The Top 8 Superfoods

Various colorful superfoods such as acai powder, turmeric, matcha green tea, quinoa, pumpkin seeds, blueberries, dried goji berries, cape gooseberries, raw cocoa, hemp seeds, and others in bowls on a marble surface with blocks spelling the words "super foods."

Incorporating superfoods into your daily diet can usher in a plethora of health benefits. (Image: Alexander Raths via Dreamstime)

Japanese Natto Explored: Why This Traditional Dish Is Good for Your Health

A bowl of Japanese natto.

Natto is made from fermented soybeans and reportedly holds the characteristics of a slimy, sticky, and stringy texture. (Image: Viennetta via Dreamstime)

5 Health Benefits of Flaxseeds: A Superfood Worth Adding to Your Diet

Dark flaxseeds.

Discover the power of flaxseeds, the tiny, crunchy superfood packed with nutrients that's poised to deliver an array of health benefits to your daily meals. (Image: Sommai Sommai via Dreamstime)

A Different Kind of Approach to a Healthy Heart

Healthy senior lady standing outdoors and posing with a paper heart held over her left eye.

The heart is probably the busiest organ in the summer, so it’s important to do what we can to keep it healthy. (Image: Syda Productions via Dreamstime)

The Health Benefits of Chia Seeds

Chia seeds.

Chia seeds provide high amounts of essential omega-3 fatty acids. (Image: Marilyn Gould via Dreamstime)

Self-Compassion Results in Better Heart Health

Paper red heart cut out held up by a paddle pop stick.

Heart health is a matter of prime importance for billions of people. (Image: via Unsplash)

Coenzyme Q10: A New Way to a Healthy Heart

Elderly couple holding hands.

Why do you lack energy and vitality? Low coenzyme Q10 levels might be the answer to this question. (Image: Ammentorp via Dreamstime)

8 Red Foods to Eat in Summer

Eating red foods in summer help the heart (Image: Christopher Paquette via Flickr / CC BY 2.0 )

Eating red foods in the summer helps your heart. (Image: Christopher Paquette via Flickr)

The Incredible Medicinal Properties of Bamboo

A pile of bamboo.

From that day on, Wei Guiyi used a bamboo pole to guide Huang Funeng, and no matter where she went, Huang would follow. (Image: 41330 via Pixabay)

How to Best Benefit From Drinking Tea

Pouring a cup of hot tea.

Young people love cold drinks in summer, however, the best thirst quencher is actually hot tea, especially the light and refreshing types. (Image: NickyGirly via Pixabay)