Have you ever quickly nipped into your garden to collect herbs that'll perfectly top off the delicious dish you've just made, only to find that they're brown, withered and have been enjoyed by insects?
Well, you never have to go through this again if you're smart about the way you store your herbs.
And we don't mean you have to resort to drying them!
Here's an incredibly nifty trick ... ››› more
With the everyday stresses you have in your life, you might need a little help sleeping through the night. And because sleep is so essential to your overall health, you might rely on sleeping tablets to help you.
But new research discussed at the Heart Failure Congress this month says taking sleeping pills might be worse for your health than lack of sleep.
This because of the effect benz... ››› more
If you thought you'd be able to relax and get on with your life once your hormonal changes had stabilised and menopause was complete, think again. Some women aren't so lucky! They experience hot flushes for up to ten years after their bodies complete the menopausal process.
But don't sweat! There are natural remedies that can help reduce or even eliminate the occurrence of hot flushes in your... ››› more
Following a low cholesterol diet doesn't mean you're destined to eat foods lacking in flavour and appeal. In fact, it just means you have to pay a little more attention to what you eat.
Fortunately, there are a variety of foods available, natural foods, that can act as a substitute for your favourite high cholesterol foods. They're as delicious and appealing as the foods you're used to, you j... ››› more
Fenugreek is an amazing seed! It's use is well known in the Asian community as a spice you cook with, adding flavour to a variety of dishes. But it also possesses and array of health related benefits too.
We've spoken about how it's great for lowering your blood sugar levels when you suffer from types II diabetes and how it can be a useful supplement to aid in liver function if you suffer from... ››› more
Look to your diet to keep your heart healthy. And with the chilly winter months almost in full swing, you'll be glad to hear about this heart healthy food!
Not only is a bowl of warm oats just the thing to start your day off right in winter, it's great for the health of your heart too.
This because of the whole grain it contains. And this keeps your heart healthy by lowering the amount of... ››› more
You need at least four serving of fresh fruit every day, says the US Department of Agriculture. This because your body needs a mixture of the vitamins they provide to keep your health in shape.
But there's one fruit in particular that has more benefits than others! It keeps your joints and heart healthy, is low in calories and plays a role in helping ward off fertility problems.
Keep read... ››› more
If your cholesterol is high, you're at risk of suffering heart attack, stroke or developing heart disease. These serious illnesses could be fatal. This is why it's so important to keep your cholesterol levels stable and in doing so lower your risk of illness and disease.
But you don't have to rely on chronic medication to keep your cholesterol levels stable! They can put you at risk of develo... ››› more
Your aches and pains may be because of symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. Don't just chalk them up to age, rather get them check out as early treatment is essential if you do in fact have rheumatoid arthritis. Read on to discover what your treatment options are…
Are you one of the 50% of people whose arthritis is caused by ... ››› more
Omega 3 fatty acids are what you need when you suffer from severe symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA). This because you can control the inflammation in your body that causes joint pain and swelling with the food you eat! That's right, foods that contain omega 3s reduce your symptoms. So make these changes to your diet…
Omega 3s reduce joint pain and inflammation
You need to eat foods that ... ››› more
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