Archive for the ‘Aches and Pain’ Category

B12 and Vitamin D Needed for Rotator Cuff Health

Physical conditioning and surgery are common fixes for shoulder problems, but did you know that your status of these nutrients could be more helpful for healthy, youthful shoulders?

Joint Health Depends on Healthy Mitochondria

Your joint health relies on healthy mitochondria. Regular exercise, a healthy diet, and antioxidant support are the best things you can do to keep your joints feeling young.

Exercise and Mitochondria: Use It and Nurture It

Give yourself a head start by priming your body for exercise.

2021 Year in Review: A Time to Take Charge of Your Health

In 2021, our lives continued to be stressed in all different directions. Daily review of pandemic numbers, public service messages on vaccines, the whiplash effect of ever-changing rules, and…

Summertime Nutritional Tips for Sun, Fun, and the Bumps that Go With Them

Read on for tips for fun in the sun this summer! From sun and heat to bugs, picnics, and traveling, here are some resources for you to stay healthy.

Cartilage and Brain Health Linked with Mitochondria and Circadian Rhythm

Systemic chronic inflammation and disrupted circadian rhythms wear down your body. It is shown that they adversely affect your cartilage and brain health – a surprising connection!

Turmeric – Why You Should Be Taking This Amazing Nutrient

The familiar golden spice, Turmeric, has been used for centuries and has numerous health benefits – from cell repair to skin health.

Hyaluronic Acid Prized for Skin, Joints, Dental and Body Repair

This compound’s anti-aging effects work on the skins surface as well as deep within the body.

Natural Support for Menstrual Discomfort

Are you eating an inflammatory diet? Higher levels of certain inflammatory compounds contribute to more uterine cramping in the few hours before or the first day of the menses.

Social Isolation and Stress Management

Social isolation has taken a toll on so many during these times. It is a great challenge is to manage the underlying physical stress that isolation can silently cause.