6 Home Remedies To Instantly Relieve Sensitive Teeth

You know that feeling, you bite down on a hot, cold, sweet or sour food, only to experience a sudden sharp, jolting pain shooting deep into the nerve endings of your tooth – that’s known as tooth sensitivity, and it can be caused by any one of the following dental issues: Enamel that’s been worn down by use of a toothbrush with bristles that are… [read more]

14 Best Healthy Living Documentaries On Netflix Right Now

As humans, none of us are perfect all of the time, and it’s far too easy to get off track when it comes to healthy living. Sometimes, we just need a little inspiration to get back into the game, and get serious about our health. Whether you’ve been “off track” for days, weeks, years, or were never on it in the first place, these great… [read more]

The World’s 4 Healthiest Cooking Oils + Their Incredible Benefits

When it comes to cooking oils, we are spoiled for choice, with grocery store shelves loaded with just about every option imaginable. But all those choices also make it extremely confusing, due to the ongoing debate about the benefits as well as the potential harms that come from consuming various oils. If you’d like to support your good health, we’ve made it easier by revealing… [read more]

I Drank Collagen Peptides For A Week & This Is What Happened

It sounds rather bizarre, but collagen, a connective tissue from cows, and sometimes chickens or fish scales, has become a trendy drink for boosting health and beauty – in fact, celebrities like Jennifer Aniston have thrust it into the spotlight after turning to this powdered, drinkable form to help keep their skin looking young and firm. The ingestible collagen craze started in Asia, where collagen… [read more]

10 Beauty Benefits Of African Black Soap

For hundreds of years, women of West Africa – particularly in Ghana – made and used a vegetable-based soap to gently cleanse skin and hair. Known as African black soap to the West, locally it is called alata simena, sabulun salo, ose dudu, and anago soap. Made with secret recipes passed down from generation to generation, there are several formulations of African black soap on… [read more]

How To Save Seeds For The Most Productive Garden

The old-timey technique of saving seeds from one growing season to the next is practical, self-sufficient, and pennywise. Not only will you never need to purchase another packet of seeds again, harvesting seeds from a tasty fruit or vegetable that you know grows well in your yard means you can grow it year after year. If you’ve ever felt the pain and disappointment upon seeing… [read more]

How To Make The World’s Best Makeup Remover Pads

Removing dirt and oil from your skin is essential if you want your skin to look and feel its best. When we leave dirt and oil on our face it creates a perfect breeding ground for bacteria that can cause breakouts and other skin conditions. Commercial products are available but are often full of chemicals that can dry out or irritate our skin. Not to mention… [read more]

14 Reasons You Should Have A Spoonful Of Spirulina Each Day

If you’re into superfoods, or frequent your local health food store, you’ve probably at least heard about spirulina. This blue-green algae is a freshwater plant – in fact, it’s the very same algae that can be found on the surface of the pond. While that might not seem very appetizing, there are practically an endless number of reasons you should eat it, at least in… [read more]

Best Amazon Prime Deals For Natural Living Lovers

Amazon Prime Day is here and that means significant deals on everything from TVs to home devices to Kindles and everything in between. There are also a huge number of special deals for products that Natural Living Ideas readers would love – but these are often much harder to find. That’s why we have an entire team dedicated to sourcing the best Amazon Prime Day… [read more]

Homemade Thyme Spray To Stimulate Hair Growth & Beat Dandruff

Thyme is an aromatic evergreen shrub and a popular kitchen herb. It is also renowned for its medicinal properties. Its leaves, flowers, and oil contain powerful therapeutic value.  The use of thyme medicinally by ancient Babylonians, Assyrians and Sumerians can be traced back almost 5000 years ago. In the European Middle Ages, thyme was placed beneath a pillow to help with sleep. In the European Middle… [read more]