Are cherries unapproved drugs?
That might sound like a trick question, unless the question is being asked in a conference room at the FDA.
By now you're probably well aware of how I feel about acid-suppressing drugs. I suppose it would be hard not to be.
Question: Do you have any advice on dealing with morning sickness naturally?
When the Greek physician Hippocrates wrote “Let food be thy medicine, and let thy medicine be food,” around 440-350 B.C., I’m willing to bet he never imagined that so many years later most doctors would still have not much more than a rudimentary understanding of nutrition and of food’s role in our health.
Candida infection has been a long misunderstood condition, sometimes even described as a "myth." However, as the public awareness of chronic candidiasis grows, there`s an increasing number of doctors who can accurately diagnose it, bringing hope for people suffering from constant fatigue, digestive issues, yeast infections, and other symptoms associated with this little known and frequently misdiagnosed problem.
As many as 1in 3 Americans are living with a ticking bomb known as nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). The condition is virtually symptomless until the liver becomes inflamed or scarred from decades of dietary abuse.
They may not be hanging out on "the corner" or look like your typical druggie, but there are millions of people -- people just like you and me -- who are addicted to a drug, and they're completely unaware of it.
There are loads of things I love about the fall: the changing leaves, the chill in the air, chili bubbling in the crockpot, the return of the pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks...
But there's another fall return I absolutely hate: the return of the sniffles.
Somewhere along the primordial way, a bunch of micro-organisms became enclosed by, fewer in number, but larger “tissue” cells and the evolutionary race was on. This co-operative, bi-partisan effort allowed both types of cells to emerge from the primordial goo and the foundation for the human race was set. Through time, dinosaurs, and an ice age or two, this Human/Bacterial (HumBac) hybrid was able to go a lot farther than either party could have gone on their own.