If you are one of the almost five million people looking for a safe, natural weight-loss supplement, researchers from the Avera Institute for Human Genetics may have the solution.1 And it comes in the form of a simple herb.
Forget the weight loss pills and fad diets. A piece of fruit may help you reach your weight loss goals.
Researchers from the University of Iowa made the discovery and recently published their findings in the journal PLoS ONE.1
When the FDA cautions against long-term use of a prescription drug, you just know it has to be bad. Really bad.
Doctors hand out more than 150 million prescriptions to treat osteoporosis and bone loss.1
Quitting smoking always tops the list of New Year’s resolutions. And as any smoker – past or present – knows, it’s no easy task. But if you’ve vowed to make 2013 a smoke-free year, a new study may offer some help.
When it comes to cancer, it doesn’t get much scarier than lung cancer.
But now an herb has shown to not only stop the growth of cancerous cells but to also prevent any more from forming.1
Good news for people who get indigestion. And just in time for the holidays…
Research has found that one of the oldest cultivated plants can help relieve symptoms of indigestion and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).