Sulforaphane and Your Vision

It might be easier to ensure healthy vision than you think. Eyesight is a fundamental part of human perception and cognition, and yet the causes of retinal disease, including blindness, remain a mystery. Although medical research has not yet found a cure, researchers have discovered a food group that helps...

Product of the Month: Myomin

Estrogen plays a big role in developing female sex characteristics. It is a vital hormone in childbearing and in keeping a woman's bone strength. Additionally, it also contributes to cell activity and helps determine how cells will function. Indeed, it is important to various growth processes during puberty and into...

Product of the Month: Angiostop

Every day, thousands of people die because of cancer. However, cancer doesn't necessarily have to be a death sentence. If cancer is caught early enough, there are a variety of natural solutions that can actually help deliver good outcomes and improve chances of survival.  For instance, taking Angiostop right after...

Dealing with Cancer – Natural Treatments that Work

Did you know that changes in your body's natural capabilities can lead to the growth of cancer? The weakening of your immune system, an unbalanced PH, the reduction of cell oxygenation, and of course, the rise in toxicity levels in your body can result in this much-dreaded disease. Before you...

How Important is Maintaining Optimal Vitamin C Levels?

According to integrative health experts, deficiency in Vitamin C can increase the risk of various serious conditions that include cancer, diabetes, and heart disease, among others. A recent study sheds light on the connection between the levels of Vitamin C and one’s physical and mental health. Without a doubt, this...

Vitamin D and Its Benefits for Sunburn and Other Conditions

We all know that sunlight is an excellent source of vitamin D, and while that’s good, excessive exposure can cause sunburn which can be really painful. Ironically, a new study shows that high doses of Vitamin D can also ease sunburn – reducing redness and inflammation! What did the study...

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