Health Benefits of Cranberries

Cranberries have been enjoyed for centuries in Europe, Asia and America. They have been used medicinally for wounds, because of the anti bacterial properties. Native Americans used cranberries to help reduce aches and pains. Health Benefits of Cranberries Cranberries have 5 types of phytonutrients and the interesting thing is that they act as a potent synergistic group, which means that isolated they don't offer the same health benefits. This fruit is rich in vitamin C, has fiber, manganese and vitamin … Read More →


Health Benefits of Coconut Palm Sugar

Have you heard of coconut palm sugar? I'm very happy to let you know about the health benefits of coconut palm sugar, thanks to a question Sonia, one of our readers sent to us. Sonia said… "I bought your book The Hypothyroidism Diet… In my journey of changing the foods I consume, that have been suggested in the book and very happy with the results, I have come across buying sprouted seeds in a granola form which use Coconut Palm … Read More →


Health Benefits of Turmeric

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Health Benefits of Aloe Vera

The health benefits of aloe vera have been known since ancient times! The aloe plant looks more like a cactus but, did you know that this plant is actually a member of the lily family? There are hundreds of varieties of aloe vera, but only a few varieties offer very special health benefits. Therapeutically, aloe vera can be used topically, or taken internally to help heal various health issues. For the skin… One of the most popular uses of aloe … Read More →


Health Benefits of Cilantro

One of my favorite herbs is cilantro also known as fresh coriander leaves and Chinese parsley. I use it quite often.. I cook with it or use it as garnish on vegetables, soups and meats. I didn’t know about ALL the health benefits of cilantro until recently, which makes me like it even more! I’ll share those with you in a moment, after I tell you a bit about this powerful herb. Cilantro is popular in Mexico, the Middle East, … Read More →


Fenugreek for hypothyroidism

Some days ago we received a question on Fenugreek, which is used as a spice and a herb. Fenugreek is one of the oldest cultivated herbs and its uses are numerous. It’s been found that it can help to lower cholesterol, stabilize blood sugar levels, treat skin inflammations, and increase milk production in pregnant woman, among other things. Here is the Question: Will daily consumption of fenugreek seeds ( no more than one ounce per day ) interfere with synthroid … Read More →


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