John Robbins, the ice cream heir who shunned it all in favor of healthy living, talks about the environmental consequences of meat.
Lessons from Swine Flu The Once-Looming Public Health Threat Has Receded...But We're Still Understanding Our Role in Such Outbreaks
The scare surrounding the H1N1 “swine flu” virus is mostly gone, but the circumstances that led to the pandemic are more worrisome than ever.
Dr. Kenneth Bock of the Rhinebeck Health Center in New York talks to E about why his diet-centered autism treatments work.
Traditional remedies can help you get through winter cold season…
While consciousness has spread in recent years about the foods we eat, fewer of us think about how harmful the products we put on our skin can be…
How to grow older more gracefully—naturally.
There are many exotic variations to traditional table salt—but are there any health benefits?
Dominica is now becoming known for something else than a long-ago visit by Christopher Columbus. The “nature isle” is now synonymous with longevity. At 29 miles long and 16 miles wide, with a population of 70,000, Dominica boasts 20 centenarians, and has the second-highest longevity in the western hemisphere (second only to Canada).
In this, the year Paul McCartney turns 64, a new wave of senior citizens is upon us. The natural health industry anticipates robust sales, since many aging Boomers are buying herbal hair-loss remedies and organic face creams in their quest for the fountain of youth. The Natural Marketing Institute estimates that 60 million adults now turn to herbal supplements as part of their anti-aging strategy. So where to start with this new, natural approach to aging?
Just as parents try to provide the best nutritional health for their kids, pet owners are turning to dietary supplements to meet the long-term health needs of their animals.