Guava is a native fruit from Central America that is currently cultivated in many parts of the world, mainly in Spain.
It has a sweet flavor mixed with some acidity, comes from the guava tree and although there are numerous varieties, the fruit that has more nutrients is the one with the pink pulp.
But in addition to being appreciated for its flavor, guava has other benefits and both its leaves and roots are used to prepare medicinal infusions.
Its high contents of fiber, vitamin C and vitamins of group B, make it an ideal fruit to combat or prevent certain diseases; In addition to containing quercetin, an oxidizing substance that prevents the formation of cataracts….Readmore
The produced hormones in our body have a responsibility to ensure that our body will function properly and will remain healthy. Combining the proper foods will contribute to hormones balance and will improve the reproductive system. Foods rich in nutrients can provide a lot of benefits for women including improving their metabolism, digestive and cardiovascular system.
Beneficial Foods for Hormone Balance
1. Omega 3 Rich Fatty Fish
Fatty fish are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids essential for the women health. They will help you to boost your immune system and fight physical and mental issues including hypertension, depression, cardiovascular and inflammatory diseases…..Readmore
There’s no doubt knees are some of the most complex joints in the human body. In fact, these joints ensure proper body posture and leg movement, which includes walking, standing, running, jumping etc. However, as we grow older, reduced joint lubrication along with different injuries, seriously affects the knees. Because of this, the ligaments and the tendons become less supple, frailer and more rigid.
Knee and joint pain is a common ailment predominant in people over 50. While it seems trivial, this type of pain can be truly debilitating and seriously affect a person’s quality of life….Readmore
Did you look in the mirror today and find that you had warts on your neck? We imagine your face of disgust. No one likes to have this skin condition that is unattractive and often bothersome and painful.
But how did the wart originate? The causes that cause the appearance of warts can be varied: obesity, a genetic predisposition and even diabetes can cause the appearance of these harmless skin conditions but that we should definitely eliminate.
They also usually appear during pregnancy because of the hormonal changes that occur in the body…..Readmore
Today we will talk about a powerful natural remedy, able to treat a great variety of illnesses and diseases in the easiest way. Eliminates joint pain, cures asthma and sinusitis, combats constipation, and more! Know below all about the benefits of copaiba oil for your health.
The oil of copaiba , is a natural substance full of benefits and properties for our health. The copaiba is a native tree of the Brazilian Amazon, and its oil is naturally extracted from this tree.
In addition to treating joint pain, sinusitis and asthma, copaiba oil works perfectly as an anti-biotic and natural anti-analgesic . It maintains wonderful regenerative, tonic and nutritive properties….Readmore
Diabetes mellitus (DM)is a disease that traditional medicine has described as chronic. It originates when the pancreas is not able to synthesize the levels of insulin the body needs and so do not maintain adequate levels of blood glucose. If you or someone you know has diabetes, continue reading the information we provide as it could be very helpful.
As we have already mentioned on other occasions, nature gives us all the necessary elements to treat the various diseases. In fact, current medical advances hold that diabetes could be cured thanks to a beneficial plant called okra or molondron. In this article, we will teach you how to prepare it to fight diabetes….Readmore
Even though we are all familiar with the curry that is being added to rice, few people have heard about curry leaves. Murraya koenigii is their scientific name and they provide numerous health benefits!
These leaves are an excellent source of fiber, iron, magnesium, copper, carbohydrates, calcium, and phosphorus. Moreover, they contain flavonoids, amino acids, antioxidants, plant sterols, glycosides, nicotinic acid, and vitamins A, B, C, and E….Readmore