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17 Jul

Botanicals for a Better Sleep

Imagine waking up fully rested, ready to tackle any challenge and embrace all the pleasures of the world with gratitude. We all know what a good night’s sleep feels like, but how often do we get it? In this hectic, hyper-stimulated, nerve-wracking world, it is challenging to create a sleep...

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10 Jul

Andropause: Life Stage or End of Manhood?

In the past, short of erectile dysfunction, male reproductive and endocrine issues were rarely discussed. With the advent of the internet, however, and a sudden interest in the repercussions of diminishing testosterone levels, the conversation is happening.

Just as with female hormone...

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03 Jul

Berberine: The Gut-Brain-Heart Connection

Most of us have heard about the gut-brain connection, how nearly 90% of the body’s serotonin is actually made in the digestive tract, and how the gut-brain axis is the missing link in depression. Gut health and the landscape of the gut microbiota influence many aspects of our health, so it is no...

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26 Jun

Coffee…Harmful or Healthy?

With coffee shops popping up on every street corner, the debate over coffee’s health benefits rages on. While some studies pronounce coffee’s extraordinary benefits in reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes, and Parkinson’s Disease, as well as associating high coffee...

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19 Jun

A Golden Gem for Brain Health

We are constantly stressed with deadlines and pressured to produce tasks faster and with more efficiency. In today’s workforce, our mental clarity plays a major role in delivering quality work.  Practices to help think more clearly may include better sleep, controlled anxiety, and brain...

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12 Jun

A Roller Coaster in the Bloodstream

Maintaining healthy blood sugar levels can be complex and unyielding. In addition to food and beverages, our blood glucose levels fluctuate in response to a variety of other factors. Exercise, emotional stress, the previous night’s rest, and genetics all play a role in the body’s attempt to...

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05 Jun

Do Sleep Meds Keep You Up at Night?

More than 50% of Americans complain they cannot sleep, and 37 percent of those polled in a Consumer Reports survey claimed they had used some type of sleep aid in the past year. Insomnia, a real problem, accounts for about 5.5 million medical visits each year.

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29 May

Happy Tick-Free Summer

Memorial Day Weekend has come and gone, and that means one thing – it’s officially summer! And while the warmer weather comes with exciting outdoor adventures and great vitamin-D access, it also awakens many creatures – including the biting ones.

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22 May

Lithium: An Essential Trace Element

Although lithium is predominantly known for its role in mood stabilization, with associations ranging from a miracle element to concerns of toxicity, the human body actually requires small amounts of this essential trace element for optimal health.

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15 May

Is Your Water Bottle Making You Fat?

Yes, drinking water is important to our health, but some of the toxic chemicals that accompany each swig might not be. By now, we’ve all heard of Bisphenol A (BPA), an estrogenic compound used to make polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins, and many people choose BPA-free plastics because of ...

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