This blog post is based on a question that was sent to me regarding celiac disease. Here is the question:
What’s a sore more painful than a scrape or bruise, uglier and more embarrassing than a big pimple, and caused by a virus so contagious that it’s spread simply through kissing? A cold sore. This disgusting malady, seemingly put here just to ruin tonight’s party or this weekend’s big date, is in fact a viral disease. Fortunately, there are natural cold sore remedies that can help to get rid of these unsightly sores.
We’ve all seen the TV commercials – milk is such a perfect food that none of us could ever live without it. You might be surprised, though, to hear the controversy surrounding this maybe not-so-perfect food.
In a previous blog post I talked about some herbs that are invaluable for helping you beat colds and flu; Andrographis, Astragalus, and Isatitis. We received a lot of positive responses, so I thought we’d share a few more herbs that will help boost your immune system and help you stay healthy.
That Marigold on your windowsill can go in your salad, become a soup, soothe your sore throat or treat your eczema. Although a common garden plant, Marigold (Calendula officinalis) has a long history as food and medicine. The Egyptians employed Calendula as a rejuvenating herb, while the ancient Greeks utilized the golden petals to garnish and flavor food.
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Your teeth are designed to last a lifetime, but you’ll have to take care of them to die with them. Unfortunately, an increasing percentage of Americans lives longer than their teeth and ends their life wearing dentures.