You’ve heard it dozens of times: fatty or oily fish like salmon, tuna, mackerel and trout are good for your health, despite their abundance of fats. In fact, it’s the high-fat content of their oils that make them healthy. These oily fish are full of omega-3 fatty acids — the good fats — and the American Heart Association recommends that you eat at least two servings of these fish twice a week, as previously noted. Here Zoey Sky, NaturalNews.com, reflects on fish oil supplements boosting the … [Read more...] about Fish Oil Supplements Can Help Lower Cancer Risk, Says Study
A cup of warm tea is comforting, especially on a chilly night or after a long day at work. But making tea involves more than just dumping leaves in hot water. Proper steeping is necessary to best extract the flavor and beneficial compounds from your tea leaves, as previously noted. Here Mary Villareal, NaturalNews.com, reflects on drinking tea regularly linked to reduced cardiovascular disease risk: "Habitual tea drinkers have a reason to rejoice: Research has found that drinking tea every … [Read more...] about Regularly Drinking Tea May Lower Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease
Vitamin D deficiency is incredibly common around the world, but many mistakenly believe they aren’t at risk because they consume vitamin D-fortified foods, such as milk. Few foods have therapeutic levels of vitamin D naturally, and even fortified foods do not contain enough vitamin D to support your health needs, as previously noted. Here Zoey Sky, NaturalNews.com, reflects on treating psoriasis and vitiligo with vitamin D intake: "A study suggests that optimizing your vitamin D intake … [Read more...] about How Can Vitamin D Help Treat Psoriasis And Vitiligo?