Rosemary for Remembrance

by in Antioxidants, Attention Deficit Disorder, Caffeine, Colds/Flus, Digestion, Headaches, Heart Disease, Heartburn, Herbal Medicine, Kitchen Sink, Memory, Menopause May 28, 2008

Rosemary is a great herb for memory. Rosemary is often added to recipes dedicated to those that did not survive breast cancer for “remembrance”. William Shakespeare even wrote in the play Hamlet, “There is rosemary, and that is for remembrance”. Not too long ago we had some random spring snow here in Seattle, and whenever […]

McInflammation: Are You Really “Loving It”?

by in American Sickcare System, Arthritis, Attention Deficit Disorder, Autoimmune Diseases, Cancer, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Constipation, Depression, Diabetes, Digestion, Eczema, Fast Food, Fatigue, Headaches, Holistic Nutrition Tips, Inflammation, Kitchen Sink, Migraines, Multiple Sclerosis, Pain Management, PMS, Popular, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Sjogrens, Skin Rashes, Weight Loss May 6, 2008

Recently a friend reported over dinner that his inflammatory problem (and let’s just say almost all medical problems are caused by inflammation) was not much better. He said he was diligently taking everything I had recommended, and had only noted minor improvement. Although natural remedies take time, I was curious how the dietary recommendations were […]

Foods Most Likely to Trigger a Migraine Headache

by in Headaches, Migraines January 15, 2008

Studies show that ingestion of the following foods or substances may induce migraine headaches in susceptible individuals. Fruit: Apple, banana, grapes, melon, peach, strawberries, avocado, citrus fruits, pineapple, raspberry, red plum Vegetables: Carrots, corn, onion, tomato, potato, cabbage, eggplant, pickles, spinach Beans/Legumes: Black eyed peas, peanuts, pinto beans, soy, broad beans Nuts: All types Grains: […]