5 Natural Ways to Boost Melatonin Production

May 22nd, 2015
Melatonin isn’t just for a good night’s sleep… It’s a critical hormone for supporting your overall health. Here are five natural ways to boost your melatonin levels.

You already know melatonin is a great natural sleep aid. But that’s not all this hormone is good for. Getting more melatonin can help reduce your risk of prostate cancer. And it’s a safe way to adjust your sleep pattern when you travel to a different time zone. Its antioxidant activity may even help fight aging.

Here are five natural ways to boost your melatonin levels:

1. The Mineral That Feeds Melatonin

One of the easiest ways to support your body’s ability to produce melatonin is to consume more magnesium. Start by adding foods like almonds, avocados, shrimp, and spinach to your shopping list. This mineral relaxes your muscles and keeps cortisol levels in check. It also helps regulate your blood pressure. These can all help lower stress levels… And keeping stress low may help add years to your life.

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The Simple Secret to Better Brain Health

Fighting oxidative stress and preventing wrinkles are great… But resveratrol doesn’t stop there. It may be the simplest way to stop brain aging in its tracks.

When it comes to anti-aging, resveratrol is one of our favorite natural solutions. It’s the powerful antioxidant you get from drinking red wine and eating grapes.

Resveratrol helps support a healthy heart, reduce wrinkles, and maintain healthy inflammation. But the latest research further supports what could be its best benefit…

Eliminate Allergy Symptoms the Safe Way

Zyrtec isn’t the solution to your allergies… Its side effects will have you trading one problem for a list of others. Try this natural allergy-fighter instead.

It’s official.

The 2015 allergy season is one of the worst on record.

But next time your eyes start itching or your nose starts running, think before reaching for Zyrtec. Besides the side effects that only get worse over time, it doesn’t cure anything.

How Many Sodas Does it Take to Get on the Fast Track to Diabetes?

Diabetes is one of the most dangerous diseases you can face… And every serving of these sweet killers you have in a day can raise your risk by as much as 18%.

If you’ve been reading Health Watch lately, you know how sugar and high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) can destroy your health. Processed foods are a major source of these deadly substances…but sugary drinks like soda are the worst offenders.

A team of scientists at Cambridge University tracked the diets of 25,000 people for 11 years. They found that for every 5% increase in daily calories from sugary drinks, subjects’ risk for developing diabetes increased 18%.