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ImmunityNutritional Medicine

Natural Plant Compound Inhibits Drug-Resistant Candida Grow

Candida is a yeast often found on the skin and in the digestive tract of healthy people. Some species, such …

Botanical MedicineGastrointestinal Health

Turmeric Works as Well as Drugs for Treating Indigestion

Turmeric, the spice that gives curry its yellow color, has been as an herbal remedy for nearly 4,000 years. Its …

Cardiovascular HealthWomen's Health

Study Sheds Light on Postmenopausal Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation—an irregular, often very rapid, heart rhythm—is a serious condition that can lead to blood clots, stroke, heart failure, …

DiabetesNutritional Medicine

Probiotic Reduces Insulin Resistance

Insulin resistance is a well-known precursor to obesity, prediabetes, and type-2 diabetes. It occurs when cells in the body stop …

Immune Health Resource CenterNutritional Medicine

Is Your Immune System Susceptible or Strong?

Whether or not we contract a virus, bacteria, or other pathogen depends on our individual  susceptibility. So what makes someone …

Botanical MedicineCannabis/Cannabinoids

What Is The Endocannabinoid System and Why Should You Care About It?

Chapter 1 from 2018 Edition: The statements mentioned in this content have not been evaluated by the FDA, and are …

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NutritionNutritional Medicine

Melatonin – more than a hormone for sleep

In recent years, melatonin has become one of the world’s most popular dietary supplements – a fact some may attribute to an increase in screen …

Ashwaganda and Saffron
Sexual Health

Ashwagandha and Saffron: Key Tools for a New Era of Living

With Clinical Data for Mood, Stress, and Sexual Health, the Many Reasons to Consider Ashwaganda and Saffron for “Recovery 2021” In 2020, stress pretty much …

gut-brain axis

How to Enhance Vagus Nerve Tone to Support the Gut-Brain Axis: A Guide for Medical Professionals

Optimize Gut-Brain Axis: Enhance Vagus Nerve Tone. Explore evidence-based strategies for improving vagus nerve health and promoting optimal gut-brain axis functioning. Discover deep breathing, exercise, meditation, probiotics, and omega-3 supplementation. Elevate patient well-being.


Vagus Nerve Treatment for COVID Loss of Taste and Smell

Treating the vagus nerve shown to restore taste and smell lost due to COVID


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 …


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 …

Nutritional Medicine

The Toxic Nutrient Triad A little: good. Just a little more: bad

Most clinicians are familiar with the concept that when a little is good, more is often better, but a lot is still reliably toxic. This results in the mindset of there being little chance of doing harm with supplementing a “little,” especially when the supplements involved are well-known and relatively popular supplements, widely regarded as being beneficial without question.

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Longevity Medicine 101: Part 1

Introduction Longevity, the desire to extend our lifespan while preserving health and vitality, has been a fascination throughout human history. In the quest for longevity, medical science has made significant strides, unveiling the roles of cellular processes, senescent cells, mitochondrial function, and …

Longevity Medicine 101: Part 2

Key Longevity Nutrients In the relentless pursuit of longevity, scientific exploration has uncovered the potential of natural compounds to impact cellular health and extend lifespan. Among these compounds, pterostilbene stands out for its remarkable effects on longevity through the induction of autophagy—an …

Harnessing Key Nutrients and Topical Marvels for Radiant Aging Inside and Out

In the realm of healthy aging, a realm where time and science converge, lies a treasure trove of potent key nutrients and topical wonders that can transform the way we approach the aging process. Here we’ll explore the therapeutic properties of L-Baiba, …

A Journey into the World of BPC-157 and DHH-B: Two Clinical Wonders

Introduction: In the realm of medicine, discoveries that hold the promise of healing and transformation often emerge from nature’s bountiful offerings. Among such treasures, BPC-157 and DHHB, two extraordinary compounds derived from Magnolia officinalis, have captivated the imagination of researchers and medical …

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 clues for healthy aging. Though they stop multiplying, senescent cells linger and remain metabolically active, secreting chemicals …

To Slow Aging, Drink More Water

Water makes up 60 percent of the human body and we cannot live without it, yet so many of us do not get enough. Now, a new study from the National Institutes of Health makes the strongest case yet for getting enough …

Nicotinamide Mononucleotide Increases Muscle Insulin Sensitivity in Prediabetic Women

Among various anti-aging health products, nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) has been gaining attention as a promising anti-aging product. Mitochondrial decay, which is responsible for aging, can be reversed by the increased levels of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+) in the body. NMN is a …

Nicotinamide Mononucleotide NMN: what you need to know

Chronic disease in the United States, already highly prevalent, is expected to worsen over the next several decades among all age groups. Chronic diseases are ongoing, generally incurable illnesses or conditions, such as heart disease, asthma, cancer, and diabetes. These diseases are …

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