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Cardiovascular Health

New Study: Omegas Impact on Those with Family History of Heart Disease

The health benefits of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) have been well documented. Studies have found that these beneficial fats—found ...

Stress Eating? What Does the Research Say?

We’re all familiar with stress eating. You feel the pressure getting to you and you reach for a “comfort” food—one ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
CancerNutritional Medicine

Study Finds New Role for Vitamin D in Cancer Treatment

Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is a fairly common side effect of cancer treatment, affecting some 30-40 percent of patients. It ...
Cardiovascular HealthNutrition

Another Reason to Give Up Meat

The idea that eating less meat can improve cardiovascular health certainly isn’t new. Studies have found that people who eat ...
Foundational Nutrition

Research Is Finding Diet Alone Isn’t Enough To Meet Nutrient Needs

The modern diet, lifestyle, and increased exposure to stress demands more nutritional support to sustain our bodies. Yet, most people ...

Harnessing the power of traditional, complementary and integrative healthcare: What the World Health Organization should do

Traditional, complementary, and integrative healthcare (TCIH) is a valuable but often underutilized resource. TCIH could both help address a range ...

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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.

The New Wave of Weight Loss

Blending pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals and integrative approaches for safe, sustainable weight loss that works. Of all the challenges encountered by practitioners, helping patients achieve and maintain weight loss continues to be one of the most frustrating, futile issues. Now, a new generation of ...

New Research Uncovers Additional Reasons to Eat Kimchi

Kimchi, a traditional Korean dish made by salting and fermenting vegetables with various flavorings and seasonings, is well known as a health food. Cabbage and radish are usually the main vegetables used in the dish, which contains few calories and is rich ...
Intermittent fasting

Intermittent Fasting May Reduce Risk of Type-2 Diabetes

A new study in Nature Medicine shows that a time-restricted, intermittent fasting diet lowered the risk of diabetes more than a reduced-calorie diet.

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