Sub-Saharan Africa is known for its famous baobab tree. The baobab tree is known as the “Tree of Life,” and the “Upside-Down Tree.” The baobab tree is known as the “Tree of Life” due to its remarkable capacity to withstand harsh and arid heat.
Rose hips are the tasty end-point fruits that follow the flowering of roses. They’re so loaded with vitamin C that they outrank oranges by a two-to-one margin. They also contain vitamin A, calcium, iron and other beneficial minerals.
This spring, change your pattern. Try these five common herbs that have the capacity to clear out the old, stuck, and toxic, as well as help rebuild overall health and wellness.
One of the perplexing problems of childhood autism is the presence of a myriad of symptoms that make it difficult to live in their own skin, hear the sounds around them, digest their food, and enjoy normal sleep. Here we discuss these issues of ‘sense-disconnect’ and how to start reconnecting these kids.
Busy kids don’t usually think much about healthy eating, or eating at all. That’s why it’s your job to help your children with great food choices so they will grow into the healthy adults you want them to be. Your kids probably care a lot more about Superman than super-food, but you can change that […]
No one wants to talk about them, no one wants to think about them, and we certainly don’t want to know that they’re inside all of us, but the truth is we all have parasites to some degree.
Irritable bowel syndrome can be managed by diet, lifestyle changes, and natural supplementation.
When visitors “adopt” their very own blueberry plant, they learn – especially the children – more about the farming life, as well as reaping the rewards by harvesting fresh blueberries.
Colorectal cancer is highly treatable if detected early, and fiber can be a key to prevention.
The author makes some practical suggestions for a healthier approach both to holiday eating and to making those New Year’s resolutions that often result from the excesses of the holidays