Not only is krill oil possibly the best source of omega-3, but it has countless other benefits.
Awareness is the first step in taking control of a situation. When it comes to preventing birth defects, these tips will increase parent’s chance of a healthier newborn at birth.
Heavy metals are everywhere: in our food, cleaning supplies, and the air we breathe. Once inside our bodies they weigh us down with compromised health. But there is hope. Learn how seaweed, garlic, and sweat can help you regain your health stride.
The great fallacy is that things that make you feel good are bad for you. Do the things that feel good, and you may live longer! Find out how these six beliefs are actually false and you may find yourself a little bit freer!
It turns out that humans produce their own cannabinoids, chemicals responsible for homeostasis (including fighting off diseases) in a variety of organs and systems of the body.
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Environment Canada has given the U.S. biotech firm AquaBounty the green light to produce genetically modified fish eggs in Canada. If it gets FDA approval in the U.S. as well, the company can anticipate being able to ramp up commercial production.
People who eat pumpkin guts have lower risks of gastric, breast, lung and colorectal cancers. But wait, there’s more!
Kale is far more nutritious than other leafy greens, but these seven reasons why it is such an important futurefood may surprise you.
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A growing body of research suggests there may be a powerful connection between the foods you eat and your risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
Of all the bad food choices out there, this deep-fried mess stands out as the most dangerous.
Cantaloupe is just one of the nutrient-rich, heart-healthy foods worth celebrating.
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