Eating certain foods will increase longevity and lifespan. Which foods you ask? A large study has confirmed the findings.
Journal of Plant Medicines | ISSN 2689-4548 | Current Issue: Vol. 8. No. 1
Research confirms that eating more fiber reduces incidence of post-traumatic stress disorder. Fruits and vegetables also reduce anxiety and depression according to studies.
Research confirms that pine bark extract can significantly reduce ADHD symptoms in kids.
Research confirms that Malva Mallow (Malva sylvestris) significantly improves eczema, burns, and wound healing .
New research finds that ginger significantly reduces hay fever symptoms, and outperformed a pharmaceutical hay fever drug in a clinical study.
Research confirms that cinnamon and a number of other natural strategies can significantly reduce overactive bladder and urinary urgency.
Research on Moringa oleifera has found this source of sustainable protein can provide medicinal benefits and help feed a hungry planet.
Natural Cancer Science: The Evidence for Diets, Herbs, Superfoods, and Other Natural Strategies that Fight Cancer
The latest scientific evidence showing the diets that help prevent cancer, the foods and superfoods that deter cancer growth, and the herbal medicines and their constituents that inhibit cancer.
Research confirms that berberine from several plant sources fights a number of cancers.
Cruciferous vegetables benefit the cardiovascular system by reducing artery plaque (atherosclerosis) and advanced blood vessel disease.
Study finds blueberries boost cognitive function within hours of consumption.
Research supports the claim that evening primrose oil can seriously improve symptoms of eczema (atopic dermatitis).
In addition to being healthy for the cardiovascular system, avocados have been found to immediately speed up recovery after exercise.
Ginger proves its antiviral prowess in research evidence against a number of significant virus infections.