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  1. Natural Options for Dealing With Menopause Fatigue

    Natural Options for Dealing With Menopause Fatigue

    Menopause is a significant period in a woman's life during which the ovaries cease production of the sex hormones estrogen and progesterone. Menopause fatigue is one of the most common symptoms that occurs when the female body goes through this significant life change. Menopause fatigue is rooted in a number of biological changes, most notably the hormone imbalances that happen...
  2. 9 Ways to Stay Healthy This Winter

    9 Ways to Stay Healthy This Winter

    Looking for ways to stay healthy this winter? There are numerous proactive steps that you can take today to boost your health in the months ahead. How to Stay Healthy This Winter From watching what you eat to making some minor lifestyle changes, you are in control of your health as winter makes an appearance. Doing all of the little...
  3. Japanese Knotweed Root Extract Could Reduce Cancer Risk of Processed Meat

    Japanese Knotweed Root Extract Could Reduce Cancer Risk of Processed Meat

    Chances are, you have probably never heard of Japanese knotweed root extract. However, this plant can deliver a large number of health benefits. One of the most recently discovered advantages of consuming this root extract is that it may reduce the cancer risk that accompanies the consumption of processed meat. This is good news for anyone who loves to indulge...
  4. New Study Demonstrates How Prebiotics Help Regulate Circadian Rhythm

    New Study Demonstrates How Prebiotics Help Regulate Circadian Rhythm

    Prebiotics, are a type of dietary fiber that help to nourish the the "good" bacteria in our digestive tract and help them proliferate. Aside from the wealth of additional health benefits they provide, scientists are just beginning to better understand how prebiotics help regulate circadian rhythm, assisting in the support of healthy sleep and wake cycles. Here, you will learn...
  5. Is There a Best Time of Day to Exercise?

    Is There a Best Time of Day to Exercise?

    Looking to start a new exercise routine? If so, it would be wise to consider the research detailing when is the best time of day to exercise. If you are looking for a definitive time of day that works for everyone, you will likely be disappointed. The fact is that while some people receive more targeted benefits when working out in...
  6. Getting Enough Vitamin D in Fall and Winter is Crucial for Healthy Immunity

    Getting Enough Vitamin D in Fall and Winter is Crucial for Healthy Immunity

    Vitamin D is best known for its ability to aid in calcium absorption in the body and support healthy bone development. However, this fat-soluble vitamin also plays a crucial role in the maintenance of the body's digestive, circulatory and nervous systems. Most recently, the vitamin has been shown to have an increasingly positive effect on immune system function. Not getting...
  7. Discovered: Flavonoids Lower Blood Pressure Via the Gut Microbiome

    Discovered: Flavonoids Lower Blood Pressure Via the Gut Microbiome

    A new study out of the U.K. may have pinpointed exactly how flavonoids lower blood pressure. While some of the health benefits of flavonoids have been known for some time, it is only recently that scientists have discovered that these compounds may also play a role in helping to lower blood pressure through the body's gut. Here is what you...
  8. Three Natural Plant Ingredients That Promote Healthy Cell Growth

    Three Natural Plant Ingredients That Promote Healthy Cell Growth

    Healthy cells that start to weaken become more susceptible to a variety of diseases and illnesses. This increases the risk of health concerns like heart disease, cancer and a myriad of other health conditions. The promising news is that research has demonstrated that specific natural ingredients can work to promote healthy cell growth and protect healthy cells from damage at...
  9. New Research Suggests Genetics Shape Gut Microbiome

    New Research Suggests Genetics Shape Gut Microbiome

    The gut microbiome is made up of trillions of different types of bacteria, fungi, viruses and other species, most of which reside inside the cecum, a pocket within the large intestine. Although the individual species are microscopic, as a whole, they can weigh up to five pounds. The gut microbiome is so important to human health that it is often...
  10. Insufficient Tryptophan Alters Gut Microbiome, Increases Inflammation

    Insufficient Tryptophan Alters Gut Microbiome, Increases Inflammation

    Tryptophan is an essential amino acid. Associated with serotonin production, and thereby linked to mood, as well as connected to energy levels and immune system function, new research finds that insufficient tryptophan can impact gut microbiome and may significantly increase inflammation. Chronic inflammation has been shown to increase the risk of numerous diseases, including those among the leading causes of...

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