Archive for the ‘Brain Health’ Category

Minerals Needed for Quality Sleep

Trouble sleeping? A simple lack of minerals can lead to sleepless nights and may be the missing link for blissful slumber.

Disrupted Circadian Rhythm and Methylation Increases Cancer Risk

Modern living challenges our natural circadian rhythm like no other time in history. Synchronization of your circadian rhythms and methylation function is at the root of cell action and regulation.

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.

Adaptogen Rhodiola Helps Stress Resilience, Cognitive Function, and Mood

Stress of all kinds creates challenges for your body and pushes your capacity to adapt. Rhodiola rosea is a stress-busting adaptogenic nutrient that helps your brain and body build stress resilience.

Astaxanthin: Anti-Aging, Immune Support, Mitochondria, and Mold Protector

Recent studies on astaxanthin continue to point out its versatility and impact on the core of health like mitochondria, anti-aging genes, mold protection, and enhanced immune health.

Vitamin D and Your Immune System – Are You Getting Enough?

About one out seven individuals is deficient of vitamin D. This “sunshine vitamin” is absolutely critical to your health – Are you getting enough?

Taking Statins? Protect Your Muscles and Mitochondria

About one in four adults over 40 takes a statin drug to lower cholesterol. Protection of mitochondria with nutrition can assist your body in management of statin induced toxic stress.

Breakthrough Turmeric Extract Optimized for Absorption and Health Benefits

The spice turmeric contains curcumin, one of the most sought-after nutrients. After years of research, nutritional science has achieved a major breakthrough in improving curcumin’s bioavailability.

Hearing Loss – What’s Missing From Your Diet Can Hurt

Have you ever wondered what nutrients your ears need for hearing? Like other systems in your body, your ears’ delicate auditory system requires several nutrients to perform for a lifetime.

Metabolic Syndrome, Diabetes, and Obesity Affects Hearing Status

Hearing loss is the most common loss of the five senses. Hearing loss commonly happens with age, but it correlates with many factors including metabolic syndrome and obesity.