Folk medicine has long prescribed ginger to promote circulation and act as a stimulant. Recent interest in Western scientific research has substantiated many of the traditional applications for this root.
The humble beet, often used as a colorful garnish on the table, is finally getting some respect. Rich in natural sugar, sodium, sulphur, chlorine, iodine, and copper along with vitamins B1, B2, C and bioflavonoids, it's health benefits have been known for generations.
There’s a lot more to water than quenching our thirst! […]
The proper diet is critical to regain and maintain good health after a bout with cancer!
We know that weight gain puts the heart at risk - but until recently not much research has been done linking obesity and cancer. Now the largest study ever done shows a powerful link between being overweight and a variety of cancers -- in fact nearly all of them!
We all know that extra weight can put the heart at risk, but until recently, not much research had been done linking obesity and cancer. Now the largest study ever done shows a powerful link between being overweight and a variety of cancers — in fact nearly all of them! […]
Prostate cancer is the second most deadly disease for American males.
Broccoli is one of the foods we mention most often in Peter's Principles Blog. It's known to be an anti-aging superfood that retunes the metabolism and protects against heart disease and cancer. It even rejuvenates the mitochondrial function (the power house of cells) to prevent chronic illnesses. Now, new research indicates that sulforaphane, a phytochemical found in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables, may prevent osteoarthritis, the most commonly found form of arthritis.More...
We all know that weight gain can put the heart at risk, but did you know there's a connection between obesity and cancer? The largest study ever done indicated a powerful link between being overweight and a variety of cancers -- in fact nearly all of them!
Research has shown that different spices offer a wide array of health benefits. Recently, studies have suggested that curcumin, the yellowish component in turmeric that gives curry it's flavor, can suppress tumors.