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    Examining Fructose Through an Evolutionary Lens

    The evidence base continues to grow suggesting that fructose, from both dietary sources and endogenous synthesis, promotes the metabolic dysfunction that underlies the mo... Learn more

    Analyzing Vitamin D2 vs D3

    When comparing ergocalciferol (D2) to cholecalciferol (D3), most studies typically report on differences related to serum levels of 25(OH) vitamin D, with a focus on whic... Learn more

    Environmental Toxins & Obesity

    Environmental and industrial pollutants, particularly those which are resistant to degradation, (known as persistent organic pollutants, or POPs) have long been implicate... Learn more

    APO Ratio & CVD Risk

    Evidence continues to grow for the value of using apolipoprotein levels (apoB and apoA-1) as the best marker for cardiovascular risk, as they have been shown to be closel... Learn more

    Carbohydrate Restriction & GERD

    Patients who suffer from acid reflux are often told to avoid potentially triggering or irritating foods and beverages, such as coffee, tomato sauces, spicy and acidic foo... Learn more

    HRV: A Valuable Biomarker

    Heart rate variability (HRV) is accepted as a non-invasive marker of autonomic nervous system (ANS) function. Even at a steady heart rate, there are small differences bet... Learn more

    5 Ways to Balance Hormones Naturally

    Hormones are chemical messengers that travel throughout the body instructing various glands and organs to perform a wide range of functions. The correct functioning of th... Learn more

    Environmental Pollutants’ Impact on Fertility

    Declining Fertility In October 2020 the Lancet published an analysis of the Global Burden of Disease Study (2019), confirming an ongoing decline in global fertility rates... Learn more

    Metabolomic Changes of an Organic Diet

    A randomized cross-over study was published in Environment International, evaluating the metabolomic changes that occurred during the implementation of an organic diet ov... Learn more

    Celebrating Cabbage!

    Did you know that traditionally in Ireland, the Irish would serve boiled bacon and cabbage on Saint Patrick’s Day? Beef was far too expensive for the Irish peasants, so t... Learn more

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