Winston Churchill and Thomas Jefferson practiced this very simple act. They were ahead of their time. And now research is proving that their “quirky” habit may cut your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and even death.
Would you eat 4 pounds of poison? Of course you wouldn’t. At least, not on purpose…
There’s good news for the millions fighting the uphill battle of stress and anxiety.
Research has found that a single supplement may help boost mood and reduce stress. And you’ll be surprised by what it is. Even though—as you’re about to see—it makes perfect sense.
There’s new hope on the cancer front. And you can find it in the produce aisle.
A study from Baylor College of Medicine reports that a compound in a certain vegetable kills leukemia cancer cells.1
We’re in for one of the worst allergy seasons…ever.
We’ve all had those “gotta go” moments…looking for a bathroom…afraid we may not make it in time.
But for the millions with Crohn’s disease—a chronic inflammatory bowel disease—that kind of thing can happen every day. And that’s not even the worst part. Crohn’s is not just embarrassing, but very painful. Symptoms can include abdominal cramping, fever, fatigue, skin and mouth ulcers, and diarrhea or constipation…among others.