Here are six sensational superfoods that will leave you feeling good on the inside and looking great on the outside.
Ever wondered about the history of the Food Pyramid? HoneyColony takes an investigative look at how the Ag Industry has (negatively) influenced our diet.
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Don’t look now, but up to 95 percent of the world population may be sick from a spectrum of chronic conditions. Antibiotics are failing as “intelligent” bacteria produce gooey shields. But there is hope in the form of alternative medicines. Learn what they can do for you.
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Research has revealed another exciting use for the amazing substance called “propolis” — this time in the fight against cancer.
Mainstream nutrition can’t stop telling lies that may lead you straight to obesity and disease. Here’s a look at some seriously bad advice that’s been completely refuted by science.
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Gerber claims their iron-fortified rice cereal is just what babies need when they are ready to start eating solid foods. But according to Gerber’s ingredients, the product is neither good nor safe.
Can we prevent cancer? Mainstream medicine wants to say no, but new information is pointing to yes. Find out how you can start winning the battle using these herbs and plants in your daily routine.
Cold weather causing a chill in your bones and being? Invest in food therapy with these seven warming herbs.
All your life you’ve been told too much cholesterol from eggs and butter will clog your arteries. Cholesterol is necessary for the body to function properly. Read how the confusion started and what you can do.
We’ve seen the dirty dozen, but what about the clean 15? Here’s a handy look at the fruit and veggies least likely to be contaminated by pesticides.
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The Vitamix blender has become a dream kitchen gadget for many foodies. What is it about these machines that has given them such iconic status in so many American kitchens?
Less than 10 percent of Americans will keep their New Year’s resolutions for even the first week! Why do we give up so quickly, and what can we do to stay on track?