Most people are aware there are risks with obesity, but many do not know that being overweight and having obesity are linked with some cancers. According to CDC Director Brenda Fitzgerald, MD, “a majority of American adults weigh more than recommended – and being overweight or obese puts people at higher risk for a number … Continue reading Cancers Associated with ObesityRead More
The manufacturer of the popular heart burn remedy Zantac has voluntarily recalled its drug from stores in the United States and Canada while the FDA continues an investigation about a possible carcinogen in the drug. “Due to inconsistencies in preliminary test results of the active ingredient used in the U.S. and Canadian products, Sanofi has … Continue reading Zantac Recall While FDA Investigates Probable CarcinogenRead More
We are constantly reminded of the benefits of eating vegetables but choosing the right vegetables to eat can be daunting when combined with busy schedules and frantically choosing a healthy option. Below are a few suggestions to obtain the maximum amount of nutrients with a handful of vegetables that are sure to help us reach … Continue reading Maximum Nutrition with Power VegetablesRead More
If you are eating foods that are high in saturated fats, you may want to think about making some changes. The Scientific Advisory Committee released a study that found a direct link between saturated fat intake and the increased risk of cardiovascular disease/high cholesterol. Luckily, there are many ways you can cut saturated fats almost … Continue reading Simple Tips to Reduce Saturated Fats from Your DietRead More
“One of the most effective anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory agents is vitamin E and its derivatives” sad Professor Karlheinz Pater, the Baker Institute’s Deputy Director, Basic and Translational Science and lead author of the recent study connecting vitamin E therapy given to patients after suffering a heart attack. The treatment would begin as soon as in … Continue reading The Many Benefits of Vitamin E – Including Patients with Heart AttacksRead More
There are many benefits of Vitamin D, but most people don’t associate it with weight loss. If you’re struggling with those last few pounds, or just want to boost your metabolism to encourage weight loss, a daily regimen of Vitamin D may be the jumpstart you need! The best way to ensure your body is … Continue reading The Benefits of Vitamin D for Health & Weight LossRead More
On average, people who consume caffeine regularly tend to have higher blood pressure than those who don’t. With caffeinated drinks becoming so popular these days, it is highly recommended that you consult with your doctor to determine your body’s tolerance to caffeine. Also try to limit your intake to 200mg per day – which is … Continue reading Does Caffeine Affect Blood Pressure?Read More
Blueberries are widely known to have various health benefits as they contain highest levels of anti-aging antioxidants of any fresh fruit. But did you know they can also help lower your blood pressure? A recent study by the Journal of Gerontology* suggests that eating one cup of blueberries each day may help decrease systolic blood … Continue reading Blueberries and Blood PressureRead More
BPC actually stands for Body Protecting Compound! It is your body’s protector. Think of your lean tissues (muscle, tendon, ligament) as a brick building and each brick is a protein. Peptides are essentially the cement mix that form the bricks. By introducing peptides we are basically providing the raw materials to rebuild our bricks (lean … Continue reading Protect & Heal: The Benefits of BPC-157Read More
As we age, we all experience a decline in hormone levels which directly effects our sleep, mood, libido, weight and a host of other systems in our bodies. One way to combat these adverse effects of aging is the use of peptide therapy.Peptides are simply a short chain of amino acids that link together to form small proteins. They are always present in our bodies and stimulateRead More
What we put in our body controls how our cells function, and cell function is essential for optimal organ function and overall health and wellness. Eating a healthy diet, exercise and taking oral supplements aren’t always enough and the essential vitamins and minerals our body needs to function at its best can become depleted.Most of the time by things out of our control,Read More
Did you know that something as simple as joint pain can be directly linked to a decrease in hormone levels? As we age our hormone levels begin to steadily decline. In healthy adults, this begins in our mid-30’s to early 40’s. This hormonal imbalance can be the cause of several symptoms commonly associated with aging. However, we don’t have to suffer justRead More
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