Natural medicine has a lot to offer for bone health. But calcium is not the answer. Calcium management is.
A quick tour through Maitake, Shiitake, and Lion’s Mane mushrooms: what they do, what they taste like, and how to cook them.
PMS is real. You can do something about it. We talk about Western and Chinese herbal medicine, vitamins and minerals, progesterone cream, and more.
In which we answer the eternal question: heat or ice? And then go on to talk about herbs for sprains, bruises, poison ivy, sunburn, and whatever else just whacked you on the forehead.
No food or drink is going to take the place of sunblock. Or a hat. But some foods — green tea in particular — really do protect us from damage.
Let’s address some controversy. Is coffee good for you? Bad for you? What about multivitamins, calcium, and saturated fats?
Debra broke her ankle, and healed in record time.
PART 2: Herbs and Supplements. Natural medicine does not offer a one-size-fits-all solution for focus and attention. We don’t have a “natural Ritalin™” that works immediately, for everyone.
Distractability and lack of focus is an unavoidable part of the childhood. And adulthood. Doesn’t mean we can’t do something about it, though…
Reflux, ulcers, gas? Probiotics, enzymes, antacids? There are a few dozen kinds of indigestion — and a few hundred remedies for all of it. We help you navigate.
We all know that yogurt is fermented milk, rich in beneficial probiotic bacteria. But there’s a lot more out there than yogurt. Fermented vegetables, meats… even chocolate is a fermented food.