Michael T. Murray

Michael T. Murray ND is a naturopathic physician regarded as one of the world's top authorities on natural medicine. An educator, lecturer, researcher, and health food industry consultant, he is the author of more than 30 books, including his new book, The Complete Book of Juicing, Revised and Updated: Your Delicious Guide to Youthful Vitality (Clarkson Potter, 2014). Learn more at http://www.DrMurray.com.

Lose Weight With Probiotic Supplements

Probiotics are the beneficial bacteria that inhabit the human intestinal tract. According to studies, probiotic supplements can help weight loss. However, it is important to note that just because one strain of bacteria in a given species has a proven action does not mean that another strain will as well, even if they are closely related. So, choose wisely.

Ashwagandha: An Ayurvedic Plant To Protect Your Brain

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is one of the most revered plants in Ayurvedic medicine. Because the rejuvenating effects of Ashwagandha parallel those of Panax ginseng,...

The Power Of Vegetable Juices

Juice has gotten a bad rap. We’re often advised to eat whole fruits and vegetables, for the fiber and because they are lower in...

Seven Natural Ways To Counter Insomnia

If you have difficulty achieving or maintaining normal sleep, you have insomnia. Trouble falling asleep at bedtime is referred to as sleep-onset insomnia. If...

Stroke Recovery: A Look At The Natural & Medical Remedies

Strokes are the leading cause of adult disability in the United States and the third leading cause of death. A stroke can be the...

Popular Drugs Linked To Dementia Even At Low Dosage

A new study in the University of Washington provides strong evidence that certain popular drugs may increase the risk of dementia in older adults....

Type 2 Diabetes: Supplements and Cure

Too many type 2 diabetics are taking drugs when simple diet and lifestyle changes may be just as effective. The statistics on the growing epidemic...

Can Vitamin D3 Improve Male Sexual Performance?

Data from the University of Milan indicates that low levels of vitamin D can be a significant factor in leading to erectile dysfunction (ED). Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to a long-list of health conditions including atherosclerosis. Vitamin D is critical to the proper functioning of the endothelial cells that line blood vessels. Without sufficient levels of vitamin D, these endothelial cells become more susceptible to damage and dysfunction that ultimately can lead to the development of atherosclerosis as well as arterial calcification.

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