5 Safe And Effective Home Remedies For Depression

Depression feels like a dark fog that never lifts. It obscures the simple pleasures of life, limits our relationships, and impedes us from fulfilling goals and aspirations that can bring us joy, fulfilment and meaning.

Getting past the black clouds that disrupt our lives is no easy task. Depression and anxiety are not conditions that can easily be brushed away. Conventional pharmaceuticals have a surprisingly poor record track record of helping people (especially over the long-term) and they are not without serious side-effects…..Readmore


Drink This Tea To Protect Your Eyes From Glaucoma

Preventive medicine is a farsighted approach to health. This is doubly true when it comes to protecting your most precious sense — vision. If you are on the lookout for foods and beverages that can help safeguard your eyesight, then here are five evidence-based things you should consider adding to your diet.

1. Tea
According to a new study, tea drinkers have a 74 percent lower risk of developing glaucoma, a condition that is one of the leading causes of blindness worldwide….Readmore

New Study: This Is What Happens To Your Brain On Processed Salt

The average American consumes about 3400 milligrams of sodium daily, most of it coming from processed foods. Now it turns out processed salt could be downright dangerous for your brain according to a new study. But are all salts created equal? And isn’t too little salt in your diet as equally dangerous? Here’s why you need to switch to Himalayan salt.

This is what happens to your brain on processed salt
So, it turns out, all that processed salt you’re consuming could be doing more harm than even raising your blood pressure. A new study published in Nature Neuroscience reveals that diet high in salt may actually cause cognitive impairments. The animal study showed that when mice were fed a very high-salt diet, their mental performance declined due to their brains not getting enough blood. With too much salt in their diet, the mice lost most of their maze-solving ability….Readmore

9 Things That Happen To Your Body When You Eat A Banana

Bananas are one of the world’s most popular fruits commonly available across the globe. This natural “fast” food is not only convenient and easy to take on the go, when you eat one, you’ll be flooding your body with all sorts of essential nutrients to support better health.

The average, medium-sized banana contains just 105 calories but is also packed with nutrients, including vitamins A, B6, C, potassium, magnesium, copper, manganese, a good amount of fiber and even a small amount of protein….Readmore

How to Get Rid of Throat Infections Naturally in Only 4 Hours

The experts warn that there are many different reasons for a sore throat, such as: viral infections, bacterial infections and other health problems. There are many medications that can help you this health problem, but you should be very careful, because they can “provide” some side-effects which can make things worse. This means that you should always treat this problem with homemade remedies. You should know that there are different anti-inflammatory remedies which can help you treat sore throat and clean your body of toxins, which will result in less risk of cancer – and this is the BEST one!…Readmore

5 Ways To Fix A Slow Metabolism

We’ve all seen people who seem to consume infinite amounts of food, yet they never gain any weight. It’s almost like a superpower. It’s both admirable and frustrating for those who don’t possess the same ability. These people seem to be invincible against weight gain. Meanwhile, some of us can’t even look at a cupcake without instantly gaining five pounds.

Metabolism is the process by which your body converts what you eat and drink into energy, according to the Mayo Clinic. The calories found in food and beverages are combined with oxygen, causing your body to release the energy it needs to function during the biochemical process. The difference is some people have very fast, active metabolism while others suffer from slower metabolisms….Readmore

12 Signs You Should Pay Attention To Your Blood Sugar Levels

Hyperglycemia, i.e., high blood glucose is seen in individuals with uncontrolled diabetes. There are a few factors which can lead to the development of hyperglycemia in people who have diabetes.

Those factors are physical activity and food choices, not taking enough or skipping sugar-lowering drugs, non-diabetes drugs, and illness.

It is actually very vital to treat your high blood glucose. Untreated hyperglycemia might become severe and cause severe complications which will need emergency care, like a diabetic coma….Readmore