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27 Mar

10 Herbs for Lung Support

Respiratory complications are a common occurrence with a seasonal rhythm around the world. Because pulmonary inflammation is a hallmark of many respiratory complications, the objective is to support normal inflammatory pathways specific to pulmonary health. 

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24 Mar

What Does it Mean to Have a Strong Immune System?

We’ve been hearing on the news a lot about people with “compromised immune systems” being at greater risk of contracting unwelcomed viruses. What does “compromised” actually mean except that you’re more susceptible to getting sick? 

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17 Mar

7 High-Fiber Foods that Do More than Help Your Gut

Everyone knows that diet plays a critical role in human health. But too often we get carried away with the idea of carbohydrates, proteins and fats, and forget one really important nutrient -- fiber. Despite multitudes of scientific evidence linking dietary fiber to various health benefits, most...

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17 Mar

Immune Defenses Enhanced by Master Detox Molecule

While studying the glutathione molecule, researchers found that the antioxidant did more than simply promote the immune system. Researchers from the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) discovered how T cells ward off particles when they are expressing the Gclc gene. The Gclc gene encodes a...

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11 Mar

5 Benefits of Collagen

Collagen is the most abundant protein found in the animal kingdom. Though nearly 28 types of collagen have been identified in the human body, types I, II, and III account for 80-90 percent. The function of collagen is to support the softer tissues and withstand stretching. The basic structure of...

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03 Mar

Magnesium and Mood

According to the American Osteopathic Association, about 50% of the US population is not getting enough magnesium and magnesium deficiency can cause a variety of health issues. Recently, however, a closer look has been given to how magnesium deficiency is linked to low mood.

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26 Feb

10 Dietary Fiber Sources to Upregulate Microbiome Health

Eating foods high in dietary fiber leads to healthy outcomes. Examining the research into fiber fosters an appreciation for the molecular diversity and variations of fiber types, as well as the role fiber plays as a substrate for gut microbial metabolism. Dietary fiber impacts both the function...

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17 Feb

Healthy Blood Sugar Levels 101

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) there are 422 million people with diabetes mellitus (DM) and 318 million with impaired glucose tolerance (dysglycemia). This is an important public health issue that requires attention given its relationship to a plethora of chronic diseases as...

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10 Feb

3 Reasons Why DHA is Important for Kids

As more and more baby boomers enter their senior years, suggestions on how to improve neurological health seem to be gaining in popularity. With this recent surge of interest in optimizing brain health, we may lose sight of its relevance in children. Yes, aging adults may experience a decline in...

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03 Feb

DHA Pathway to the Brain

The health benefits of two omega-3 fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), seem indisputable and range from improved cardiovascular risk factors and body composition to promotion of healthy inflammatory pathways. Lately, however, DHA has received a brighter...

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