This article originally appeared on Time.com.
People have been advising others to chew their food well for a long, long time. In Ayurveda, a school of medicine founded in India some 7,000 years ago, … read more
We hear all the time that drinking enough water will change our lives. Here’s what happened to me when I started drinking the recommended amount of water every day.
I’ve written before about Plant Nanny, the water app I’ve been … read more
When you’re trying to decide between Twizzlers and trail mix, 25 seconds could make all the difference, a new study suggests.
Researchers found that people made healthier choices at vending machines when there was a brief time delay. Installing … read more
TUESDAY, March 14, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Researchers say they’ve identified an Africa-specific gene variant associated with obesity.
The team found that about 1 percent of West Africans, American blacks and others of African … read more
Take a walk down the center aisles of almost any grocery store and you’ll see them — packaged food and beverage products with “low-fat,” “no sugar” and “low salt/sodium” labels designed to draw health-conscious consumers’ attention to them. But are … read more
In herbology, antibiotic-like foods are called astringent—meaning natural blood cleansers. The word anti (against)-biotic (life) refers to a list of pharmaceutical antimicrobials designed to kill harmful bacteria in the host body. The problem is these synthetic … read more