diseases...
Posted December 4, 2018
Meg Majumder is a Harvard Medical student who researches neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Her research started as an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley and includes the use of artificial intelligence to diagnose and treat these diseases, plus the ethical implications that follow.
Posted December 3, 2018
Welcome to your Monday roundup! This week, we examine how dietary changes can affect mental health, as well as a new cancer treatment. Plus, head to Facebook for info on a recall.
Posted November 29, 2018
Do you routinely suffer with bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, and fatigue? Think you have a gluten sensitivity? You may be allergic to fructan instead. Read on to discover what this compound is, how it leads to intestinal discomfort, and what you can do to solve it...
Posted November 27, 2018
Valerian root vs. melatonin... they're two of the most popular sleep aids. Both have been proven to help users but is one better than the other? Is one worse than the other to take at certain times? Which one should you use to fix your sleep problems? Let's find out...
Posted November 26, 2018
Alex Reid here with your post-Thanksgiving roundup. Today's top story is a study from the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. Researchers found that even in chaotic and dysfunctional families, holding regular family dinners provides HUGE health benefits for children and teenagers.
Posted November 23, 2018
Exogenous ketones vs. MCT oil: Both are popular supplements, especially with those who follow the ketogenic diet. Sure, you might see them on store shelves, but do they really work? And if they do, which one is better? Let’s find out the answer to both questions right now.
Posted November 20, 2018
Do exogenous ketones work? They're being touted as the next great weight loss shortcut. With any diet, it’s almost impossible to follow the keto plan perfectly all the time. That’s where exogenous ketones come in. But what's the truth behind this popular supplement?
Posted November 19, 2018
Some breaking news on the chemical front. It turns out that the most commonly used dry cleaning chemical is a potent neurotoxin.
Posted November 16, 2018
Should you take banaba leaf extract for diabetes? Multiple studies have confirmed that this tropical plant has powerful blood sugar-lowering effects. In this post, we'll also reveal the other powerful healing benefits of the banaba leaf, including weight loss and improved heart health.
Posted November 13, 2018
In this post, we reveal the powerful connection between L-theanine and sleep. But the benefits don't stop there. We'll also reveal how L-theanine fights stress, helps you lose weight, balances your blood sugar, and enhances focus.
Posted November 12, 2018
There is now a legal FDA-approved cannabinoid medication on the market. This is a mixed bag for observers, who are glad to see mainstream acceptance of pot's medicinal properties but are skeptical that large pharmaceutical companies are the best agents of delivery.