Humans have survived because of our ability to respond to our environment and its many stresses. In today’s world of hurried life, work and social pressures, pollution, chemicals, and nutrient deficient foods, the demand on our minds and bodies to cope with stress is greater than ever. A group of ancient herbs, known as adaptogens, can help.
Adaptogens are natural substances, including herbs, that help the body cope with both mental and physical stress. They can have a wide variety of effects, including supporting healthy function of the adrenal glands.
Heart disease is a major problem and the statistics are concerning. From good eating habits and exercise, to taking preventative supplements and reducing stress, there is a lot you can do to help maintain cardiovascular health.
Almonds are delicious and versatile, and there’s now mounting evidence to suggest that they support heart health, gut health, appetite management, and even skin health.
Fewer than half of New Year’s resolutions are successful within the first six months of the year. The problem is that typical resolutions are too concrete, making them difficult to stick to. “Lose 20 lbs”, “exercise more”, “spend less money”; whatever it may be, many resolutions don’t have the wiggle room to accommodate real life. And this can be a set-up for disappointment.
While there’s no magic pill to make them go away, there are many remedies to help speed your recovery time and boost your immune system. Between your kitchen cabinets, your bed, and some powerful herbs and nutrients, here are some simple ways to help get you back on your feet in no time.
More Greens Please! If your idea of greens is a limp leaf of iceberg lettuce on your burger, it’s time to up your game and discover the wonderful world of highly nutritious, and highly delicious mizuna, kale, spinach, chard and other leafy greens. These plants are teeming with goodness, and are increasingly found as a more…
We are happy to announce that Whole Earth & Sea® 100% Fermented Organic Greens was awarded silver in the 2018 Alive Awards, recognizing the best of the best in natural health.
With the change of season to autumn comes the end of Daylight Saving Time and increased hours of darkness. The cyclical changes of springing forward and falling back to adjust to Daylight Saving Time can be a challenge for many.