What is green tea? Green tea comes from the same plant as black tea. They are both made from the leaves of the same species of plant (Camellia sinensis), but processed in different ways. After harvesters hand pluck the tea leaves, green tea leaves are immediately steamed or baked and then rolled and dried. They retain a green color. Black tea is also hand plucked, … Continue reading The Magic of Green Tea
1. Horseradish may do more than just spice up your favorite sandwich. Scientists have shown that this spice/food has substantial activity against a range of bad bacteria. Horseradish is a neutral or beneficial for all blood types. 2. Rocking a child has health benefits Regularly rocking a child can promote brain growth, results in faster weight gain, earlier development of vision and hearing, and earlier … Continue reading 10 Health Facts from the Files of Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo
One of the most common criticisms of natural medicine is that it lacks supportive evidence. This is simply not true! In many cases, there is as much or more research evidence for natural medicine as there is for conventional medicine. The purpose of this blog is to clarify the true meaning of evidence-based medicine (EBM) and explore its role in contributing to natural medicine. What … Continue reading Is Evidence-Based Medicine Compatible with Naturopathic Principles?
1. Your brain takes a lot of fuel. Did you know that your brain accounts for less than 2% of your body weight, yet uses roughly 20% of our daily calories. 2. Your brain is a picky eater. It demands a constant supply of glucose, primarily obtained from carbohydrates like fruits, veggies and grains. Sugary snacks provide the wrong kind of glucose, and damages cells … Continue reading 10 Amazing Facts About Your Brain