Adaptogenic herbs make it easier for your body to adapt to stress. They help your body to build or mend its own natural balance so that it can handle stress and improve your health.The traditional use for these healing herbs is not to treat disease but to bring such vitality to the body that it is able to resist disease.
Over the last few decades, the Western world has become heavily reliant on man-made drugs and surgical intervention – to the point where many people will only think of these when considering medicine. However, there are increasing concerns regarding the over-prescribing and side effects of our factory made drugs.These concerns have led to a growing interest in alternative forms of medicine.
When you see the word ‘nightshade’ – you probably think of the plant called Deadly Nightshade - Latin name Atropa belladonna. The plant is, as it’s’ name suggests, potentially deadly because of the highly poisonous berries.However, we’re going to be looking at other plants in the Solanaceae family that are highly nutritious and eaten daily, all over the world, with no ill effects – unless you happen to be sensitive to them…in which case it’s a different story.
Everyone has stress in their lives, and we do our best to handle it and get back to normal. In today’s world it gets harder and harder to recover completely. And that build up begins to create a condition called Chronic Stress. It is just like it sounds: Constant, unrelenting feelings of being stressed.
Celiac disease is common and it’s on the rise. Many people now suffer from celiac disease, gluten allergy, gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity.Let’s take a closer look at all of these to see how they differ, why the incidence of them is on the rise and how we can help you to live with them.
All humans have emotions. It’s normal to feel happiness, unhappiness and anger. We are usually able to recognize these feelings and keep them in their proper place. We react appropriately to situations, events and other people. Our emotions are a form of communication to others and an internal barometer of our feelings and reactions.
If you love vegetables, you’re already ahead of the game. Just keep going.Adding vegetables to your diet will give you huge health benefitsClick and drag to moveIf you think you hate them, try a few of our easy vegetable juicer recipes.You may find that vegetables aren’t as bad as you thought. And the health and beauty benefits are huge so it’s worth a try.