Monthly Archives: April 2023

This Forgotten “Magic” Herb Can Save Your Heart

By |2023-04-29T12:12:45-04:00April 30th, 2023|Natural Health|

The herb hawthorn has a remarkable history in religion and traditional medicine and, according to today’s medical researchers, a remarkable future in helping us stay healthier. The ancient Celts saw hawthorn as a plant that was part of a gateway to magic, hidden worlds. The Greeks and Romans inserted the [...]

Feeling Chatty? Why That’s A Good Thing…

By |2023-04-23T09:16:31-04:00April 23rd, 2023|Natural Health|

It turns out your parents were wrong: You should talk to strangers. While it may be wise to be cautious, in reality, most chance encounters pose little risk and may actually offer health and important perks to your physical and emotional well-being, researchers say. You may chat with strangers more [...]

Does This Dietary Staple Deserve Its Bad Reputation?

By |2023-04-16T10:09:16-04:00April 16th, 2023|Natural Health|

You’ve no doubt heard about the dangers of eating the humble white potato... that this starchy vegetable causes weight gain, wreaks havoc with your blood sugar, and puts you in danger of Type-2 diabetes. But is it true? Apparently not. You see, there’s no real evidence potatoes cause any of [...]

Can Powdered Scorpion Save You From A Heart Attack?

By |2023-04-08T16:25:06-04:00April 9th, 2023|Natural Health|

Do ants coated in black garlic and rose oil appeal to you? How about deep-fried tarantula or chocolate-covered crickets? Celebrities like Nicole Kidman, Angelina Jolie, and Justin Timberlake swear by the merits of eating bugs. But if that concept is too hard to swallow (literally), you might be willing to [...]

This Mild, Natural Laxative Will Also Safeguard Your Bones

By |2023-04-02T10:17:55-04:00April 2nd, 2023|Natural Health|

Many people eat prunes to promote regular bowel movements. But this fruit has benefits that go well beyond keeping you regular. Over half of Americans age 50 or over have either low bone mass or osteoporosis, which increases the risk of breaks and fractures. Prunes can preserve bone mass and [...]

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