By some estimates, the meat and dairy industry is responsible for up to half of all greenhouse gas emissions.
Kids who receive several rounds of antibiotics before age two may be at an increased risk of being overweight by age five, suggests a new study.
Coconut is everywhere these days: beauty products, baked goods, and smoothies, just to name a few. With it comes a host of health benefits including antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties.
Superfoods are exactly what you expect them to be: Foods packed with nutrition that give you the most bang for your buck and calorie. This means that consuming them regularly may help improve your health, build immunity
Ginger is one of the oldest medicinal foods. Ayurvedic texts credit ginger as a “universal great medicine”. An old Indian proverb says that “everything good is found in ginger.”
Oil pulling is an ancient detoxification practice. Simple and inexpensive, it can reduce dental plaque, re-mineralize teeth, strengthen your gums and fight gingivitis. It attracts and removes bacteria and toxins.
Daikon is a common ingredient in Asian cuisine and it contains natural enzymes that aid in the digestion of fat and carbohydrates.
As law enforcement begins to piece together mass shooter Elliot Rodger’s bloody rampage, disturbing details about the community college student’s dependence on Xanax emerge.
In Eastern philosophy, Yin is female, lethargic, quiet, and mild; Yang is male, energetic, social, and violent. It is correct to look to excessive Yang force in an individual who has angry outbursts.
There’s no use in trying to hide it, so I’m just gonna go ahead and lay it on you from the start. I get a little unnaturally excited about garlic scapes…
Certain foods actually help to eliminate mucus, thus doing the work of a cold or other illness.
There are no known cures for the common cold; however, your kitchen cabinets are likely stocked with many ingredients that can help relieve symptoms and speed up recovery.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officers carry confiscated ivory to a crusher to be pulverized, at the National Wildlife Property Repository, at Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge.