Archive for the ‘Immune Health’ Category

Natural Ways to Improve Common Health Concerns

Polypharmacy is a growing health concern and often taking one medication leads to taking another. Try these natural remedies for common health complaints instead of another medication.

Natural Ways to Improve Common Health Concerns

Polypharmacy is a growing health concern and often taking one medication leads to taking another. Try these natural remedies for common health complaints instead of another medication.

Natural Ways to Improve Common Health Concerns

Polypharmacy is a growing health concern and often taking one medication leads to taking another. Try these natural remedies for common health complaints instead of another medication.

Multiple Sclerosis and Recent Findings With the Epstein Barr Virus

New research has uncovered powerful evidence of Epstein Barr virus involvement with the development and progression of multiple sclerosis.

Gallbladder Function Requires a Healthy Thyroid

Your gallbladder is important! Keep your gallbladder healthy before removal is necessary. Keep your thyroid function to maintain proper gallbladder function.

How to Stay Healthy During Flu Season

The flu shot continues to get pushed to the public as the “only way” to prevent the flu. Several nutrients shine as natural immune boosters and can help you stay healthy all flu season long.

Chronic Viral Infections and Telomeres

A low-grade, chronic infection can leave you feeling tired and older than you actually are. This may be a result of an exhausted immune system and aging telomeres.

Chicken Pox and Shingles Virus: Prevent Reactivation

The varicella herpes zoster virus is responsible for the chicken pox and shingles. Very contagious and even life threatening, it’s best to strengthen your immune system to prevent reactivation.

Top 3 Benefits of Oregano Oil

Oregano oil has been used traditionally for thousands of years to boost health. Find out why you will want to have it on hand this winter!

Vitamin D in Childhood Reduces Type 1 Diabetes Risk

A new study reported a connection between having adequate intake of vitamin D during infancy and childhood and a reduced risk of islet autoimmunity, a risk factor for Type 1 Diabetes.