Everyone wants the best for their toddler. Not surprisingly one of most effective ways to ensure the best is by maintaining proper levels of vitamins and nutrients right from the start.
We all know that well-rounded meals and nutritional supplements are vital to a child’s health and well-being during developmental years, yet children’s resistance to eating vitamins can sometimes be a large hurdle to overcome. After all, when given choice most children always choose sugar… sugar… and, well, more sugar.
Getting your child to join the “clean plate club” can be harder than lifting a car with bare hands. But no matter the degree of your toddler’s resistance to healthy foods and nutritional supplements, there’s always a silver lining with some easy to chew vitamins that taste great.
Here are the top five benefits to look for in the quest for the best toddler vitamins: Continue reading “Biggest Benefit of Daily Vitamins for Toddlers”
Olive oil benefits are quite many that you wonder why are people not using it. There is so much to experience from heart health to skin care. The best part is that olive oil is easily available in different stores. It is crucial that you get the right olive oil with no fillers. There are some unscrupulous companies that might sell you the worst olive oil.
Well, what are some of the benefits to expect?
1. Heart health
It is common that some nutritionists would recommend using olive oil for heart health. Many studies show that Olive oil is stacked with healthy nutrients and keeping your heart healthy is one of them. Overall, the arteries and other parts of the cardiovascular system will improve once you use olive oil. Continue reading “Proven Benefits Of Olive Oil”
Support groups can be extremely valuable for your mental health, your spiritual health and maybe even your physical health if you’re heavily impacted by trauma or something similar in your life.
12-step programs are some of the most widely participated in support groups in the world. 12-step programs started with Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), which is the cornerstone of support groups for people who struggle with an addiction to alcohol.
Originally introduced in the 1930s, the 12-step framework has been expanded upon, and now there are a variety of support groups based on these concepts. The principles behind 12-step programs include the fact that you admit that you can’t control your alcoholism or addiction, but you also identify a higher power can give you strength.
There are 12-step support groups not only for people who personally have a substance abuse or compulsive behavioral problem but also for their loved ones. One such option is Al-Anon, which is a 12-step program for family and loved ones of alcoholics. How do you learn if Al-Anon is for you? Continue reading “What Should You Know About Al-Anon Groups?”
Niamh Harris – The order that ran the Bessborough mother and baby home in County Cork, claim that they were instructed in 2013 to destroy “all documents” it held in relation to vaccine trials carried out on children.
The home is also one of those at the center of a mass baby graves scandal.
The Catholic nuns said that instruction was issued by the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse (CICA), who deny the accusation. Continue reading “Irish Nuns Claim They Were Told To Destroy Files On Child Vaccine Trials”
A favorite herbal medicine of the ancients, peppermint leaves have been found in Egyptian pyramids dating back to 1,000 BC. Modern scientific investigations have now confirmed that this remarkable plant has over a dozen healing properties.
Sayer Ji – In our continuing effort to educate folks to the vast array of healing agents found in the natural world around us, we are excited to feature peppermint, a member of the aromatic mint family that you may already have squirreled away somewhere in your kitchen cupboard. While most have experienced peppermint as a flavoring agent, or perhaps as a comforting cup of herbal tea, few are aware of its wide range of experimentally confirmed therapeutic properties.
The ancients certainly were aware of the mint family’s medicinal value, having been used as herbal medicines in ancient Egypt, Greek and Rome thousands of years ago.[i] Dried peppermint leaves have even been found in several Egyptian pyramids carbon dating back to 1,000 BC.
Today, modern scientific investigations are revealing an abundance of potential health benefits associated with the use of different components of the peppermint plant, including aromatherapeutic, topical and internal applications.
Most of the human research on peppermint performed thus far indicates this plant has great value in treating gastrointestinal disorders, including: Continue reading “The Power of Peppermint”