Brook Le Van, Guest
None of us easily comprehends how much a trillion dollars is, or a trillion anything, for that matter, but as taxpayers we are investing more than 2.3 trillion dollars into our current health care industry.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tells us … More
Dr. Colleen Huber, Guest Writer
Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food. ~Hippocrates
We truly live at a strange crossroads in human history.
Over the last few decades, the human species has been hypnotized by the temptations offered by the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. … More
Conquistadors arriving in Central America called papayas “the fruit of the angels,” and they weren’t far off the mark. Papayas contain considerable amounts of dietary fiber; vitamin C, A, and E; folate; and a bucket-load of antioxidants, flavonoids, and carotenes. These, in addition to being sources … More
Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, anticancer—that’s quite a lot to expect of a humble root of the ginger family. Like ginger, turmeric and curcumin (the powdered and supplement form, respectively, of the Curcuma longa plant) play center stage in millenia-old Asian medicine and cuisine. It wasn’t … More