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Cognitive HealthNutritional Medicine

Certain Nutrients Appear to Slow Brain Aging

A study published in the journal npj Aging shows that specific nutrients may promote healthy brain aging and stave off cognitive decline.
Pain Management

Chiropractic Treatment Linked to Fewer Prescriptions for Back Pain

Lower back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide, affecting some 619 million people globally. And that number is ...

A Good Night’s Sleep—Essential for Full Body Restoration

When looking at the word restoration, REST is the first four letters of this essential pursuit. As clinicians treating patients ...
Botanical Medicine

Matcha Mouthwash Puts the Bite on Gum Disease

Periodontitis is an inflammatory gum disease caused by infection by bacteria, particularly Porphyromonas gingivalis, which colonizes biofilms on tooth surfaces ...
AgingNutritional Medicine

Connective Tissue Wellness and Healthy Aging

Why connective tissue and collagen are essential for vital aging, and how evidence-based supplements can keep your patients healthy and ...
Botanical Medicine

Natural Compound Speeds Nerve Regeneration

Blessed thistle (Cnicus benedictus) is a thorny, flowering plant native to the Mediterranean region. For centuries, extracts or teas of ...
Cognitive HealthNutrition

Junk Food Diet May Cause Long-term Brain Damage

The link between diet and brain health has been well established, with research showing that a so-called Western diet high ...
Neurological DisordersOneMedicine Podcast

Natural Neurology

Our podcast, featuring Karta Purkh (“KP”) Singh Khalsa, AD, a Dietitian-Nutritionist and Ayurveda expert, international lecturer and author of 31 ...

Can a Father’s Gut Health Affect His Offspring?

Our gut microbiota is made up of the millions of microscopic creatures that inhabit our gastrointestinal tract. It is responsible ...

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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 species of mushrooms have been ...
Botanical Medicine

Study Documents Ginseng Effectiveness For Exercise Recovery

A research review published in the journal Nutrients shows that multiple different preparations of ginseng show promise in speeding up exercise recovery and reducing muscle ...
Botanical Medicine

Ashwagandha: An Overview of the Research and Clinical Indications

As a part of the Ayurvedic herbal tradition, Ashwagandha has been used as an adaptogenic botanical medicine for hundreds of years. In botanical medicine traditions ...
Botanical Medicine

Ancient Herb Shows Promise for Stress Relief

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is a shrub native to India, Africa, and the Middle East. It has been used for at least 3,000 years in the ...
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 ...

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Meal Timing & Cardiovascular Health

Adding to the body of knowledge regarding dietary patterns and cardiovascular disease (CVD), a cross-sectional study was recently published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, revealing an association between the timing of specific foods and CVD risk. Nearly 28,000 adults in the U.S. ...

Natural Support for Lipid Metabolism and Cardiovascular Health – White Paper

This detailed white paper explores how certain nutrients enhance lipid metabolism and boost cardiovascular health. Learn how specific nutrients, backed by loads of scientific research, work synergistically to maintain and improve cholesterol levels. As a healthcare professional, this white paper provides valuable ...

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 all the disease and conditions practitioners face, cardiovascular health is one of the most complex and nuanced, influenced by factors ranging from ...

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 much later in life. But the mechanism behind this finding has never been fully understood. With that in mind, an international team ...

Potassium Shows Impressive Blood Pressure Benefits

Hypertension (high blood pressure) is known as the “silent killer” because it presents few, if any, symptoms and yet is responsible for more than 11 million deaths each year. For decades, scientists have warned of the risks of a high-sodium diet, as ...

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