Articles

Dragon’s Blood: Amazonian Herb Becomes Prescription Drug That May Treat IBS

Friday Oct 31 2014 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

Sangre de Grado, an ancient rainforest medicine, has found use in the modern world. I first learned about Sangre de Grado, often referred to as ... more »

Is it OK to Shop at Trader Joe’s for Your Food and Produce? : Exclusive Renegade Health Article

Monday Oct 27 2014 | by Kevin Gianni

Can’t find produce this fresh at Trader Joe’s. (White Pineapple in Quepos, Costa Rica, in 2009) My mom loves Trader ... more »

The Aging Gut: Do Probiotics and Supplemental Fiber Help Us Live Longer?

Friday Oct 24 2014 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

One thing we know for certain, a healthy gut prevents disease and promotes longevity. As we age, all parts of our body get old with us, including the ... more »

3 Secret Weapons Against Stress, Inflammation, and Insomnia

Tuesday Oct 21 2014 | by Shelli Stein

Stress, inflammation, and lack of sleep shorten your telomeres—which can shorten your life. Three protectors help you overcome the effects. You ... more »

7 Natural Ways to Beat the Fall/Winter Blues

Monday Oct 20 2014 | by Colleen M. Story

The change of seasons can make us feel blue. Try these 10 tips to put a smile back on your face. It’s the fall season. How do you feel? Maybe you ... more »

Ebola Ground Zero—Should We Worry?

Friday Oct 17 2014 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

We are no longer at a viral crossroads. Severe viral infections are threatening our health, now. A viral fire is blazing in Africa. Half of every one ... more »

Got Migraines? Try Meditation—Study Shows It Helps

Wednesday Oct 15 2014 | by Colleen M. Story

Migraines not only cause pain and suffering, but stress, job problems, and insomnia. Might meditation help? The Migraine Research Foundation states ... more »

Depression: A Mental Illness or Digestive Disorder?

Monday Oct 13 2014 | by Colleen M. Story

Depression may have more to do with our “gut feelings” than we thought. After Robin William’s death in August 2014, the issue of depression was ... more »

Is Curcumin Really The All-in-One Solution?

Friday Oct 10 2014 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

Curcumin extract is an ancient Asian medicine that’s becoming an integrative medicine star. Turmeric is getting lots of press. And I’m not talking ... more »

7 Foods to Help You Control Your Appetite

Wednesday Oct 8 2014 | by Colleen M. Story

Craving an ice cream shake? Try eating an apple first— it may satisfy your appetite and reduce your intake of calories. A 2013 survey based on ... more »

Green Smoothie Red Alert! Are Green Smoothies Actually Bad for You? : Exculsive Renegade Health Article

Monday Oct 6 2014 | by Kevin Gianni

My exchange with Rio, promising this article… A while ago, I received a Facebook message from Rio… He was concerned. Here’s what he ... more »

Chlorophyll Juice: Separating Myth from Fact

Monday Oct 6 2014 | by Colleen M. Story

Chlorophyll juice is popular in the juicing world, but is it really the source of all those health benefits? You may remember talking about ... more »