From the monthly archives:

March 2015

The Perfect Cup Of Tea

March 31, 2015

Studies come out frequently enough that I think most people realize there are health benefits to be had from both coffee and tea—but since both are used primarily as stimulants, it’s easy to miss where the benefits come from (it’s not the caffeine). Coffee, tea, chocolate, and related plants have high antioxidant content, as well […]

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Caffeine can jolt you awake, give you an energy boost, and sharpen your focus…but at a price. It’s natural, but not necessarily safe. If you’re looking to enhance your sports performance, caffeine might seem like a good short-cut, especially if you’re tired from training for your event. Yeah, it can give you a quick boost, […]

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Three new studies tie our gut health to our brains, as well as our risk for Type 2 Diabetes. Should all babies receive probiotics? It might eventually become a recommendation, as mounting evidence ties autism with gut bacteria. First, kids with autism are more likely to have gastrointestinal troubles. Specifically, constipation and diarrhea are more […]

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Past research has shown that current Vitamin D recommendations hover right at the cusp of Vitamin D deficiency. To do better, new research says you need about 10 times as much Vitamin D as is currently recommended! Vitamin D offers support and protection from a wide range of health issues, including diabetes, lifespan, prostate health, […]

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The long harsh winter is expected to cause a shorter, but more intense allergy season, and some areas are already getting reports from allergy sufferers. In fact, this years allergy season may be bad enough to cause symptoms in people who normally don’t suffer from allergies! Fighting back against allergy symptoms! Keep your air filters […]

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