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24 Jun

High Sugar and Fat Changes the Gut Microbiome and Cognitive Flexibility!

There is growing evidence that altering the microbiome can influence the brain and behavior, and therefore Western diets which are high in fat, sugars and refined carbohydrates may influence behavior and gut microbiota. Researchers led by Kathy Magnusson at Oregon State University with the Linus...

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17 Jun

Glucosamine and Chondroitin for a longer life?

Glucosamine and chondroitin are primarily used for osteoarthritis and joint pain, with an estimated 7.4% of Americans (age 57-85) having used them in 2005-06. While studies of their efficacy have yielded inconsistent results, evidence from laboratory, animal, and a number of human studies suggest...

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10 Jun

Sculacia® Supplement FAQ

Why you may need Sculacia®: In recent years, the safety of pharmaceutical joint pain formulas has been questioned and has resulted in doctors looking for effective, natural answers to support their patients’ needs. Sculacia® is such a product. Supplying a patented, proprietary, all-natural blend of...

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05 Jun

For SIBO, specific botanical interventions are as good as or better than antibiotics!

Small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) results in chronic intestinal and extraintestinal symptomatology, adversely affecting patients’ quality of life. In this study, approved by the Johns Hopkins University Internal Review Board, researchers looked at the remission rate of SIBO using...

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28 May

Our Brains Need Vitamin E!

Researchers from the Linus Pauling Science Center at Oregon State conducted a study using zebrafish to elucidate the molecular consequences of vitamin E deficiency on brain lipids. Zebrafish express the α-tocopherol transfer protein (α-TTP), which facilitates hepatic α-tocopherol secretion into...

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19 May

Vitamin D for Diabetes and Clogged Arteries?

Because low vitamin D levels are associated with diabetes and heart disease, researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine looked at the associations between vitamin D, immune function, and these two diseases, the combination of which are the most common cause of illness and death in...

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14 Jun

Health Benefits of Vitamin D Dependent On Type Taken

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17 Feb

7-Keto, Dr. Oz and Belly Fat!

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28 May

Chiropractic Management of Chronic Hypertension: An Idea Whose Time Has Arrived in Print

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28 Apr

Effect of Vitamin D Replacement in Patients of Fibromyalgia

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