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Cardiovascular Health

Crafting a Comprehensive Cardiovascular Protocol

Seven science-backed interventions to tame inflammation, lower cholesterol, minimize cardiometabolic risk factors and support your patients’ heart health   Of ...
Botanical MedicineCancer

Natural Polyphenol Shows Promise for Colon Cancer

Colon cancer is one of the most common cancers in the United States, with more than 100,000 new cases diagnosed ...
Food as MedicinePregnancy

A Dietary Cure for Preeclampsia?

Preeclampsia—a serious complication of pregnancy characterized by high blood pressure in women whose blood pressure levels were normal—is one of ...
Botanical MedicineCognitive Health

Mushrooming Immunity & Mental Clarity – White Paper

Introduction Mushrooms are fungi and those which possess medicinal properties have a unique and powerful role in natural medicine. Some ...
Weight loss

Stopping GLP-1 Receptor Agonists… Why and How to Plan an “Exit Strategy” for Your Patients

In recent years, the pharmaceutical landscape has seen the emergence of glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonists (RAs) such as semaglutide ...
MicrobiomeNutritional Medicine

The Ever-Evolving Microbiome: Part Two

Crafting a personalized probiotic protocol that changes across the lifespan, to meet your patients' needs at every age and stage of life.
AllergiesImmune Health

Surviving Seasonal Allergies

As spring approaches, tree pollen counts soar–and so does the influx of patients with congestion, itching, sneezing and watery, irritated ...
Food Allergies

Beneficial Bacteria Fight Milk Allergies

In a study published in Allergology International, researchers show that a common strain of probiotic—Bifidobacteria—can improve treatment outcomes for children with milk allergies.
Cardiovascular HealthLifestyle Medicine

Another Reason to Get Fit

It is well-known that being physically unfit at a young age is linked to an increased risk of cardiovascular disease ...

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Glycine & NAC: A Winning Combo for Longevity

Have scientists discovered the fountain of youth? Not quite yet, but there’s some promising new research to report. According to a study from Nutrients, a ...
COVID-19Nutritional Medicine

Treating Long COVID: What We Know So Far

Current findings shed light on its pathogenesis and progression—and offer promising protocols to improve patients’ lives. As the initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic subsides, ...

Cellular Senescence Offers Vital Clues for Healthy Aging

In the rapidly evolving field of longevity, emerging research on cellular senescence—a state of stable cell cycle arrest in which cells cease to replicate—offers vital ...
Botanical MedicineSIBO

A Promising Herbal Therapy for Patients with SIBO

Could there be natural support for patients with small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)? SIBO is characterized by a higher concentration of bacteria exceeding 100,000 colony-forming ...
COVID-19OneMedicine Podcast

Understanding Long Covid and an Effective Protocol from Jacob Teitelbaum, MD

In this episode, we talk with Jacob Teitelbaum, MD about long covid and a treatment protocol he is using to improve the quality of life ...

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Stopping GLP-1 Receptor Agonists… Why and How to Plan an “Exit Strategy” for Your Patients

In recent years, the pharmaceutical landscape has seen the emergence of glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonists (RAs) such as semaglutide and tirzepatide, offering promising outcomes in weight reduction for those struggling with obesity. Landmark trials demonstrated significant weight loss in obese individuals. ...

Acknowledging Gender Differences in Obesity Research

With the celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8th, it’s timely to review the differences in women’s health research and how that specifically affects investigations into treatments for overweight and obesity. Obesity and overweight—gender similarities and differences By 2022, 8 billion ...

Researchers Link Abdominal Fat to Brain Health in Men

According to the World Health Organization, some 55 million people globally suffer from Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. With 10 million new cases diagnosed annually, dementia has become the seventh leading cause of death worldwide, and those numbers are only likely to grow ...

Amarasate, An Extract of Bitter Hop Flowers Shown Effective For Weight Loss: The Science And Mode Of Action

With the massive interest in the use of glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) receptor agonists for the management of both Type 2 diabetes and obesity/overweight, it is timely to review the mode of action of these medications and that of an alternative GLP-1-stimulating nutraceutical. ...

Multiple Human Studies Show Significant Weight-Loss Benefits for Amarasate, A Proprietary Extract of Bitter Hops

A trio of studies performed in the past 5 years shows that a proprietary hops extract called Amarasate can help curb hunger and food cravings.

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