Did you know you may have historical wonder drugs in your cabinet? And we’re not referring to your medicine cabinet. Consider your kitchen: Herbs and spices have been used as antidotes ever since mankind felt the first pangs of pain and illness. Many spices and herbs that you can find in your
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Your immune system is like a home security system. When you suffer an injury or infection, it sets off an alarm—what we know as an inflammatory response—by sending immune cells to neutralize viruses, bacteria, and other intruders that breach your outer defenses, thereby protecting healthy cells and tissues from damage.
A heart-healthy diet also should take into account the types of herbs and spices discussed in this chapter: seasoning touches that can also do your body some good. We’ll also take a look at beverages known to help (or hurt) your health.
Basil and thyme: Basil is a good source of
If you’re one of the millions of Americans suffering from osteoarthritis, you’ve likely wondered about the best supplements for joint pain. Based on hundreds of studies, these supplements are the most promising.
Is it possible that just by adding delicious olive oil to your salads you could also be protecting your brain from the development of Alzheimer’s disease? Yes! And, protecting your memory is just one of the many health benefits of olive oil.
With age comes wisdom. And for many women, age also brings hot flashes, vaginal dryness and moodiness. This is menopause, the time in a woman’s life when her menstrual periods stop. That’s something many women would look forward to if the change were swift and uneventful. Alas, that is not
As 2004 comes to a close, EN takes a look back plus peeks into the future. Over this past year we?ve covered nutrition news as varied as the possible role of vitamin D in helping people with multiple sclerosis to the hidden health benefits in your morning cup of coffee.