We've all heard it — megadoses of vitamin C can prevent you from getting a flu or cold as well as cure these illnesses faster if you already have them. Does this common wisdom hold up to scientific scrutiny?
Pine nuts look so innocent, but thousands of people have been left with an overwhelming and lasting bitter taste in their mouths after eating them. "Pine mouth syndrome" isn't dangerous, but it sure is unpleasant. Here's what you need to know.
There's something truly special about the taste of milk kefir — but can you also use kefir grains to make soy kefir, almond kefir, or coconut kefir? SteadyHealth tried it. Here are the results of our little experiment.
What is water kefir, how does it differ from milk kefir, and should you try it out?
Many foods come with dedicated followers who claim they'll basically grant you life eternal, but few come with scientifically-backed verification. Kefir is among the exceptions in that it truly is great for your health.
Kefir is healthy, nutritious, and tasty — especially if it's homegrown! What are your options if you'd like to make your own kefir at home?
Kefir, the ancient probiotic drink, has numerous health benefits, from strengthening your immune system to fighting cholesterol. Could it also help you lose weight?
One night, a friend gave me custody of some kefir grains, and my family has been enjoying its "fruits" ever since. Here's how you can do the same.
Biotin deficiency is something that is quite rare, but there are certain conditions that can predispose you to having low biotin. Read more to find out if you may be at risk if you suffer from any of these very common conditions with low biotin levels.
Biotin is a supplement that is becoming more and more popular for people to ingest to help deal with hair loss, poor skin and problems with sugar. Biotin helps with those conditions but there are also some potential risks that you need to watch out for.