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Looking for a natural way to regrow hair? Try chaga mushrooms

Alopecia areata is a condition characterized by hair falling out in patches. Research suggests it is caused by the immune system attacking the hair follicles, causing them to shrink and slow down hair production. Because of this, alopecia is called an autoimmune disorder. According to statistics, alopecia is a common autoimmune disorder that affects about 6.8 million people in the U.S. alone. One ...

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Cannabis found to be an effective treatment for headaches and migraine pain, say researchers

Few things can derail a person’s day like a bad headache or migraine, and over-the-counter remedies often provide little relief. However, scientific studies are now pointing to cannabis as a potential solution for this common and frustrating problem. One particularly promising study, which was led by Carrie Cuttler Of Washington State University, is the first one to use data from ...

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6 Supplements for natural stress relief

Stress is a natural part of life. People experience stress when juggling personal and professional responsibilities and navigating sudden problems like job loss or the death of a loved one. But stress isn’t meant to stick around. Elevated levels of stress hormones like cortisol can lead to various health problems, such as high blood pressure, poor immune health and increased ...

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Gut bacteria can help fight the harmful effects of processed foods like cereals and pasta, scientists find

Research shows how a certain bacterium found in the human gut can break down a chemical commonly found in processed foods, such as ultra-pasteurized milk, pasta, chocolate and breakfast cereals. Published in Cell Host & Microbe, the findings generate invaluable insight into how gut microbes break down processed foods and lower the risk of health conditions often associated with those foods, such as obesity and diabetes. ...

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Natural News launches TOR browser (.onion) website to bring natural health and nutrition knowledge to the dark web

We have successfully launched our TOR browser website, also known as a .onion website, accessible only through the TOR browser which protects users from surveillance and censorship attempts by rogue governments. The TOR browser, available at TORproject.org, allows citizens around the world to bypass government censorship and visit websites that governments are trying to block. Whistleblowers and political dissidents around ...

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Bacteriocin produced by Lactobacillus bacteria can be used as biopreservative

In recent years, awareness about the negative effects of food additives has increased among consumers, especially in the United States. A push for a healthier diet, with emphasis on clean, whole foods, has also led to a rise in the demand for less-processed foods and foods that contain little to no additives. Manufacturers use additives to improve the quality of their products. For instance, ...

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Plantspired Meal Solutions

Nasoya’s Plantspired Meal Solutions allow you to create fast, flavor-forward, and nutritious plant-based meals in no time! The last few weeks of December are always busy. Even under the circumstances this year, they involved a lot of frantic catching up. Not to mention all of the extra cooking and baking. January is often full of encouragement (and sometimes pressure) to ...

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Silken Tofu Chocolate Pudding

Jump to Recipe Silken tofu chocolate pudding is an easy-to-make vegan dessert that tastes rich, but uses nutritious, protein-packed silken tofu as a base. Let’s wrap up the year with something sweet, yes? There’s a lot of pressure to relinquish sweets at this time of year. Online recipe content switches suddenly from holiday treats to wholesome, sensible fare for a ...

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Whole Wheat Raisin Bars

Whole wheat raisin bars are a perfect cross between a wholesome snack bar and a buttery cookie. Freezer-friendly and great for meal prep! You know those recipes that drastically exceed expectations? These whole wheat raisin bars are one of them. I had the idea for the recipe in my mind. I suspected I’d like them. After all, it’s not hard ...

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Turmeric Chai Latte Mix

Jump to Recipe No coffee shop necessary to enjoy a sweet and spicy winter drink. This DIY turmeric chai latte mix will warm you up at home! At some point last spring, just when coffee shops were starting to reopen for takeaway orders, I fell in love with a turmeric chai latte at one of my local coffee shops. It ...

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