Around a fifth of the Western Worlds’ population believe that they themselves react to some kind of food. The reasons for food intolerance are many, and vary greatly in severity. I will in this article focus on unraveling various ways someone can react to certain foods, and then what to do about this. Even though … Continue reading What Is Food Intolerance?
Now, here´s a quick history lesson: Vitamin C and its importance was discovered in 1747, during the "Age of Sails". Seafarers would travel for long distances, set on a mission to explore the world. The diet would often constitute processed beef and biscuits. The seafarers started to get a condition commonly called Scurvy. The condition starts … Continue reading What You Didn’t Know About Vitamin C – From The Sea, WW1 And Other Stories
It is estimated that about 20% of the population have symptoms associated with irritable blowel syndrome (IBS). Irritable bowel syndrome is not accounted to be a disease, but rather a disturbance in the normal intestinal function. Patients with irritable bowel syndrome usually suffer from a range of stomach related ailments. Even so, conventional investigations can't … Continue reading What Is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?
Honey can be considered the edible gold, due to all its medicinal properties. Honey have been part of peoples diet since the ancient times. While excavating the great pyramids in Egypt, archaeologists recently discovered jars of honey in an old tomb dating back 3000 years, and the honey was still perfectly edible. That means that due … Continue reading The Secret Power of Honey
“Let food be thy medicine, and medicine thy food” These are the famous words of the ancient Greek physician called Hippocrates Asclepiades, living in the Classic Greek time. He is considered the founder of modern western medicine, where physicians nowadays recite the Hippocratic oath. Interestingly enough, Hippocrates Asclepiades used garlic for a range of medical … Continue reading The Health Benefits Of Garlic
Fasting is an ancient way to restore one’s health, from the Ezekiel’s 40 days’ fasts, to the Muslims 30 days Ramadan. Aristotle used to demand that his potential students embark on a fasting period before commencing his teachings. If we go back in time several thousands of years (a speck in time for the history … Continue reading The Benefits Of Fasting