vitamin D may prevent COVID, reduce severity and reduce risk of death

While the most important studies have shown that vitamin D can contribute to the prevention of COVID-19, to recovery from COVID-19, to keeping you out of the ICU and to preventing death, new research adds 3 more studies to the mountain of evidence.

omega-3 essential fatty acids prevent heart disease and death from heart disease

The most comprehensive study ever done on supplementing omega-3 fatty acids has confirmed that they are great for your heart!

boswellia benefits irritable bowel syndrome

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is an uncomfortable and painful condition that causes abdominal pain. It is the most common disorder of the gastrointestinal tract, affecting as many as 15% of all people. That’s a lot of people who could benefit from help that is both safe and effective. Well, help may come from a mystical herb that is as old as the Bible.


It’s time to get past the disinformation that nuts are fattening, so you can eat them, enjoy them and live longer!

acupuncture improves cognition after stroke

Do you know someone who has recently suffered a stroke? Do you know a good acupuncturist?

valerian improves sleep in people who have undergone coronary artery bypass graft surgery

Valerian is simply the best herb there is for insomnia. A new study reinforces that the king of sleep herbs is up for the toughest of challenges. If it can work for them, it can work for you!

fiber and other strategies for treating leaky gut may prevent serious cases of COVID-19

Could this be the easisest and most effective way to prevent serious cases of COVID? A recent review of the research suggests it can!

dill reduces duration of labour in pregnancy

Pregnant women may have a craving for dill: and we don’t mean the pickles!

Thailand approves the herb andrographis for early stage COVID-19

Thailand’s health ministry has made this surprising herb the first herb to be approved for treating COVID-19.

vegetarian diets help prevent and treat metabolic syndrome

Metabolic syndrome is a growing problem. It is now believed to affect an incredible 25% of all adults in the world. It is heavily affected by diet, so a dietary solution would be really desirable.

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