It has been stated that compared to women, more men smoke, drink, make unhealthy or risky health decisions, and are more likely to put off medical check-ups and to delay treatment for conditions.
Known as the “Queen of Greens”, kale is a member of the cruciferous vegetable family along with bok choy, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, collards, etc.
Did you know there are over 20 different types of headaches? While tension headaches are said to be the most frequent, migraines are the most debilitating.
A group of water-soluble nutrients, the B vitamins help enzymes to react chemically with other substances. They are required daily as they are water soluble and easily depleted by stress, poor diet, certain medications, alcohol and smoking.
Essential Omega Fatty Acids are especially crucial before, during and after pregnancy. Among these are omega-3 providing DHA and EPA.
Turmeric root has been used for thousands of years in Asia and India. You may be familiar with the use of this traditional spice in curry dishes, but were you aware that it also offers tremendous health benefits?
There are more than 200 different viruses known to cause symptoms of the common cold. In North America, there are billions each year, with children averaging 6-8 and adults averaging 2-4 colds yearly.
Valerian is used as a mild sedative for the treatment of insomnia and sleep disorders. By promoting a sense of calm and relaxation, it supports natural sleep, anxiety, nervousness, etc.
Nutritionist, Joy McCarthy states that “It’s not that organic food is more expensive, it’s that mass-manufactured, industrial farmed and packaged foods have become so cheap!