Joints complaining about the colder weather? You’re not alone! For centuries, those of us with a bit of life experience on our clocks have been saying that our joints can help us to predict coming weather patterns. When the weather gets colder or wetter, or the pressure starts to drop, our joints generally let us know about it. And while this association often gets dismissed as “just an old wives’ […]
Kyolic aged garlic extract is sourced from natural garlic and then aged for 20 months for peak results. The ageing process transforms the natural sulfur in the garlic into an antioxidant powder. Best of all, it is completely odourless. Kyolic aged garlic is scientifically proven to boost the immune system. Say au revoir to nasty colds and flus! Individuals taking kyolic aged garlic extract take an average of 58% less […]
There’s snuggling up all cosily on the couch to watch Harry Potter for the hundredth time, toasting marshmallows over a “campfire” on the hearth, and seeing just how cute your little ones look rugged up in their winter coats and beanies. Plus, because the nights are longer, they’re more likely to sleep late… which means you get to enjoy a sleep-in too.
It’s a quintessential spice in curry, a relative of ginger and one of the healthiest ways to add flavour and colour to a home-cooked meal. Turmeric has been used to relieve everything from joint pain to Irritable Bowel Syndrome but like many alternative therapies, there’s not always much research to back up the ancient wisdom.
Aged garlic extract can stop heart disease from progressing and, in some cases, even reverse artery plaque accumulation, according to new research. The studies were conducted at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and led by cardiologist Matthew Budoff, M.D. He took CAT scans of 72 heart patients who had blockages of at least one of major cardiac artery.
Cultivated as both a food and medicine, Garlic has been used in culinary and herbal traditions for thousands of years. Interestingly, as modern science has evolved, so too has our understanding of garlic and how it works in the body. Key to this is the understanding that not all garlic is the same.
Before there were prescriptions and over-the-counter medicines, herbs and spices were the foundation of traditional medicine practices around the world. Fast-forward thousands of years, and researchers today are now taking a fresh look at the potential in these natural remedies. The Indian spice Turmeric is right at the top of the list.
1. It may help protect the heart Inflammation can stiffen the heart muscle by stimulating extra collagen to form around heart cells – this forces the heart to work harder. Curcumin may help prevent this process. 2. It may help reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s Curcumin may help preserve memory and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.