Be Ahead of the Curve with these Early-Stage Discoveries

Check out these early-stage discoveries about nutrients that just may lead to larger, more definitive studies.  Here are some of the most promising recent findings.  Plant extracts build bone Fruit and vegetable polyphenols may benefit bone. In this study, 46 healthy postmenopausal women took a combination of pomegranate and grape seed extracts or a combination…

Early-Stage Discoveries May Lead to Larger, Human Trials

Many human trials begin on the basis of earlier, lab studies. Here are some of the most recent findings that seem to warrant further investigation. ATP boosted blood flow ATP, or adenosine triphosphate, is the energy fuel in every cell in the body. In this lab study, blood flow in rats during exercise increased as…

Ahead of the Curve: Early Discoveries Lead to More Studies

Studies in the lab using smaller mammals or test tubes can be the precursor to further studies on human subjects. In these examples, good results in the lab may lead to larger, human trials. Here are some of the most promising recent findings: Curcumin and ALA boost DHA The omega-3 DHA is essential for healthy…

Protecting Muscle and Bone

Spring may have sprung, but the last thing you want to do is be sidetracked from your exercise goals as we barrel towards swimsuit season!  This article on supplements that help support those with exercise on the brain may be just the ticket for your lovely days of Spring. Nutrients protect after exercise and military…

Support a Healthy Inflammation Response

Believe it or not, inflammation can actually be a good thing.  As we all learned in biology class: Inflammation is a process by which the body’s white blood cells and chemicals protect us from infection with foreign substances, such as bacteria and viruses.  –WebMD.com However, too much of any good thing can also become a…