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Fall Food Feature – Winter Squash

Fall Food Feature – Winter Squash 0

One category of foods that has come in season is winter squash. With their bold orange and yellow interiors, which typically intensify with cooking, they practically scream autumn.
Depression – not all in your head

Depression – not all in your head 0

Rarely would a psychiatrist listen to your heart, monitor your pulse rate, examine your eyes, look at your skin, or otherwise try to determine if any of your physical symptoms might be related to your depressed mood, lack of energy, or insomnia.
Prostate Health 101

Prostate Health 101 0

Prostate health is a concern for men of all ages. According to the National Institutes of Health, enlargement of the prostate gland can begin as early as a man’s forties, and 90% of men will have the condition in their eighties.
Eucalyptus Oil: Pain Relief from the Plant Kingdom

Eucalyptus Oil: Pain Relief from the Plant Kingdom 0

Eucalyptol (from eucalyptus) is also beneficial for ameliorating inflammation. 1,8-cineole, the primary active compound in eucalyptus, may be especially helpful for inflammation in the lungs, and eucalyptus has traditionally been used to treat respiratory disorders, owing to its secretolytic properties.
‘Plum’ Crazy

‘Plum’ Crazy 0

Plums are a good source of vitamins C and K, vitamin A precursors, and they have small amounts of potassium, copper, manganese, and other minerals.
  • David Brady
Mitochondria: Use Them or Lose Them

Mitochondria: Use Them or Lose Them 0

ATP is the universal energy currency for life on Earth. In plain English, it’s how organisms get things done. Except for the small amounts of ATP created through glycolysis, the majority of ATP is generated inside mitochondria.