Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that is also a powerful antioxidant. Vitamin A—like all antioxidants—is involved in reducing inflammation through fighting free radical damage. Consuming a diet...
The Red Juice Trend is Hot This Summer
With the arrival of summer’s hot temperatures, a desire for the cooling quality that fresh juices bring to the body is more strong than ever. While the earthy-flavored green juices tend to be the... Read more
Strength Exercises for Children
Using body weight to build strong muscles not only has numerous benefits, but can also be done anytime, anywhere. Practice these three fun movements to build strength... Read more
A High-Fiber Diet Helps Boost Weight Loss
In today’s world it’s harder than ever to keep your weight under control, as evidenced by the fact that two-thirds of American adults and one-third... Read more
Vitamin B3 Protects Against Skin Cancer
A good intake of vitamin B3, which is found in fish, meats, seeds and nuts – especially peanuts – may help to protect you from skin... Read more
The 21 Best Low-Carb Vegetables
Vegetables are low in calories but rich in vitamins, minerals, and other important nutrients. In addition, many are low in carbs and high in fiber, making them... Read more
Rehydrating With Soda on a Hot Day May Worsen Dehydration
Repeated heat-related dehydration has been associated with increased risk of chronic kidney damage in mice. A new study in rats published in the American Journal of... Read more
High-Energy Exercises for Children
Are your kids home for the summer? Here are three fun high-energy exercises that can be done at home, at the beach, or on the... Read more
Vegan Versions of Classic European Recipes
Let’s face it: Europeans are usually pretty uptight about their traditional foods. Pineapple on a pizza? Ha! An Italian will laugh you out of the... Read more
12 Things That Make You Gain Belly Fat
Excess belly fat is extremely unhealthy. It’s a risk factor for diseases like metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, heart disease and cancer. The medical term... Read more
Worried About Arsenic in Your Baby’s Rice Cereal?
Last month, the FDA proposed setting a limit of 100 parts per billion for inorganic arsenic in infant rice cereal. This proposal came after FDA... Read more
6 Foods That Will Wreck Your Metabolism
There is nothing worse than starting an exercise program to burn fat, making some good diet changes, but still not seeing the results you want to... Read more
Partner Exercises: Show Kids Why It’s Cool to Move
An active lifestyle and proper nutrition is essential for physical growth, as well as social, emotional, and intellectual development. With childhood obesity rates on the... Read more
How Avocado Can Help with Weight Management
Eliminating grain carbs is one of the best and easiest ways to normalize your weight and support your health, but when you cut down on... Read more
Suffering From Back, Hip, or Knee Pain?
America’s butt obsession has reached a fever pitch in recent years. However, we often ignore the most fundamental aspect of this anatomy: structure and support... Read more
Eating Blueberries Can Help Improve Night Vision
By Jonathan Benson, contributing writer to Natural News The health benefits of blueberries are seemingly endless, and among these are improved eyesight, particularly at night. Multiple... Read more
Fitness Trackers: Should You Get One?
Spring is here and with the warm weather comes new motivation to get fit. If you’ve been looking at fitness trackers and are still not... Read more