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The Difference Between Vitamin D, Vitamin D2, and Vitamin D3 and Which One is the Best For Us

7.22.2021 0 comments
blog cover We’re all familiar with the many different B vitamins—B2, B3, B6, B9, and so on—but did you know there are more than one type of Vitamin D, too? In addition to plain Vitamin D, you’ve got both Vitamin D2 and D3 to consider. Both offer value, but they’re not exactly the same. Let’s take a dive into these three different D vitamins to find out where they...
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Eye Health - 360 Review on How to Keep Your Eyes Healthy

7.15.2021 0 comments
blog cover Most of us fail to realize how important our eyes are until they stop working properly! From the day we’re born, so many of us take it for granted that we can see easily and clearly. Our eyes are always working all day long, from the moment we wake up in the morning until we go to sleep at night. If no problems arise, we’d never even give our eye health...
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Can We Predict The Risk Of Death By Studying Our Gut Microbe? [NEW STUDY]

6.24.2021 0 comments
blog cover Gut bacteria play a number of very important roles in our bodies—more than most people realize! Obviously they’re needed for digestion, as they break down the food we eat. However, they also [1] provide immunity against pathogens, manage fat storage, help modulate bone mass density, protect against damage to the epithelial lining of our cells, modify...
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The Difference Between Probiotics, Prebiotics, and Synbiotics and How They Affect Our Gut Bacteria and Immune System

6.10.2021 0 comments
blog cover Probiotics are all the rage these days! Health and fitness experts, dieticians, and nutritionists just can’t stop talking about probiotics and their many amazing benefits. The truth is that probiotics are incredibly good for your health, thanks to their effect on your gut bacteria—and all the secondary effects that result from better intestinal health. But...
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4 Natural Supplements Linked To Prevention Of Type 2 Diabetes

5.13.2021 0 comments
blog cover Diabetes is a condition that has plagued the modern world for decades. It’s gotten so bad, in fact, that it was raised to one of the chief health concerns by the WHO [1]—they calculated a 400%+ rise between 1980 and 2014. Many people believe that diabetes is a condition they will have to battle for their entire lives. But there’s actually good news:...
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How To Determine If You Have a Food Intolerance And What Is Causing It

4.22.2021 0 comments
blog cover Food intolerances, while not as serious as food allergies, can still be very problematic! Food allergies can be life-threatening, but food intolerances and sensitivities can lead to digestive problems, rashes, skin conditions, intestinal upset, and other side effects that can make life quite unpleasant. Here’s the thing: it’s estimated [1] that 1 in...
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Prevention of Obesity in Early Life. What Parents Should Know?

4.2.2021 0 comments
blog cover Obesity is one of the primary contributors to health problems in the United States today. According to the CDC [1], roughly 42% of the American adult population is obese, with obesity-related health conditions (like Type 2 Diabetes, stroke, heart disease, and even some forms of cancer) being among the leading causes of death—preventable premature death! It’s...
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8 Ways to Avoid Diabetes and Hypertension Growing Old

3.18.2021 0 comments
blog cover Diabetes and hypertension can become BIG problems as you age. During your younger years, it’s likely you weren’t worried about heart problems or metabolic disease. But as you age, you need to realize that these health conditions can affect you in more ways than you realize. For example, studies have proven [1] that diabetes can lead to a higher risk...
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How Food Quality Affects Your Sperm Count

11.24.2020 0 comments
blog cover Yes, you read that right: the food you eat can have a DIRECT effect on your sperm count! The human body is a massive maze of interconnected internal systems and functions. Nothing that you do is ever limited to just one area—everything spreads and affects something else, in both big and small ways. Your digestive system is not only the largest of your...
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A Low Glycemic Diet for Acne Treatment (A New Study)

11.9.2020 0 comments
blog cover A lot of people are already familiar with low-glycemic (low-carb) diets to promote weight loss and fat burning, but it turns out, that’s not the only thing they’re good for! Carbohydrates are your body’s primary source of energy. Thanks to the modern carb-heavy diet, our bodies are accustomed to burning carbs for fuel, and it takes a lot of work to...
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