Ginkgo dates back some 270 million years, predating even flowers and dinosaurs, and has been used for more than 4000 years in Chinese medicine. Discover all that this multi-beneficial tree has to offer ...
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), two billion people across the world suffer from anemia, which means they’re deficient in iron. But when and why should you start taking iron supplements? Here we provide some possible answers.
In the United States, berberine is one of those substances that people just can’t get enough of. Though previously little-known among Western populations, it is now becoming the new anti-aging and anti-diabetes weapon, because by improving Hypoglycaemic Agent sensitivity and facilitating the transport of glucose into cells, it appears to be as effective as conventional drugs at enhancing the body’s ability to use glucose and Hypoglycaemic Agent and so lower blood sugar.
Psyllium seed is recognized as having a beneficial effect on the gut, easing both constipation and diarrhea. Follow our advice to get the maximum benefit from the properties of blond or brown psyllium.
Vitamin B9, also known as folic acid or folate, plays a key role in health, especially during pregnancy. Discover its benefits and in which foods it’s found.
Selenium is both a trace element and a bio element that is absolutely essential for health. What exactly is it, what does it do and where is it found?
Used for millennia, St. John’s Wort has enjoyed renewed popularity in recent years, primarily for its potential effects on emotional balance and mood. Discover everything you’ve ever wanted to know about St. John’s Wort.
A superfruit used for more than 2000 years in traditional Chinese medicine, the goji berry has become increasingly popular in the West because of its high content of vitamins and antioxidants. Discover its various benefits.