Month: October 2017

How Digital DNA Could Help You Make Better Health Choices | Jun Wang

Jun Wang has been investigating the secrets behind genomes for almost three decades. It started off with beetles and digital copies – he tried to recreate lady beetles into digital form and make them act as regular, living lady beetles by programming them – the same way all living things are programmed by their genomes […]

6 Post-LASIK Eye Care Tips

After having a Lasik eye surgery, a person must take measures to care for their eyes. Soon after surgery patients may experience bloodshot, dry, and uncomfortable eyes. While some medications may be provided for those situations, most of the recovery is done at home by following some basic tips. If followed, the patient can achieve […]

‘I Gave Up Sugar For A Month And Here’s What Happened’

There are a ton of diets out there: no dairy, no gluten, no carbs, no sugar, no fat…. This dietician wanted to eliminate all added in sugar, not the sugar naturally found in fruits, vegetables, grains or dairy.   She went into this thinking it would be easy since she generally is a salt craver […]

Decreased Glucose Metabolism in Medial Prefrontal Areas Associated w/ Nutritional Status in Patients Alzheimer’s Disease

Nutritional problems, especially weight loss are very common in people with Alzheimer’s.    This study looks at the associations of nutritional status with Alzheimer’s and related brain changes. Not only are Alzheimer’s patients dealing with memory trouble they often experience unexplainable weight loss, thereby diminishing their overall health. Could the brain changes experienced in Alzheimer’s […]

Totally Fit Spark Plug – Foam Rolling and a Tender Heart

Hey Champion, Foam rollers came on the scene 10 years ago, providing numerous health and fitness benefits, including: – improved circulation. – increased blood flow. – releasing muscle tightness. – breaking down knots in your muscles.

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10 Products Supporting Insulin Sensitivity

There are ten products out there that support insulin sensitivity. Obesity has become a very big problem that is visible. In current times, that creates a big problem for the world of medicine. Thankfully, there is a way to improve insulin sensitivity. There are some very good supplements that a person can take that can […]

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Why Do Some People Talk In Their Sleep?

Sleep talking, also known as somniloquy, is fairly common but it can be a sign of something more serious.   Sleep talking falls into the “parasomnia” category of sleep disorders 50% of kids talk in their sleep at least once per year. 10% of kids talk in their sleep every day. 67% of adults talk […]

Can’t Lose Weight? Your Personality Might Be What’s Holding You Back

There are a lot of people that struggle to keep weight off. According to studies done in Australia with over 9,000 participants there are five key characteristics of people that dictate diet success. This can be a main contributor to why so many people fail when trying to diet. Learning more about you and your […]

Video: Emotional Health – Let’s Talk About PMS

Vitex or Chaste Tree Berry (Vitex agnus-castus) — Clinical research has shown that Vitex may be very beneficial for PMS symptoms, especially depression, headaches, rashes, acne, allergies and sensitivity of the breasts; 900 — 1,000mg a day or as a liquid tincture at 60-90 drops a day. Vitex is best taken first thing in the […]

What You Need to Know about Soy and Breast Cancer

A new, large-scale medical study on the effects of soy on breast cancer prognosis and prevention has found that consumption of minimally-processed soy products, such as tofu and edamame may improve outcomes. While there has been significant debate about the effects of soy (largely due to the fact that soy contains estrogen, which has been […]