Articles by Mina Shahriary
Mina is a natural health enthusiast, avid yoga practitioner and health freedom advocate. She has a passion for discovering and sharing strategies for achieving optimal health and longevity, and has spent the last eight years working in the natural health industry. In addition to researching health and nutrition, writing about the latest happenings in the natural health world and practicing yoga, she enjoys spending time in nature, meditating and making superfood smoothies.
Some of our readers have requested for more information on the benefits of sun exposure outside of vitamin D production. Last week, the opioid epidemic seemingly reached new heights as five doctors in New York City were charged for accepting bribes from a pharmaceutical company. Research shows that beta-sitosterol has several health benefits, including lowering cholesterol and supporting the immune system. But where it seems to show the most promise is its ability to reduce symptoms of prostate gland enlargement. Identifying the symptoms of an omega-3 deficiency can prevent the onset of a slew of health-related issues down the road. Here are some symptoms to look out for. Good news. Coffee is actually very healthy! It is loaded with antioxidants and beneficial nutrients that can improve your health, and studies show that coffee drinkers have a much lower risk of several serious diseases. Here's a breakdown on everything you need to know about calcium, from the many remarkable things it can do for your heath to the most effective form to take. Known for its remarkable healing properties, curcumin has even been clinically shown to help improve your liver function for better overall health. The FDA’s new Food Safety Modernization Act is set to go into effect next year, and the government agency doesn't seem to care about how much this will put small, organic farmers at risk. A recent study indicates that curcumin, a compound derived from the spice turmeric may be a potential therapeutic route for those with rheumatoid arthritis. While cataracts are usually age-related, people in their 40s and 50s can develop them as well. Do you know the warning signs to look out for?