Garlic! The food we love to avoid for it’s odor producing properties but of all the times of the year now is the time to┬áconsume it. Not the bland, white odorless varieties shipped in from overseas either but the pungent, locally grown varieties for their sulfur containing┬ácompounds such as thiosulfinates and sulfoxides which not, Read More

A Kansas State University microbiologist has had a breakthrough in the herbal treatment for the common human fungal pathogen called Candida albicans that lives in almost 80 percent of people as a commensal (harmless) microorganism but can grow out of control in the immune suppressed or after extensive antibiotic treatment . The herb, Gymnema, Read More