Archive for February 2018

Depression Insights: Mitochondria Affect Mood

Novel research has found a strong correlation between mitochondrial dysfunction and depression. This is a fresh look at depression and offers new hope for treatment.

Pterostilbene: Funny Name but Powerful, Versatile Nutrient

Pterostilbene, a natural phenol nutrient in grapes, blueberries, berries, and peanuts, offers remarkable benefits for inflammation-related disorders and aging.

Heart and Gut Health: A Dual Relationship

Gut flora impacts many different things related with cardiovascular risks. Discover the best ways to improve gut health and address cardiovascular issues in a different way.

Managing Autoimmune Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis

In Hashimoto’s, the medical approach fails to address the root cause of the issue. Instead, address the underlying autoimmune condition and feel like yourself again.

Cardiovascular Health and Inflammation

Knowing your cholesterol levels is only part of the picture. Knowing your levels of these important inflammatory markers may actually be a better predictor of your cardiovascular health.

Is Oxidative Stress Aging You Prematurely?

We can’t avoid aging altogether, but we can age as gracefully as possible by reducing oxidative stress with the help of certain nutrients.

Restless Legs Syndrome and Heart Disease Risk

Twitchy, jumpy, restless legs while trying to sleep can affect a good night’s rest. The condition has been found to be linked to certain health concerns and nutrient deficiencies.

Pantethine Helps Metabolism, Cholesterol, and Stress

Pantethine is a unique form of vitamin B5 that gives it health benefits that regular vitamin B5 doesn’t have. Discover why it’s worth taking this amazing nutrient!