Papaya Is A Remedy for Constipated Intestine

A Jammed Gut: In More Technical Terms, A Constipated Intestine

by LIVING HEALTHon March 28, 2017
A Constipated Intestine or as they say in Portuguese: “A Jammed Gut” Jammed Gut or a Constipated Intestine is a problem that people have suffered from, for generations. Some inherit a lazy intestine while others abuse their digestive system. Note: For a list of foods that cause a constipated intestine, go to the bottom of this article. […]

Vitamin K Recipe

The Alphabet of Vitamins: Vitamin K

by LIVING HEALTHon January 25, 2017
Vitamin K: The Forgotten Vitamin Today I am going to share with you several important facts about vitamin K. While this obscure vitamin, also known as “the forgotten vitamin” can almost go unnoticed, yet let us not forget that some of its benefits are unsurpassable. Overall, Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin, which is necessary for a number of critical bodily […]

Vitamin E Rich Recipe

The Alphabet of Vitamins: Vitamin E

by LIVING HEALTHon October 28, 2016
Vitamin E: A Powerful Anti-Oxidant After incorporating Vitamins A, B, C and D into your diet, it is now time to add vitamin E. The holidays are approaching and for most of us that means temptation is lurking around every corner! It can be difficult to stay on track with a healthy lifestyle or even start […]

Castor Oil Products

Castor Oil: A Must Have Product

by LIVING HEALTHon October 7, 2016
What is Castor Oil? “Castor Oil is one of nature’s best kept secrets! Renowned for its hydrating and moisturizing properties, it is also being utilized for a variety of health complaints.”—Dr. Bruce Baar, Native to India, Africa and Central America, Castor oil is a vegetable oil obtained by pressing the seeds of the Castor […]

Vitamin D from the Sun

The Alphabet of Vitamins: Vitamin D

by LIVING HEALTHon September 28, 2016
Vitamin D: The truth behind the mustache “Got milk?” This advertisement has become a part of commercial Americana, constantly urging you to drink more milk because supposedly this is a good source of vitamin D and calcium. We see countless celebrities, models, and athletes wearing the famous milk mustache to support this claim. Since they […]

Vitamin C Red Peppers

The Alphabet of Vitamins: Vitamin C

by LIVING HEALTHon September 19, 2016
“In this article, we are featuring the star of all vitamins: C. After incorporating Vitamins A and B into your diet, it is now time to add Vitamin C.”—Caroline Charlton, Wellness Warrior 365. The Benefits of Vitamin C, the Star of All Vitamins Today we are talking about Vitamin C, one of the most publicized and […]

The Alphabet of Vitamins: Vitamin B

by LIVING HEALTHon September 6, 2016
What is Vitamin B and what does it do? Vitamin B is known as the energy vitamin! It gives your body the power source it needs to keep up with its daily processes and maintenance.  B vitamins have also been known to reduce stress, treat depression, speed up healing of cuts and wounds, help brain function, […]

The Alphabet of Vitamins: Vitamin A

by LIVING HEALTHon August 29, 2016
We are starting a new series of articles: The Alphabet of Vitamins. For the next few months, a different vitamin will be featured in this column. Given that A, B, C are the basics, we are proud to introduce the Alpha of vitamins: A. Enjoy the article and make sure to start incorporating Vitamin A into […]

CHLORELLA—Nature’s Perfect Food by Fred Liers, Ph.D.

by LIVING HEALTHon August 9, 2016
Chlorella is a single-celled, fresh-water aquatic plant, named so after the Greek word chloros meaning “green” — because it contains large amounts of the green phytonutrient “chlorophyll.” Millions of people take chlorella every day (many in East Asia) for a perfectly good reason…because it is a highly effective superfood. Researchers who have studied chlorella extensively say it […]

Cold-Expelling Potion

by LIVING HEALTHon August 5, 2016
During this summer, so far I have seen way too many people catch colds. Not just the little sneezy, runny-nose kind, but the nasty viral, congestive, feverish type that leaves you down for the count. Luckily, it has not gotten to me, so far—it must be because during this past winter I caught three horrible […]