A new animal study explores an alternative sirtuin-based therapy to block the development of obesity and cardiomyopathy under conditions of excess nutrition, when diet restriction and regular exercise are not feasible.
The most comprehensive synthesis of climate change impacts on the global availability of nutrients to date finds that, over the next 30 years, climate change and higher CO2 could significantly reduce the availability of critical nutrients, representing another challenge to global development and the fight to end undernutrition.
In a massive new analysis of findings from 277 clinical trials using 24 different interventions, researchers say they have found that almost all vitamin, mineral and other nutrient supplements or diets cannot be linked to longer life or protection from heart disease.
(Natural News) Shoppers are starting to notice the effects of the abysmal growing season here in the United States, as grocery stores in various parts of the country are having to post signage explaining that food shortages are the reason why their shelves are unusually bare. At a Kroger supermarket, for instance, one shopper snapped... […]
(Natural News) The nuclear fallout from a Russian submarine that was sunk off the coast of Norway roughly three decades ago has spiked dramatically over the past several years, and experts are scratching their heads trying to figure out why. According to reports, the Soviet-era vessel, which currently sits at the bottom of the Barents... […]
(Natural News) Leftist-run cities like Seattle, Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles have been in the news in recent months because of policies that aid and abet homelessness. Essentially, these policies focus on the decriminalization aspect of homelessness: Local police and enforcement agencies are no longer empowered to clear streets and keep public are […]
(Natural News) The catastrophic asteroid that penetrated planet Earth approximately 66 million years ago caused intense and widespread volcanic activity. Observing geological evidence, today’s scientists largely agree that these natural and celestial forces are the reason dinosaurs were eliminated from the face of the planet at the end of the Cretaceous peri […]
(Natural News) As the terrorist who attacked the ICE facility “and the many other heroic comrades before him have made clear, there are many ways to fight back against a violent fascist regime. Perhaps it’s time for more of us to put our thinking caps on.” This line wasn’t disgorged by an Antifa group, but... […]
(Natural News) Carrots are considered as superfoods for a reason: They’re delicious, full of nutrients, and rich in vitamin A. But can eating carrots really help improve eye health? The amazing nutrient profile of carrots Carrots are versatile root vegetables that can be consumed raw, cooked, or juiced. They can also be used to make various dishes like salad […]
(Natural News) Wu mei wan is a Chinese herbal formulation that has been used traditionally to address digestive disorders. Today, this herbal medicine is clinically prescribed to Chinese patients with diabetes mellitus. Two studies conducted by researchers from Huazhong University of Science and Technology in China focused on wu mei wan and its efficacy in t […]
(Natural News) Spicy peppers are known to aid in weight loss. However, not everyone can tolerate their taste. Fortunately, there is a milder and more palatable alternative: dihydrocapsiate supplements. Dihydrocapsiate is a compound that belongs to the capsinoid family. It is structurally related to the compound capsaicin but is present in non-pungent peppers […]
(Natural News) Researchers from the U.S. investigated the link between the risk of Kawasaki disease (KD) and dietary soy and isoflavone consumption. The results of their study were published in the journal Nutrition Research. KD is defined as acute vasculitis that affects children. Its incidence varies according to ethnicity and is highest in Asian populatio […]
(Natural News) Many studies have shown the importance of getting a good night’s sleep on many aspects of physical and mental health. In a recent paper, researchers from the University of Tubingen in Germany demonstrated how sleep strengthens the immune system. Published in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, the study revealed that getting good-quality sle […]
Table of Contents Choose your tree to match your needs Consider your soil How much care will your tree require? Prune your trees for best results Large evergreens — Screening, privacy and decoration in one tree Dwarf varieties may help develop strong lines for your garden Natural pest and disease control strategies Trees and shrubs are classified as either e […]
Table of Contents Is it a weed or wildflower? When you plant determines how many flowers you enjoy Planting your wildflowers in the fall How to prepare your soil Your garden may be a source of flavorful and medicinal flowers Wildflowers are important to the health and growth of pollinating insects, and attract a variety of bees, birds and butterflies, depend […]
In 2019, 1,762,450 Americans are expected to receive a diagnosis of cancer,1 and it doesn’t matter who you are, hearing “You have cancer” is a devastating blow. Oftentimes, the trauma of the diagnosis is further worsened by well-intentioned people who simply don’t know how to respond to the news. A July 2019 article2 in The Atlantic addresses this sensitive […]
Table of Contents What is spikenard? Help boost your brain function and get other benefits from spikenard Other uses of spikenard Tips on growing spikenard What is spikenard essential oil and how can you use it? Contraindications for spikenard oil use Spikenard (Nardostachys jatamansi), also known as jatamansi,1 is an herb originating from the Himalayas.2 It […]
In 2018, more than 318.2 million people visited U.S. national parks, logging more than 1.4 billion recreation visitor hours.1 Their popularity hints at humans’ inherent desire to spend time in natural spaces, and research backs up the benefits, showing that greater exposure to parks and other “green” spaces is associated with better health and well-being.2 T […]
From the time of the American Revolutionary War when the U.S. won independence from England, Americans have maintained some semblance of a military force. The first Army was initially disbanded except for a few dozen troops. After taking office, President Washington urged Congress to establish an effective system for the military1 “on which the honor, safety […]
Treatments for medical problems have been used since the beginning of human civilization.1 While many illnesses were thought to be the work of supernatural forces, various ancient civilizations created unique systems for treating individuals using, among other things, herbal remedies.2 Despite a lack of scientific knowledge and use of modern technology, many […]
Children experience greater exposure to chemicals pound-for-pound than adults and have an immature and porous blood-brain barrier, which allows greater chemical exposures to reach their developing brain. As a result, early exposures can have devastating, lifelong ramifications. For example, as noted in the scientific review,1 “Neurobehavioral Effects of Deve […]
Every July 4 since our nation declared independence in 1776, Americans have celebrated this truth: "… that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their ju […]
People who have difficulty falling or staying asleep may wish to try using sleep aids. Various over-the-counter, prescription, and natural sleep aids are available. Lifestyle techniques to improve sleep hygiene may also help. Learn more about sleep aids here.
A person may develop scar tissue after receiving a wound or undergoing surgery. Scars can present in a variety of ways, and there are several ways to treat them, including using corticosteroids. However, not all treatments will work for everyone. Learn more about scar tissue here.