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Milk Thistle: From Liver Herb to Acne Treatment

Milk thistle (silymarin) is a flowering herb that is related to other medicinal plants such as Echinacea, Calendula, Grindelia, and Yarrow. It originates from the Mediterranean and is known among botanists as Silybum Marianum of the Asteraceae family. The rest of the people call it so many different ways that we won't have enough space to list them all: Mediterranean thistle, cardus marianus, milk thistle, blessed milk thistle, Marian thistle, Mary's thistle, St. Mary's thistle, etc. Most of these names are inspired by the legend that the white veins on the leaves of the plant appeared because of the Virgin Mary's breast milk. The history of milk thistle can be traced back to Ancient Rome and Ancient Greece. Even then, the plant was famous as a herb...


Resistant Starch Foods: How They Help With Detoxing

  When it comes to detoxing, most people immediately think of juice cleanses, fasting, or restrictive diets. However, there is another way to help your body detox naturally, and it involves eating certain types of foods: resistant starch foods. Resistant starch is a type of carbohydrate that resists digestion in the small intestine and instead passes through to the large intestine where it ferments, producing short-chain fatty acids. These fatty acids have been linked to a host of health benefits, including improved gut health, reduced inflammation, and better insulin sensitivity. But perhaps most importantly, they can aid in detoxing the body. Resistant starch foods have been shown to enhance the body's natural detoxification process by binding to toxins and carrying them out of the body. This is because...