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Curcumin’s ability to eliminate these harmful proteins is critical. This process can help to protect brain neurons and uphold brain function. Curcumin is one of the only natural substances that you can find that has been proven to fully protect the brain from cognitive decline. Read more.. #curcumin
Balanced cortisol levels for deep sleep come from the right combination of B vitamins. Vitamins B3 and B6 buffer the stress response in the body and get cortisol under control. Taking these B vitamins throughout the day can promote relaxation. When taken before bed, vitamins B3 and B6 will regulate stress to make sleepless nights a thing of the past. Read more.. #bvitamins #sleep
Krill are the oceans’ best kept secret. These tiny, shrimp-like crustaceans can be found in Southern Oceans. Southern Oceans are the only oceans in the world that are still preserved in their natural beauty. They have not yet been polluted by toxic heavy metals that can be found in most fish and fish oils. #krilloil
Prostate cancer is a buzzword, but there are plenty of prostate health concerns that can affect a man and his quality of life. The prostate, a walnut-sized gland located in low in the pelvis and underneath the bladder, is vital to male reproductive health. When health starts to falter in this small gland, a slew of health problems can arise, including enlarged prostate, prostatitis, and even prostate cancer. Read more.. #prostate
Also called co- enzyme Q10, this vitamin- like substance is found naturally in every cell in your body. Your body manufactures CoQ10 and uses it to produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP), your body’s prime source of stored energy needed in large amounts. Researchers have spent a lot of time looking at this intriguing nutrient. Some studies even suggest that increasing levels of this potent antioxidant could add nine years to your life. Read more.. #Coq10 #Antioxidant
There’s something important you should know about your gut: It’s not just for digestion. In the past two decades, researchers have uncovered the marvel that is the human digestive system, also called the gut microbiome or the “second brain” because of how the gut communicates with the body. Read more.. #Probiotics
Lutein and zeaxanthin are two of the most important eye nutrients, found in green leafy vegetables and yellow plant pigments. Out of the 600 naturally occurring carotenoids that exist, lutein and zeaxanthin are the only two that accumulate in large quantities in the retina, or macula, of the eye. Read more.. #lutein #zeaxanthin
The thyroid gland may be easy to identify, but when it malfunctions, its detrimental effects on the body remain a mystery to many doctors. Along with other chronic health conditions that cause a constellation of confusing symptoms, like IBS and celiac disease, a thyroid disorder can be nearly impossible to diagnose. Read more.. #thyroid
We have all heard of enzymes before, but when asked about the part they play in the body, most of us are stumped. Enzymes may be everywhere – in beer, in cheese, in sauerkraut, in food processing, and in medicine - but their function in the body can still be difficult for many people to define. Read on.. #enzyme #enzymes
There are two major concerns with prescribing statins for high cholesterol: The first is that cholesterol is not the danger the medical community has made it out to be. Cholesterol is not a disease - your liver produces cholesterol because it is needed by your body to regulate hormones, brain function, and arterial health. Cholesterol protects the arteries in the body against harmful levels of inflammation.Read on.. #statins #cholesterol
Magnesium plays a role in more than 300 chemical reactions in the body, yet it is a critical mineral that your body can’t produce on its own. This makes it easy and all-too-common for a magnesium deficiency to occur, a deteriorating state of health that can become noticeable in the body immediately. Read more.. #Magnesium
When it comes to the treatment of mental illness, it can often feel like you are beating your head against a wall. It’s true that stigma and lack of treatment are some of the biggest obstacles to overcome. But the latest nutritional research isn’t just ground- breaking – it’s hopeful. For sufferers of mental illness who are in desperate need of relief, hearing that lifestyle and nutritional changes can make a significant difference in their mental and emotional health comes as welcome news. More
With all the supporting research that has laid the foundation, the path is clear. High-quality nutrition can not only support weight loss and a better quality of life, through a balanced mood and higher levels of energy, but it can help you to live longer too. If you want to live out all of your years feeling like your best self, it starts with making a daily commitment to good health - and to good nutrition. Read more..
Curcumin is the most active compound found in turmeric and gives the spice its yellow colour. Curcumin is the form of the spice used in the present day with strong pharmacological properties. Turmeric is a mild medicinal tonic, while curcumin is a potent healing compound with decades of research to back it. Read more.. #curcumin #turmeric
Diet and nutrition have been directly linked to immunity. UK researchers discovered in 2011 that eating green vegetables could be enough to improve immune defence – mice fed a vegetable- poor diet for only two to three weeks saw a 70 to 80 percent drop in immune- protective cells in the gut and the skin. Read more.. #immunesystem
When taken as a supplement, krill oil solves many of the problems that fish oil presents. Krill oil is a super-rich source of omega-3, 6 and 9 fatty acids. It is especially rich in the omega-3 fatty acids EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), known to support the health of the heart and the brain. This EPA and DHA content in krill is critical. #KrillOil #Fishoil
Iodine is a critical mineral in the body that is often overlooked. There are a few things we know about this essential trace element that can be found naturally in the fertile soil. Iodine is most often associated with the thyroid: roughly 60 percent of iodine in the body can be found in the thyroid gland. Read more.. #Iodine
What do anxiety and irritability, cramps, dizziness, fatigue, loss of appetite, heart spasms, muscle weakness, nausea, nervousness, poor memory and tingling hands have in common? If you were to plug these concerning symptoms into Dr Google, you might be met with the unofficial “diagnosis” of a devastating disease. But, in reality, these pressing symptoms that can often confuse doctors and compromise quality of life may all be traced back to a magnesium deficiency. #magnesim
Within the past decade, the flu vaccine has become one of the greatest areas of controversy in health and medical arenas. We’ve seen countless headlines and medical recommendations in support of the annual flu shot, while contradictory studies are often overlooked or pushed to the side. Read more.. #flu
For many men, something as small as the prostate, a walnut-sized gland that is a critical component of a man’s reproductive system, can be the straw that breaks the camel’s back. An unhealthy prostate can soon affect the health of the entire body, especially if aggressive and rapidly spreading prostate cancer is not detected early. Read on..