Health Topics

  • Stuck in a Weight-Loss Rut? Here's How to Pull Out of It

    Weight loss can feel like a huge uphill battle for many.  Often, when we start a diet or a new program to help us achieve our goal, the weight tends to come off faster in the beginning. 

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  • Minerals... Chelation & Bioavailability

    Originally published on Health & Nature News Myriads of people all over the world supplement their diets with macro and trace minerals. When our diet is lacking in these important nutrients, health issues ensue, and it becomes a very good idea to consume a non-food mineral source. There’s on... View Post
  • Protect Muscles and Increase Strength with Branched-Chain Amino Acids

    Imagine if, by the time you are ready for retirement, you had lost over 30% of your muscle mass. Your risk for slips, falls, and injuries have skyrocketed, and you’ll lose your independence soon after. What would you do? While it seems unreal, this scenario is all too common for many older adults... View Post
  • Let's Talk About Our Digestion & Intestinal Health

    The human digestive system is not only one of the most intricate and complex systems in human physiology, but it is also one of the most fascinating. The science and engineering behind a system of tubes and holding tanks having the capability to squeeze and push food and liquids, extracting what... View Post
  • The Science of Dulse

    First Publish on Health & Nature News What is Dulse? Dulse, often referred to as Rhodymenia or Palmaria palmata, is a red alga of the Rhodophyta division that makes its home primarily along the Pacific and Atlantic coasts1. There are many variations of this particular alga which gives Dulse... View Post
  • Can Coffee Really Protect You from Alzheimer’s Disease?

    The global population of older adults is expected to increase by 17 percent by 2050, and this has medical professionals becoming concerned with the potential cost burden related to Alzheimer’s and dementia, two of the most common diseases in people above the age of 65. How prevalent is Alzheimer... View Post