Archives for February 2015

Top 12 Probiotic Foods For Better Gut Health

While awareness of gut health – that is to say, the well-being of your digestive tract – is slowly tiptoeing into the natural health spotlight, taking good care of the indigenous micro-flora that live in your intestinal tract is quite possibly the single most important and impactful thing you can do for your body.  Unfortunately, in our modern society full of chemicals, processed foods, and… [read more]

Top 10 Secret-Weapon Super Foods To Help You Lose Weight

No, we’re not talking about a fad diet.  Those things are as fickle as the weather over England.  Here at NLI, we want to help you lose weight the healthy and natural way (on average, 1 – 2 lbs per week is the perfect goal.)   In order to achieve this, you’ll need to choose foods which curb your appetite, keep you feeling fuller longer, increase… [read more]

Top 10 Ways To Heal Thyroid Problems Naturally

The thyroid – a small gland in the neck, located just underneath the Adam’s apple – has two main functions which are essential to the health of the human body: to maintain the proper concentration of calcium ions in the blood stream and to regulate metabolism, including the digestion and processing of proteins. Knowing this, it is easy to see how a malfunctioning thyroid gland… [read more]

Top 20 Most Under-Rated Healing Herbs You Need To Know About

When you think of cooking, what herbs come to mind? Rosemary, Basil, Oregano, Peppermint, and Sage? Perhaps Lavender, Thyme, and Tarragon make your list as well. There is a long list of common kitchen herbs which are staples in the lives of most natural living enthusiasts. We grow them for their medicinal properties or to use as flavoring in our favorite dishes. But there is… [read more]

10 Simple Exercises That Ease Lower Back Pain

Knowing the right exercises to ease lower back pain start with a basic understanding of which muscle groups support and connect to this often over-stressed area of the body, as well as the most common causes of soreness and tension in the lower back. Ideally, core muscles such as the abdominals and obliques should help to support the weight of your upper body. If these… [read more]