Many of us want to simplify our lives and do a detox cleanse to ring in the New Year. The simple detox program presented here—consisting of a liver detox tea and the Elimination Diet— is uncomplicated, inexpensive, and effective!
Nearly one-third of Americans have non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)—now the most common chronic disease of the liver. Although rarely discussed in conventional medical offices and even less in the media, NAFLD is epidemic.
This stealthy condition can go undetected for years—with deadly consequences. Once advanced, NAFLD cannot be reversed. It
Healthy skin reflects overall health, which means it can be influenced, for better or for worse, by the nutrients in your diet. A poor diet can contribute to inflammation, oxidative stress, and glycation (bonding of a protein to a sugar molecule), three factors that contribute to skin aging as well
Glutathione is the main antioxidant used by the body, and research shows that depleted glutathione may contribute to conditions like Parkinson’s disease, autism, and cystic fibrosis.
A variety of herbal remedies and self-management tools can be effective natural remedies for overactive bladder; try these safe, natural options to start finding relief today.
Extracts from the milk thistle plant have numerous health benefits. These impressive milk thistle uses range from boosting bone strength to fighting cancer and more.
The benefits of MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) are already well known for joint health, but the sulfur found in MSM may be important for a whole host of other health reasons as well. Why? A study suggests that much of the population, especially seniors, may not be getting enough sulfur.
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease has become so prevalent in the U.S. that now almost one in five adults suffer from the condition. Fortunately, natural fatty liver treatment can reverse the disease if caught early enough.
A new study in women has found that obesity causes even more liver-related disease and death than regular consumption of alcohol. And, liver disease risks are especially elevated with the combination of the two.
The Folklore. True to its appearance, the artichoke also has a bit of a prickly lore. The Ancient Greeks credit Zeus with its creation. As punishment for the deception of Cynara, his mortal seductress turned goddess, he transformed her into the artichoke plant. In its native Mediterranean turf, the artichoke