Category Archives: Organic Living
To a world raised on conventional foods and thinking, scientists and consumers alike have been touting the nutritional value and overall healthfulness of organics. And as a new study reveals more insight into the value of organics, those who before avoided the truth are once again forced to as the question: Is organic food really […]
Your skin is your body’s largest organ; it protects you from the harsh environmental elements of sun, water, dust and chemicals. Every now and then, the ugly acne monster rears its head and your skin breaks out into angry red pimples. At this stage, most of us turn to expensive cosmetics laden with harsh chemicals […]
Ginger is a tonic and stimulant. It is known to help reduce fever and cleanse the body of toxins. It also has blood thinning properties, inhibits cell-clotting enzymes in your blood stream, lowers cholesterol, and reduces migraine headaches.
More than 25 million people worldwide are affected by age-related macular degeneration and cataracts, which according to the American Optometric Association is the leading cause of blindness in people over age 55.
For those who have performed face yoga exercises as part of their day-to-day or weekly beauty treatment, the answer is already accepted. Face massaging exercise remedies work speedily and they work good! Here we explore what face rubbing workouts can do for both gents and women.
Health food staples are invading America’s bath products. Quinoa, seaweed and alternative oils such as coconut and avocado oils are increasingly being found in personal care products, everything from hair care to makeup to lotions and face cleansers.
In Ayurveda, any disease is considered due to imbalance of the three doshas- Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Based on the doshas, Diabetes is classified into twenty sub classes i.e. 10 sub classes are related to Kapha , 6 classes related to Pitta and 4 classes related to Vata.
A new book by Daniel Tapper explores the myths about the things we eat and reveals the often unsettling truth about how they reach our plates.
In recent times, all forms of natural treatments that do not induce any side effects are in vogue. Human kind is slowly waking up to the fact that natural treatments like massage and reflexology actually work.
Mention that you’re having trouble sleeping to any group of people, and you’ll be inundated with all kinds of advice. But if you’re like us, you want some scientific proof to back up an insomnia remedy before you risk a whole night of shut-eye on it. These 8 natural remedies have just that….
Reviving your skin doesn’t start and end with skincare. It’s about what goes into your body too. I’m not going to lie and say I eat a healthy diet every day, but eating right really does affect your skin. Ever noticed how if you’ve had a weekend of eating takeaways and drinking a little too […]
Foods grown without toxic chemicals aren’t just good for the environment. A new study by Newcastle University in the UK shows that organic foods actually contain more cancer-fighting antioxidants and less toxic residue than …
Organic Food Has More Antioxidants, Less Pesticide Residue: Study
Organic food really is better for your health than its conventional counterparts.
New York Daily News Top 10 trends in natural and organic foods New York Daily News Lentils, beets, and bee-less honey.