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Herb of the Month: Echinacea

Echinacea, also known as Purple Coneflower, has been a popular herb in the natural products industry for decades, and is used commonly around the...

CBD May Help Prevent Lung Destruction in COVID-19, Researchers Report

Augusta, GA—Adding to the call for more research into the potential benefits of cannabidiol (CBD) in the treatment of COVID-19, researchers at Augusta University...

Researchers Note Potential of CBD as COVID-19 Treatment Option

Cannabidiol (CBD) may be worth looking into as an option for the treatment of COVID-19, according to the authors of the paper SARS-CoV2 induced...

#NaturallyInformed: Food First

Virtual—A healthy immune system begins with the food you give it. Unfortunately, there are lots of people who get that wrong. Fortunately, it’s a...
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Spices May Reduce Inflammatory Impact of High-Fat Meals, Research Suggests

University Park, PA—Spices may reduce the inflammatory impact of a high-fat, high-carb meal, according to a new study from Penn State. In a randomized, controlled...

There Exists a Path to Immune Health

What will it take to convince Americans that they have the power to own their health outcomes? We know there is enormous concern about...
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Marathon Runners and Probiotics

Probiotics Help Marathoners Go the Distance Like most exercise, running is good for your microbes. However, a marathon (26.219 miles) can be an extreme challenge...

Upping the Convenience of Keto & IF

Burn fat, reduce inflammation, ward off the effects of aging...with goals like that, it’s no wonder Keto plus Intermittent Fasting (IF) is so wildly...

Functional Fungus

Mushrooms are having a moment: These gems from nature are gaining popularity thanks to consumers’ growing awareness about the health benefits they offer, according...

Diet, Not Obesity, Linked to Psoriasis

Sacramento, CA—A new study from UC Davis Health suggests that dietary components, rather than obesity itself, may lead to skin inflammation and the development...