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  1. Research on Vitamins and Sleep Links Vitamins A, B12 and D to Healthy Circadian Rhythm

    Research on Vitamins and Sleep Links Vitamins A, B12 and D to Healthy Circadian Rhythm

    Disordered sleep is a common and growing public health problem affecting 50-70 million people in the United States. While part of this is due to the business of modern life, there also appear to be other factors at play. At the same time, many Americans suffer from vitamin deficiencies due to poor diet and depleted food. Could these two issues be related...
  2. Top 6 Crucial Vitamins for Men's Health

    Top 6 Crucial Vitamins for Men's Health

    Today, the "Standard American Diet" has become, well, standard -- especially among men. This diet is based on processed foods that are often lacking in nutrients and vitamins. The result is that many men in the United States are deficient in vitamins. In addition, men have slightly different nutritional needs than women and require more of certain vitamins to produce...
  3. The Dawn Phenomenon: Understanding the Circadian Rhythm of Blood Sugar

    The Dawn Phenomenon: Understanding the Circadian Rhythm of Blood Sugar

    Diabetes is one of the fastest growing health problems in the United States and Western World, with around a third of the American adult population currently diabetic or showing signs of developing diabetes. While this disease can be difficult to manage, it can often be treated or even prevented by controlling blood sugar. An increasing body of research suggests that...
  4. Magnesium Benefits for Men Not Limited to Heart Health

    Magnesium Benefits for Men Not Limited to Heart Health

    Modern food tends to be over-processed and depleted of many of the nutrients we need for optimal health. Not too long ago, people focused on both getting enough calories and sufficient amounts of important vitamins; dietary deficiencies were mainly seen in people who were underfed or people living in extreme circumstances. Although people in the West now get plenty of calories...
  5. Natural Ingredients for Heart Health Offer Powerful Cardiovascular Support

    Natural Ingredients for Heart Health Offer Powerful Cardiovascular Support

    Cardiovascular disease is one of the top causes of death in the Western world. In an age of convenience foods and high stress, many people die of heart attacks, strokes and other diseases of our heart and blood vessels. There is a constant stream of new pharmaceuticals intended to preserve our cardiovascular system, but these are limited in effectiveness and...
  6. Turmeric Benefits for Inflammation and Cellular Health

    Turmeric Benefits for Inflammation and Cellular Health

    In the Western world, we don't use turmeric heavily in our diet, although this is beginning to change. Many people are starting to enjoy spicy foods such as curries as part of their daily meals. Pungent spices are an integral part of Middle Eastern cuisine, Indian cuisine and even Latin American foods. In some cultures, turmeric is even made into...
  7. Consuming Soy Isoflavones for Hormone Balance, Cardiovascular Support and Healthy Bones

    Consuming Soy Isoflavones for Hormone Balance, Cardiovascular Support and Healthy Bones

    Soy is one of the more controversial foods in the modern culinary world. People read conflicting headlines every day that imply soy is either very good or very bad for us. However, there is no conflict about the benefits of soy isoflavones. These unique phytoestrogens from soy protein are increasingly being found in research to have a variety of positive health...
  8. New Study Says Eating Yogurt Builds Healthy Bones

    New Study Says Eating Yogurt Builds Healthy Bones

    New research on yogurt for bone health suggests that probiotic foods and other products may offer more benefits for building strong bones than calcium alone. Probiotics have been the subject of much modern scientific research. Studies indicate that they can help to maintain a healthy GI tract and contributing to better digestive, immune and even brain function. However, this is...
  9. Sunscreen and Vitamin D Deficiency Linked, Says New Study

    Sunscreen and Vitamin D Deficiency Linked, Says New Study

    If you are like many modern people, you spend much of your life avoiding the sun. We all have heard about the links between ultraviolet light exposure and skin cancer. As a result, even sun worshipers now take precautions to protect their skin from these harmful rays. We wear sunscreen on a daily basis and cover ourselves with hats and...
  10. New Research Suggests Chronic Fatigue Syndrome May Begin in Your Gut

    New Research Suggests Chronic Fatigue Syndrome May Begin in Your Gut

    Chronic fatigue syndrome is a common and complex medical issue. New research suggests that gut health may be important in preventing and treating this disease. All people have experienced fatigue and exhaustion at some point. However, for some people this is a constant condition. Chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as CFS, is on the rise, yet we understand little about...

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