Women's Health

The Inflammation Epidemic

Monday, 14 January 2019 05:22

New research shows that Chronic Low Grade Inflammation in up to 50% of the population is contributing to the most common causes of death in the U.S., including:

SPMs and Alzheimers

Sunday, 09 December 2018 23:47

Specialized Pro-Resolving Mediators Help Protect Patient’s Brains From Alzheimer’s

Multiple studies from the National Institutes of Health research website show Specialized Pro-Resolving Mediators can help clear Beta-Amyloid plaques and inflammation in early Alzheimer’s disease, resulting in improved cognitive functioning.

Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) research has taken a surprising turn of late. Disillusioned with the failure of many Alzheimer’s drug trials, researchers are now focusing on the immune system as playing a key role in preventing and even reversing the disease if caught in the early stages.

The State Of Sleep Deprivation

Monday, 12 November 2018 07:10

For the most part, we know what we need to do to stay relatively healthy. Drink plenty of water, exercise regularly, stay away from fast food, get eight hours of sleep every night.

When life gets busy, though, the things we know we are supposed to do are the first to go. We drink coffee instead of water, skip the gym to catch up on work, swing by the local drive-thru on the way home, and stay up too late.

And that is just everyday life, it does not even begin to scrape the surface of the 70 million adults who suffer from a sleep disorder.

The Key To Regularity: Fiber

Wednesday, 06 June 2018 01:46

In the wake of an obesity epidemic, Americans are constantly hearing about how poor the average diet is. We get too many carbs and fats, we don't get enough vitamins and other nutrients. How can we combat this dilemma when it's easier to swing by a fast-food drive-thru than it is to prepare a well-balanced meal at home and bring it with you?

This is the weakness the supplement industry has capitalized on, providing people with the opportunity to not have to choose between healthy and convenient. With that being said, there is a lot of misinformation surrounding supplements and what you actually need, if any.

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As you get older, the connective tissue in your body, such as the ligaments and tendons, age with you. Your natural collagen, which is the protein found in these ligaments and tendons, breaks down over time. This breakdown is linked to a number of health problems, so you want to prevent collagen