Healthy Obsession: Perfect Bites
Written by Kristen
You know those times when you just want a little something to snack on?
Ten tips for better sleep
Written by Examine
Sleep is important. It allows your body to recover, but also to perform vital metabolic processes — such as the cleanup of toxic proteins in the brain, a mouse study showed. And of course, during REM sleep, your “sleeping” brain is very busy consolidating short-term memories into long-term memories.
USDA announces COVID-19 food assistance
Written by foodpolitics.com
The USDA has established a new Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP).
This has $19 billion to distribute to farmers, ranchers, and consumers.
Cutting through the rhetoric, the new program has two parts:
17 Foods to Avoid If You Have Bad Kidneys
Written by Healthline
Your kidneys are bean-shaped organs that perform many important functions.
They’re in charge of filtering blood, removing waste through urine, producing hormones, balancing minerals, and maintaining fluid balance.
My Parenting Rule to Foster Independence (& Save My Sanity)
Written by Wellness Mama
I can’t even count how many times I’ve heard the phrase, “I don’t know how you do it all with six kids!” And the secret is…. I don’t. At least not all of it. And certainly not all the time. That’s been one of the many lessons that motherhood has taught me and it led to one simple parenting rule that makes life easier on all of us.
The 5 Best Nutrients & Practices For Immunity, According To Longevity
Written by Expert David Sinclair, PhD
You might think of longevity a little differently nowadays. Amid a global pandemic, shouldn't we focus on how to stay healthy in the here-and-now rather than as we age? But with a COVID-19 lens, longevity and immunity are two sides of the same coin. After all, a strong immune system has been shown to be paramount for fighting off the virus and lowering mortality.
Lemon water: is it good for you?
Written by Examine
If you've spent any significant amount of time perusing popular diet websites, chances are you’ve seen articles about the many benefits of lemon juice, or as frequently consumed, lemon water. In recent years, lemon water has gone from a simple taste preference to a health trend thanks to a variety of personalities, celebrity doctors, and popular diets.
What Is Jackfruit Good For?
Written by Mercola
A Review of Helpful Antiviral Strategies
Written by Dr. Joseph Mercola
In this interview, recorded April 7, 2020, Dr. Andrew Saul, editor-in-chief of the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, brings us new updates and insights into the COVID-19 pandemic.
Since our March 17, 2020, interview, which focused on the use of vitamin C, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, made the prediction that SARS-Cov-2 would kill anywhere from 100,000 to 240,000 Americans,1 which is still far less than the original prediction of 2.2 million.2
When Countries Get Wealthier, Kids Can Lose Out On Vaccines
Written by PIEN HUANG
You'd think that as a poor country grows wealthier, more of its children would get vaccinated for preventable diseases such as polio, measles and pneumonia.
But a review published in Nature this month offers a different perspective.
"The countries that are really poor get a lot of support for the vaccinations. The countries that are really rich can afford to pay for the vaccines anyway," says Beate Kampmann, director of the Vaccine Centre at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and author of the review.