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Insufficient Magnesium – Public Health Crisis Declared

An important new study declares inadequate magnesium intake a public health crisis. Discover why its probably a good idea to boost your intake of this valuable mineral.

The Best Form of Vitamin E for Health

Studies support the fact that tocotrienols are far superior to regular d-alpha tocopherol for supporting cardiovascular health. Discover what to look for in a quality supplement.

Heart Health and Alzheimer’s Connected

A newly published research article connects brain and heart health into a very interesting perspective.

Niacin Helps Cholesterol & Triglyceride Health

Niacin, or vitamin B3, plays important roles in cholesterol, triglyceride, and circulatory health and has long been known as an important nutrient for maintaining cardiovascular health.

Gut Motility: Fundamentals to Master for Metabolism, Weight Management, and Gut

Gut motility and the MIgrating Motor Complex (MMC) are essential to a healthy gut and gut flora, as well as healthy blood sugar, leptin, weight management and feeling satisfied at meals.

Protein Is Essential for Thyroid Function – Are You Getting Enough?

If you want to achieve healthy thyroid function, it’s time to examine your diet!

Fiber Sets the Foundation for Healthy Weight Loss

Getting the recommended 30-50 grams of fiber will help you follow The Five Rules of the Leptin Diet without feeling deprived and make you more likely to reach your goal weight.

Low Thyroid Hormone and Brain Inflammation in CFS

There is an underlying theme between thyroid function and CFS — neuroinflammation and dysfunctional metabolism. There is an additional need for brain and metabolic support here. Learn how to help.

4 Natural Ways to Boost Energy

Feeling tired all the time? Use these four tips to help boost your energy levels naturally.

Low Blood Pressure Causes Fatigue and Brain Stress

Those with a blood pressure below the recommended 120/80 are often told that their numbers are terrific with nothing to worry about. This may not be entirely true for some individuals.