natural health

What You Need to Know About Phytic Acid Foods

Phytic acid is an antioxidant placed in seeds, nuts, and grains as a defense mechanism to repel predators so that they can grow to full maturity. Examples of phytic acid foods are maize, millet, sorghum, wheat, cereals, legumes, seeds, and nuts.[1] When people eat phytic acid foods, it prevents the … Read More

Doctors Near Me: How to Find Integrative Physicians

You've likely heard—or asked—this question more than once: "How do I find good doctors near me?" Locating a physician close to your home can be a daunting task, especially if you're looking for one who will support increasingly popular "natural medicine" practices: Limited pharmaceuticals Treating the root cause 'Finding a … Read More

Juice Cleanse: Health Boon or Dangerous Fad?

There’s no doubt that a glass of freshly juiced fruits and vegetables contains an explosion of vitamins, minerals, and health-promoting phytochemicals, but that does not mean that a juice cleanse is a good idea. The word “cleansing” is often used synonymously with detoxification in the natural health world, and proponents … Read More

3 Top Detox Soup Recipes to Promote Alkalinity

The contemporary Western diet, heavy in meats and grains, is highly acidic. Many of us are now walking around in a state of chronic, low-grade "acidosis." This long-term acidic load takes a toll on our health. Fruits and vegetables, on the other hand, generally promote alkalinity. Some vegetables are especially … Read More

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