Natural Solutions

  • Federal Judge Rules Against Corn Processors


    American sugar farmers are facing off against big corn processors in an effort to stop false advertising regarding high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), and a federal judge has recently ruled that the case must go forward.

  • Black Licorice: Trick or Treat?


    According to the FDA, you really can overdose on candy—or, more precisely, black licorice.

    Days before the biggest candy-eating holiday of the year, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) encourages moderation if you enjoy snacking on the old-fashioned favorite.

    So, if you’re getting your stash ready for Halloween, here’s some advice from FDA:

  • The Power of Magnesium


    Taking appropriate doses of supplements regularly can result in better health and a longer life.

  • Natural Cold and Flu Prevention


    Every winter brings a new variety of influenza viruses. The body isn’t able to build up the natural defenses to fight against the onslaught of these viruses. Researchers have found that the conventional flu vaccine is only mildly effective in treating the elderly population, who are most urged to get a vaccination.

  • Orange Juice Boosts Nutrition


    The health benefits of orange juice have been under debate recently. Some people say that the high amounts of added sugar negate the benefits of vitamin C and other nutrients available in orange juice.

  • Follow an Ayurvedic Routine to Keep Stress at Bay

    Utilize the six tips below to become more cool, calm, and collected.

    Many of us may not realize how stress influences every part of our lives. According to Ayurveda, the ancient system of medicine originating in India 5,000 years ago, stress is initially responsible for 90 percent of all illnesses.

  • Running with Cancer


    Having trouble getting off the couch? Here’s a little motivation for you.

    Don Wright is running a series of marathons this fall despite the fact that he has had cancer for more than eight years. And despite the fact that he is 70 years old!

    “Here I am living with cancer, and my biggest complaint is runner’s knee!”

  • More Restraunts Food Allergy-Friendly

    Living with food allergies no longer means avoiding dining out.

    Not too long ago, a food allergy meant avoiding restaurants in fear of a reaction, or taking a risk and hoping that a flush of hives weren’t part of the main course. Thankfully, more restaurants are food allergy-friendly, providing alternative ingredients and more.

  • More Americans Turn to Massage for Health Needs

    National Massage Therapy Awareness Week strives to educate about massage

    A good massage has the immediate benefit of relaxation, but did you know that massage can also lessen back pain, boost the immune system, improve sleep, decrease migraine headaches, and lower blood pressure?

  • You Are What You Eat

    America celebrates food day with more than 2,000 events in 50 states

    Yesterday a diverse range of organizations, public officials, and Americans from all walks of life celebrated Food Day—a nationwide grassroots mobilization that encourages Americans to eat healthy, delicious food grown in a sustainable and humane way and to advocate for smarter food policies.