There are plenty of reasons to go dairy-free, yet it is very difficult when most modern recipes include at least one product that contains milk.
Healthy Holiday Chocolate Desserts
November 28 2017
Making healthy choices doesn’t have to mean giving up all delicious desserts. Desserts made with healthy ingredients can be a great way to satisfy a sweet tooth while nourishing the body.
Can Probiotics and Digestive Enzymes Create Harmony in your Gut?
July 31 2019
Does your gut feel like a warzone? For many, the answer is yes. In the United States, surveys have shown that more than half of American adults suffer from chronic gut and stomach discomfort.
Natural Approaches to PCOS
November 26 2018
Polycystic ovarian syndrome, commonly known as PCOS, is a condition that’s believed to affect up to 10 percent of women between the ages of 16 to 45 worldwide. Women who have PCOS frequently have higher than usual insulin blood levels and carry excess weight, which contributes to many hormonal changes in the body, resulting in excess hair growth, acne, menstrual irregularities, and fertility challenges.
Boost Energy Levels With Keto Fat Bombs
August 15 2018
When people are on the ketogenic diet, they aim to eat a lot of fat, a moderate amount of protein and almost no carbs. This macronutrient ratio encourages the body to go into ketosis where fat cells are supposedly burned for energy. Those on the keto diet often find that it is tricky to get enough fat into their diet simply by eating three meals a day. People dealing with this issue have come up with the idea of a keto bomb to solve their problem.
Natural Approaches to Improving Male Testosterone Levels
December 17 2018
Many men with suboptimal health often find themselves having difficulty with intimate physical relations.
What is Monk Fruit? + Healthy Monk Fruit recipes
October 12 2018
A growing trend in the health food world is the use of monk fruit. This is a small, green fruit that's also known by the name of Luo Han Guo or Siraitia Grosvenorii.
The Benefits of Fasting
May 23 2018
Since the days of antiquity, our ancestors routinely fasted, abstaining from eating food and sometimes even certain drinks for prolonged periods of time. Hippocrates (460 BC-370 BC) and Plato (428-348 BC) discuss fasting in ancient Greek writings. Paracelsus (1493 to 1541), a Swiss physician, alchemist, and astrologer, considered along with Hippocrates to be one the fathers of Western medicine believed, “Fasting is the greatest remedy—the physician within”.
5 Natural Ways to Boost Your Energy and Beat the After-Lunch Slump
January 4 2019
Just like our mobile phones, we start the day with a full charge. However, as the hours progress, you probably notice that your personal “charge” frequently drops.
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