Most of us, unknowingly, come into contact with turmeric on a daily basis.
Along with all the beautiful colors of fall come an abundance of cranberries, which peak from October through December.
Most personal care items available on shelves of the supermarket require preservatives to assure no contamination from bacteria, fungi, and yeasts that could cause rapid breakdown of the product and perhaps harm the user.
Many diagnosed with disorders such as diabetes or hypoglycemia have cheered the appearance of Splenda, a sugar substitute, on the market.
Most people hear of MSM, short for methylsulfonylmethane, when seeking natural relief from pain associated with arthritis or when recovering from an injury.
Introduced to cooks in the 1970’s, the microwave oven was promoted as a way to save time and energy, saving busy cooks everywhere from the agony of slaving over a hot stove, waiting longer than necessary for tasty food.