Why Spending More Time Outside Could Save Your Life
Venturing into the great outdoors this Labor Day weekend could save your life. Well, kind of. Hereís a look at how some fresh air and sunshine could possibly be an easy (and fun) prescription for whatever ails you.
7 Health Benefits of Cold Weather
Now that the thermostat is dropping and sweater weather has arrived (or is at least well on its way in many geographical areas), letís try to look on the bright side. Cold weather, believe it or not, has quite a number of positives in the form of health benefits.
Adverse Reactions to Taking Propolis
Bee propolis, also referred to as bee glue, Russian penicillin and beeswax acid, is similar to resin that forms in the buds of cone-bearing trees. The substance is sticky and greenish-brown in color and has a faint aromatic smell. Companies collect propolis from beehives.
Wheatgrass Juice Vs. Powder
In a competition that pits wheatgrass juice against wheatgrass powder, there are multiple schools of thought about which is more effective. Ann Wigmore, the late founder of the Natural Health Institute in Puerto Rico, strongly supported consuming wheatgrass immediately after juicing the young blades.