Nobody wants to get sick. It can be disruptive, costly, and may even be life-threatening at times. Thankfully, we can turn to Mother Nature for help. Eating certain types of foods may help keep your body’s immune system strong. If you are looking . . .
Almonds are the seeds of the Prunus dulcis (almond tree). Although native to the Middle East, the world’s largest producer of almonds is the United States. Usually, the almonds you can find in stores have the shell removed, revealing the edible . . .
Christopher Columbus once referred to papaya as the “fruit of the angels” because of its many health benefits. The fruit of the Carica papaya plant, papaya is a delicious, fragrant yellow fruit that can be eaten in its raw form or blended into . . .
The saying goes: “You are what you eat.” Our skin is our largest organ and is affected by our nutrition (or lack thereof). A poor diet can cause metabolism changes, weight gain, and damage to organs — including the skin. It is important to . . .
Why do we need minerals for the body? The answer is simple – the body cannot produce all the nutrients that it needs to function properly, so we have to eat foods that contain them. Minerals are inorganic substances that occur naturally in plants, . . .