There has been a lot of buzz around curcumin and its health benefits lately. It is one of the bioactive compounds in turmeric, the quintessential yellow spice that lends color and flavour to most Indian curries.
In recent years, many studies have come around exploring the role of resveratrol in reducing the risk of chronic diseases and improving life-span. And the research show that resveratrol indeed offers incredible health benefits.
From supplements to smoothies to skin care products, antioxidants are making their presence felt everywhere …. and how! Every now and then you hear of a new “superfood” on the block, which claims to be the next big thing thanks to its rich antioxidant content.
Adaptogenic herbs seem to be a hot topic of discussion these days, mostly because of their ‘anti-stress’ action on the body. You can see health experts recommending adaptogens to be used in smoothies or made into teas.
Cancer is one of the most dreaded diseases in the world today. It is caused by genetic mutations that instruct normal cells to grow and divide nonstop. Usually, cells divide to produce more cells so that we can grow and develop. These new cells also replace old and damaged ones.
Your body performs incredible feats every day. It destroys free radicals that cause oxidative damage to your cells and tissues, eliminates waste and toxins, and gears up the immune system to ward off disease and infections.
There is a good chance that you are taking vitamin D supplements. And if you have been diagnosed with a deficiency, it is typical most doctors prescribe dosages that are too high to effectively correct the issue. This over-prescription can then cause other health issues.
Symptoms like fatigue, stress and lack of energy are commonplace in many people’s lives. Blame it on a fast-paced life, unhealthy diet or chronic stress, but feeling rundown and exhausted on a daily basis is a real health issue faced by most of us today. What can you do to boost your energy levels?