Tag Archives: green tea

Stay energized in the heat

February 26, 2012

0 Comments

by Dr. Jane Hendricks —  Whether it is from wet heat or oven-dry heat, people may feel a drop in their energy levels as the temperature rises. The vascular system dilates, and the body’s heat-producing systems slow down, leaving one feeling sluggish. The appetite usually decreases due to the drop in caloric needs as the […]

Continue reading...

Health updates: Green tea extract and Vitamin K2 for cancer

February 26, 2012

0 Comments

The following is new information regarding the effects of green tea as an energy expenditure and weight-loss aid, and vitamin K2’s effect on lowering the risk of cancer and cancer mortality. Green tea extract more effective than thought The potential of green tea, or EGCG specifically, to promote weight loss has been studied for some […]

Continue reading...

Sunscreen you can eat

February 23, 2012

0 Comments

by Rima Mehta —  Summer is here, and folks are trading the indoors for sunshine and any patch of grass they can find. Some are even seeking more creative and holistic ways to protect themselves from harsh sun exposure. Studies have shown that certain food nutrients can act as a type of sunscreen. While a […]

Continue reading...

Colds and flu prevention

February 23, 2012

0 Comments

Many scientific studies have repeatedly found that there is little or no evidence backing flu vaccines as an effective flu-prevention strategy. Evidence is mounting in support of vitamin D as a potential cold and flu prevention strategy. However, optimizing your vitamin D levels through regular sun exposure is preferred, as the sun imparts health benefits […]

Continue reading...
Web Analytics