Parsley: a review of ethnopharmacology, phytochemistry and biological activities.

A Study Reviews the Medicinal Benefits of Parsley. Wide range of pharmacological activity including antioxidant, hepatoprotective, brain protective, anti-diabetic, analgesic, spasmolytic, immunosuppressant, anti-platelet, gastroprotective, cytoprotective, laxative, estrogenic, diuretic, hypotensive, antibacterial and antifungal activities have been exhibited for this plant in … Continued

Harvard Study demonstrates Meditation Reduces Stress and Changes Your Brain

Meditation reduces stress AND changes your brain!  The fight or flight part of the brain (amygdala) which is important for anxiety, fear and stress, got smaller in the group that went through the mindfulness-based stress reduction program. Learn more:

Study Links Processed Foods to Autoimmune Disease

New Study published January 2014 establishes a link between processed foods and autoimmune diseases. Read more:

Emulsifiers Making Us FAT!

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Buddhist Monks Bless Tea With Good Intention – Here’s What Happened

189 adults participated in the study, and the study was conducted over a week in order to reduce mood fluctuations. Those who drank “treated” tea showed a greater increase in mood than those who drank untreated tea.

Probiotics Change Brain Activity

New research from UCLA using probiotics in healthy women – read what happens. The researchers concluded: “Four weeks intake of a fermented milk with probiotics by healthy women affected activity of brain regions that control central processing of emotion and sensation.” … Continued

New Study links Autism environmental toxins

New Study links environmental toxins to Autism Study corroborates earlier findings and what we have suspected in the clinic for years. Children with Autism are born toxic. The liver is overwhelmed from the start. + View the original article Once … Continued