If you have insomnia or irregular sleep patterns, you need to try this natural trick to help you fall asleep and relieve insomnia symptoms.
Resolutions that reasonable, enjoyable even (not scary like giving up chocolate!).
The New Year is right around the corner. What is your resolution? Try adopting these tips to kick off 2017 in the healthiest way possible.
Granola is usually cooked in oil and coated in sugar or syrup, making it one of the least healthy breakfast choices disguised as good for you.
10 foods most often mistaken for health foods — and the truly healthy, nutrition options to trade them in for.
There are healthy quick fixes you can try if immediate gratification is still more your thing.
Plants and herbs metabolize our lifestyles, illnesses, emotions, traumas, joys and even our thoughts.
Nearly every day some new study comes out touting the benefits of black cumin seeds. Originally from Egypt, black cumin grows in a tiny pod that requires soaking before the tiny seeds can be released.
More than 90 percent of U.S. children aged 6-18 years eat more sodium than the recommended daily allowance because of the prevalence of salty foods.
Gaining clarity on your goals eliminates room for negotiation, a fierce willpower killer.
From environmental pollutants to the food we eat, our bodies are exposed to toxins. Find out if you need to cleanse to improve your health.
Finding lasting happiness is a lot like getting in shape physically. You have to work your positivity muscles daily.
Companies aren’t even required to label their products to reflect whether they’ve been tested on animals.
Coconuts, when included as an integral part of your diet, could lead to health benefits including slower aging.
It can be hard to keep the weight off during the holidays. That’s why we’ve got the 10 best tips to keep you healthy this holiday season.
Living raw is not about eating a “diet,” it’s about living a healthy LIFESTYLE. Here are 10 tips to help you on your way.
Some people claim that healthy eating takes a lot of time and is complicated. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Key findings about how exercise changes the brain’s anatomy, physiology and function.