Send to Kindle Rosewater may not be a product you’ve considered in the past, but it can be used as a dressing for food, as a perfume, in cosmetics, or as medicine. While it can be used for each of these things, below is just a look at the combination of rosewater and hair, including […]
Send to Kindle Learn easy ways to change your diet and lifestyle to help support heart health well into your senior years in this blog post from Natural Healthy Concepts!
Send to Kindle Your baby’s eyes are watery. What gives? What causes infants’ eyes to become watery? Your baby’s eyes could be watery for a variety of reasons. Environmental factors may be causing watery eyes, including irritants like smoke, dust, pollen, dirt, or sand. If an irritant like dirt or sand has gotten into your […]
Send to Kindle Discover the difference between a cleanse and a detox – and if a protein juice cleanse is right for you – in this blog post from Natural Healthy Concepts!
Send to Kindle If you’ve got furry friends in your life, you may notice dry skin around your dog’s eyes, periodically or chronically. While not dangerous in and of itself, dry skin around the eyes can be indicative of a deeper problem. Fortunately, all of the common causes of dry eye skin can be fixed. […]
Send to Kindle Working out to build muscle can seem like a simple formula: Lift heavy weights and eat plenty of protein-rich food to make big gains. In reality, however, the body chemistry that precipitates muscle gain is very complicated. Sure, you might get passable results with simple lifting and eating, but you can maximize […]
Send to Kindle January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, which is a serious condition that damages your eye’s optic nerve. Find out how to help prevent glaucoma here!
Send to Kindle There are four common types of thyroid disease. Learn the basics to protect your thyroid health in this blog post from Natural Healthy Concepts.
Send to Kindle Learn the best natural sources of folate and which folic acid supplements may help fill any nutritional gaps is this blog post from NHC!
Send to Kindle Osteoporosis is a significant problem in the United States. Approximately 10 million Americans have osteoporosis. Another 44 million have insufficient bone density, which places them in a higher-risk group for bone fracture. Among older individuals, 1 in 2 women will break a bone due to poor bone density, along with 1 in […]