Healing Foods Database

Posted on April 30, 2011. Filed under: Reference Library | Tags: , , , , , |

Most Common Health Conditions

Allergies | Alzheimer’s | Arthritis | Asthma | Attention deficit disorder | Back pain | Blood clots | Bone loss | Breast cancer | Cancer | Cardiovascular disease | Cataracts | Chronic fatigue syndrome | Chronic pain | Circulatory disorders | Cognitive decline | Cold sores | Colon cancer | Constipation | Coronary heart disease | Crohn’s disease | Dandruff | Dementia | Depression | Diabetes | Digestive disorders | Dry skin | Eczema | Endometriosis | Enlarged prostate | Female infertility | Fibromyalgia | Gastroesophageal reflux disease | Gingivitis | Hair loss | Halitosis | Headaches | Heart disease | Heartburn | Hepatitis | Herpes | High blood pressure | High cholesterol | Hypoglycemia | Ibs | Infections | Infertility | Inflammation | Injuries | Insomnia | Insulin resistance | Irritability | Joint inflammation | Joint pain | Kidney stones | Leg cramps | Liver disorders | Lung disease | Macular degeneration | Memory loss | Menopause | Menstrual cramps | Migraines | Muscle pain | Night blindness | Obesity | Osteoporosis | Pancreatic cancer | Pms | Premenstrual syndrome | Prostate cancer | Rheumatoid arthritis | Sinusitis | Sleep disorders | Stomach ulcers | Stroke | Thyroid disorders | Urinary tract infections | Varicose veins | Yeast infections

Most Common Foods

Almonds | Apples | Asparagus | Avocado | Banana | Beets | Blackstrap molasses | Blueberries | Brazil nuts | Broccoli | Buckwheat | Cabbage | Cantaloupe | Carrots | Cashews | Cauliflower | Celery | Cherries | Chia seeds | Chocolate | Cilantro | Citrus fruit | Coconut | Corn | Cranberries | Cucumber | Dates | Eggs | Figs | Flaxseeds | Grape seeds | Grapes | Green beans | Green bell pepper | Honey | Honeydew melon | Kale | Kiwi | Kumquat | Leek | Lemon | Lentils | Lettuce | Lima beans | Lime | Macadamia nuts | Mango | Millet | Mung bean sprouts | Mushrooms | Mustard | Oat bran | Oats | Okra | Olive oil | Onion | Orange | Peach | Peanut butter | Pear | Peas | Pecans | Pine nuts | Pineapple | Pistachio nuts | Potato | Quinoa | Radish | Raspberries | Red cabbage | Red wine | Rye | Salmon | Sea salt | Sea vegetables | Sesame seeds | Shiitake mushroom | Snow peas | Spelt | Spinach | Strawberries | Sunflower seeds | Sweet potato | Tofu | Tomato | Walnuts | Watermelon | Wheat germ | Zucchini

About This Reference Database

This site is part of a public education project created by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, and hosted by Truth Publishing. Its purpose is to educate and empower consumers with information they can use to prevent and even help reverse degenerative disease. There are no commercial sponsors of this site, and neither Mike Adams nor Truth Publishing was paid anything to create this site.

Nature’s foods contain powerful medicine in the form of phytonutrients, and knowing how to use those natural medicines empowers people with the information they need to be healthier, happier and free from the ravages of chronic disease.

The other sites in this project are:

  • HerbReference.com – Details the medicinal use of herbs, including Western herbs, Chinese herbs and culinary herbs.
  • SupplementReference.com – Explores the health benefits of popular supplements that don’t qualify as foods or herbs. Example: glucosamine, amino acids, propolis, etc.
  • NutrientReference.com – Lists the medicinal properties of all known nutrients, including vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals.

The data presented on these sites are cited with research references. Sources include books by Dr. James Duke, Michael T. Murray, Michael Tierra and other doctors, authors and researchers.

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