When it comes to monitoring health, many people associate the color red with alarm–a warning sign from the body that’s something’s amiss. But when it comes to healthy eating, red can be an outstanding choice! The pigments that give red foods (blue and purple edibles, too) their nutritious properties are called anthocyanins–and they’re well known as antioxidants.
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An onslaught of cold weather and snow isn’t the only challenge winter brings. Dry skin is the other. And for many people, dealing with rough, flaky patches on the body is a time-consuming and not always successful process.
Fortunately, several natural solutions have been shown to improve dry skin.
Thanksgiving is a time to express gratitude for our families, friends and the ability to share what is meaningful. One of the most important gifts to share is health, and there’s no better place to do that than at the dinner table.
After menopause, many women are eager to embrace a new lifestyle that includes enhancing or rekindling sexual feelings for their partners. But turning 50 often comes with a list of excuses for avoiding passion and intimacy. Too tired. Too busy. No desire.
If you’re concerned about sex drive, here are three herbs that might help bring your desires out of retirement.
Many women are so constantly stressed and fatigued that they find it hard to make it through the day. The culprit is often their adrenal glands, which have been overworked to the point of exhaustion. When adrenal health isn’t optimal, other systems in the body may be thrown off, as well. Here are three herbs that can be used to address balance and energy in the body.
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