Studies have shown that BPAs affect the brain and other systems of the body. Fortunately, you have solutions at hand in the form of glass drinking bottles and steel bottles.
The joyous time of the holiday season brings with it several factors that can cause stress to become out of control. But there a few simple and all natural ways that work wonders for combating that extra pressure this season!
Adding some just-add-water protein additions to your pantry is a must to maintain health and vigor during emergencies. This is a great frugal addition to your Ready Nutrition pantry that can last for years.
These crisp cool winter months are beautiful. The fresh snow lingers on the ground as you wake up to a lovely frost coating what used to be vibrantly colored trees just a few weeks ago. But now that winter is here, many still have to be outside to care for animals or land, and because of that, we’ve designed this helpful guide with natural alternatives to help keep your skin perfectly beautiful and healthy even in the icy cold and dry winter wind.
Recent studies have shown that 90% of Americans use digital devices for two or more hours each day and the average American spends more time a day on high-tech devices than they do sleeping: 8 hours and 21 minutes to be exact. If you’ve ever considered attempting a “digital detox”, there are some health benefits to making that change and a few tips to make things a little easier on yourself.
Vitamin D is an essential nutrient and one that can be synthesized by our body when sunlight hits our skin. But during the winter it can be hard to get enough vitamin D to keep the body running in tip-top shape.
Deemed a useless plant by many, nettle is often avoided and weeded out of yards because it can be annoying and irritating. But after being the subject of several studies, nettle has begun to prove its worth. While you may curse the plant for the temporary discomfort, stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) is actually a beneficial perennial that treats several conditions.
New research is suggesting that the size and structure of the city you live in has the possibility of influencing epidemics.
Heating your home during the winter can be costly and many don’t have the extra money to pay for the uptick in energy costs. But we’ve come up with a few tips and tricks to help you save your money on energy and use more sustainable ways to heat your home.