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How to Improve Your Neurotransmitters with Diet

Originally published at Heal Naturally

The composition of our neurotransmitter fluid is directly associated with our mood and nervous condition. And neurotransmitters are directly linked to our diet. In fact, certain foods will increase good neurotransmitters, while others will increase levels of neurotransmitters that increase our risk of allergies, stress and cognitive problems.

Food-Sourced Melatonin Provides Natural Way to Help Sleep

 

Food-Sourced Melatonin Provides Natural Way to Help Sleep

The best way to support your melatonin levels may be through your food, not supplements! 

Studies on melatonin have documented that the body's own melatonin production helps us fall asleep, yet research on supplemental melatonin has been disappointing. What many have missed is that certain foods provide natural forms of melatonin, which have been shown to raise melatonin blood levels naturally and significantly aid sleep.

Natural Solutions to the Opioid Crisis

Originally published at Heal Naturally

The opioid epidemic is raging out of control in the United States and other Western countries. Meanwhile, the discussion of natural alternatives is almost non-existent. As if nature doesn’t provide any pain relief.

The reality is that many pharmaceutical pain drugs have been developed as synthetic analogues of natural herbs that reduce pain. Aspirin, for example, was synthesized as an analogue of a constituent in Meadowsweet herb and Willow Bark.

Pycnogenol Boosts Athletic Performance – Who Needs Doping?

Pycnogenol Boosts Athletic Performance – Who Needs Doping?

Doping has wrecked the reputations of several sports along with many athletes. Once again nature provides a solution - this time to boost athletic performance. 

Doping has been rampant among world-class athletes in the past couple of decades. It has nearly destroyed competitive bicycle racing, along with track and field and other competitive sports. As fans have grown leery of oddly bulked-up torsos, once again nature provides a better solution.

Long Term Cell Phone Use Linked to Brain Cancer

Originally published at Heal Naturally

New evidence indicates a clear increased risk of brain cancer for longer term cell phone use.

The World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified radiofrequency (RF) electromagnetism (EMF) as a Group 2B carcinogen in 2011: "Possibly carcinogenic to humans." This was based upon research showing cell phones connected to an increased risk for glioma, a malignant form of brain cancer. Other types of brain cancer included in the research have been meningioma and schwannoma.

Gotu Kola: A Dozen Proven Medical Benefits

Watercress Blocks Cancer and DNA Damage

Watercress Blocks Cancer and DNA Damage

Originally published at Heal Naturally

Increasing evidence is finding that watercress inhibits the development of cancer in the body. As the research has matured, active anticancer compounds in watercress are getting more attention among researchers.  

Pumpkin Seed Oil Found to Help Reverse Balding


Pumpkin Seed Oil Found to Help Reverse Balding

Conventional drugs for hair loss come with outrageous side effects such as male breast enlargement and erectile dysfunction. Recent research finds nature's answer to male pattern balding - pumpkin seed oil.

Researchers from the Republic of Korea's Pusan National University have confirmed that pumpkin seed oil increases hair growth among balding men.

Anticancer Reishi Mushroom Boosts Longevity, Fitness, Liver Health

Originally published at Heal Naturally

Ancient Asian healers heralded Reishi mushroom for its ability to lengthen life. Reishi was used throughout Japan, Korea, Tibet and China to heal a myriad of disorders. The common name of Lingzhi mushroom in Chinese medicine means “immortal mushroom. It’s common name in Japanese means “immortality plant.”

Sage Boosts Moods, Memory and Multitasking

Originally published at Heal Naturally

Sage belongs to the Salvia plant family – derived from the Latin word salvere which means, “to heal.” To heal, indeed.

Sage (Salvia officinalis and Salvia lavandulaefolia) is a delicious cooking and culinary herb. But it has also been used for thousands of years for a variety of ailments.

This beautiful plant with its blue flowers grows wild in many continents. This includes North America. But it is native to the Southern Europe and the Mediterranean region.

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