Reclaim Health For The Long Haul Post-COVID

It’s been more than a year since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The good news is that even among the most at-risk populations, the vast majority recover from the acute illness. But that bright cloud sports a dark underbelly, which we’re seeing with the rise of the oftentimes debilitating “long-haulers syndrome.” This post-viral illness…

Osteoarthritis Update

Osteoarthritis, often called “wear and tear” arthritis, is the most common form of arthritis. In these studies, CoQ10 and garlic showed promise in supporting the health concerns of those dealing with this issue. Nutrients boost muscle and joint function CoQ10 for muscle and endurance Over time, cartilage that cushions and separates bone joints breaks down….

Six Steps For Emotional Agility

The world has changed dramatically in the past year, and many of us are fighting to remain positive and hopeful during these trying times. According to experts, it’s not positivity, but emotional agility that’s the key to resiliency and greater happiness overall. What is emotional agility? The term emotional agility was originally coined in a…

Blood Glucose and Cardiovascular Health

For decades, cholesterol has been vilified as the key factor driving heart attacks and strokes. While new drugs can drastically reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol, studies suggest that lives are not being saved by this approach. A paradigm shift is underway, and refined carbohydrates, sugar, and insulin resistance are emerging as key threats to heart health….

Men and Women Experience Heart Attacks Differently

A heart attack happens when blood flow to the heart muscle becomes blocked, restricting oxygen. Depending on how long blood supply is cut off, heart damage can occur, from mild to severe, and can sometimes be fatal. Did you know that men and women experience heart attacks in unique ways? These stories of two heart…

Blood Sugar Management Tips

According to the CDC, there are several things one can do to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables as part of a healthy diet plan. Keep your weight at a healthy level. Get regular physical activity, which can be as simple as walking.  Avoid skipping meals and try to…

Eye Health Update

Our eyes have no protection from damaging light rays, including the blue light that emits from our computer and cell phone screens. We wear sunglasses outside, and there are glasses and screens that purport to reduce the fatigue of blue light on the eyes. But we can add to our eyes’ protection by providing them…

Take Care of Your Brain

Brain health begins in the womb. Providing the right nutrients throughout life is also important for your best brain.  In these studies, researchers looked at the benefits of folic acid, flavonoids, carotenoids and fish oil on brain health. Mothers’ folic acid improved cognition in children Doctors in this study followed 70 mother-child pairs from the…

Migraine Support Update

What is migraine? Unlike a common tension headache, where blood vessels contract, in migraine, doctors believe blood vessels dilate, often causing visual aura effects in addition to throbbing pain. Symptoms can last for hours and up to days, and may include extreme sensitivity to light and sound, nausea and vomiting. Those who experience 14 or…

Get the Most from Exercise

Exercise is important to health. According to Medline.gov, some of exercise’s benefits include helping us lose weight, supporting a better mood, reducing risk of heart disease, helping us better manage blood sugar and insulin, strengthen bones and muscles, reduce the risk of some cancers, and more. In these studies, nutrients like ubiquinol, whey and curcumin…

Finding MORE This 2021

When 2020 seemed to take so much, this new year is the time to grab hold of more. Make 2021 the year you take better care of yourself and your family. Eliminate the things that suck your energy and embrace the things that bring you joy. Treat each day as the gift that it is…

Supplement Support For Your Best Fitness Experience

Fitness is important all year round, but at the beginning of each new year, we often seem to take the time to re-focus on our fitness goals. To help you keep your promise to yourself to exercise more, or more effectively, in this new year, consider information about nutrients and physical activity in the following…