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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 ...
Botanical MedicineCognitive Health

Herbal Remedy Shows Promise for Stroke-Related Cognitive Impairment

Stroke is the fifth-leading cause of death in the United States and a leading cause of disability. More than half ...
Children's HealthPregnancy

Researchers Uncover Link Between Exercise, Breastfeeding, and Childhood Obesity

Check out any forum for expectant mothers online, and you’re apt to find a lot of misinformation about breastfeeding—specifically whether ...
Weight loss

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 ...
Cardiovascular HealthNutritional Medicine

Heart Health Protocol

This paper will scientifically justify supporting heart health using three critical dietary supplements. I have utilized the following three supplements in clinical practice and have ...
ArthritisLongevity

The Most Overlooked Underlying Cause of Joint Dysfunction: Senescent Cells

Senescent cells, colloquially known as “zombie cells,” have emerged as pivotal players in the aging process and age-related ailments, particularly ...
Nutritional MedicineSleep

Best Forms of Magnesium for Sleep

The magnitude of magnesium’s importance in the human body cannot be understated. This master mineral is the fourth most abundant ...
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 ...

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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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