astragalus and dong quai make you run faster

Two traditional herbs not usually associated with sports or fitness may make you run like Superman.

vitamin D prevents broken bones from falls in menopausal women

The elderly are at higher risk of falling and breaking a bone. But taking a simple vitamin can reduce the risk.

Chocolate: Superfood of the Gods

You know chocolate tastes great. But our new book delivers the best news ever: chocolate is good for you! Order our new book now.

nitrates from vegetables prevent age-related macular degeneration

Preveting a leading cause of blindness later in life could be as simple as eating more of this (and this) . . .

chastetree berry proven for PMS

Most women are affected by PMS, and many of them are put on drugs. That means that many women are regularly prescribed hormones or antidepressants. But they don’t need to be. There’s a very safe herb that effectively does the job!

vitamin D helps children with winter-related eczema

As if your eczema is not annoying enough, it might become even more annoying this winter. Because of the dry air, eczema can become even worse in the winter. But, help is here.

ginkgo better than drugs for tinnitus

Millions of people suffer from the ringing, hissing or clicking sounds of tinnitus. There are pharmaceutical ways and natural ways to help it. But which should you choose?

vegetarian diet reduces greenhouse gasses

The answer may surprise you. You have to change what you eat!

natural remedies help psoriasis

Are there any natural supplements or modalities that can help treat psoriasis? According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, the answer is . . .

saw palmetto berry treats benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), or enlarged prostate, will affect more than half of all men in their lifetime and 90% of all men over 85. What would you do if you knew that there was a herb that was safer than the best drugs and worked at least as well?

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