April showers bring May flowers…along with pollen, grasses, and weeds that can trigger allergies. It’s hard to enjoy the warm spring weather when it keeps you running for the tissue box. How can you support your body to better prepare for allergy season?
When the seasons change and the weather gets colder and wetter, many people experience stiffer, achier joints. Changes in temperature and barometric pressure may cause the body to react in ways that exacerbate joint discomfort. Here are the top 3 ways the weather can affect your joints.
The coffee trend isn’t going anywhere, but a variety of healthy coffee alternatives are also becoming popular in the wellness community. Made from herbs, teas, and superfoods, these warming drinks are not just comforting, but come with some extra health benefits, too.
It’s normal to feel a little sluggish and heavy after a long winter. A gentle spring cleanse can help your body release stored toxins, clear out waste, and allow your detox organs and digestive system to rest and recover so that they can work more efficiently for you.
Without herbs and spices, food would be pretty bland. Along with adding flavor to our food, many spices have additional health benefits as well. The next time you cook, try to incorporate one of these five spices into your dishes.
The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) reports that anxiety disorders affect roughly 40 million adult Americans. Conventional medications do not address the root cause of the problem and only treat symptoms. But natural remedies can be safe and effective way to help calm the mind and the nerves.
Many things can lead to inflammation, including certain types of food, stress and a sedentary lifestyle. According to some studies, however, eating the right types of foods can reduce inflammation effectively. The following 10 anti-inflammatory foods should be included in your diet.
Turmeric is a potent spice that has been extensively researched for its natural health benefits. Turmeric is rich in bioactive compounds, including curcumin, the compound that provides its golden color as well as many of its benefits. Here are the top 5 benefits of turmeric.
Turmeric can be very effective at helping the body maintain a normal inflammatory response. Since many allergy symptoms, such as coughing and sinusitis, are the result of a hyperactive inflammatory response, turmeric may help improve these symptoms.