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    Oregano Oil: Updates on Molecular Mechanisms

    Oregano oil (Origanum vulgare) has been used traditionally for a variety of health-promoting reasons, ranging from gastrointestinal to respiratory support. It has well-es... Learn more

    Vitamin D: Muscular Strength & Physical Performance

    An article in Clinical Interventions in Aging looked at the relationship between vitamin D status and muscle function in community-dwelling older adults. The researchers ... Learn more

    Dietary Nitrate, the Oral Microbiome and Their Combined Impact on Cardiovascular Health

    In 2018 a systematic review and meta-analysis of 23 eligible studies was published, examining the relationship between dietary inorganic nitrates and cardiovascular funct... Learn more

    Lycopene for Men’s Health

    Lycopene is a carotenoid compound that contributes to the red and pink pigments in tomatoes, watermelon, guava, pink grapefruit, papaya, and other plant foods. Unlike bet... Learn more

    Vitamin A in the Spotlight

    Perhaps best known for its role in supporting healthy eyes, vitamin A has a much larger reach affecting a surprising breadth of processes in the body, including some for ... Learn more

    Research Highlights Glutathione’s Potential Effects on the Elderly

    A 36-week open-label trial conducted at Baylor College of Medicine was recently published in Clinical and Translational Medicine. This small trial documented multiple phy... Learn more

    5 Ways to Promote Bile Production

    Bile is a vital body fluid that plays an important role in the absorption of nutrients in the small intestine as well as flushing the liver of toxins. Bile is continuousl... Learn more

    Reevaluating Interventions for CHD in Women

    A prospective cohort study published recently in JAMA Cardiology revealed findings that may influence changes in the way risk for coronary heart disease (CHD) is assessed... Learn more

    Ketogenic Diets and Lipedema

    Ketogenic diets have exploded in popularity among people looking to lose weight and improve health concerns related to insulin resistance or dysregulated blood sugar. How... Learn more

    The Connection Between Inflammation and Bone Health

    Osteoporosis is one of the most prevalent skeletal system diseases. It causes a decrease in bone mass and microarchitectural changes in bone tissue, resulting in lower bo... Learn more

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