Promote Bone Density with Bone-Up

People often ask what they should take for bone health. My usual answer is Jarrow Fomulas Bone-Up. We like this product for a number of reasons. We have found that is does promote bone density in our patients and they are very happy with it. Bone-Up contains microcrystalline hydroxyapatite from … [Read more...]

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and Vitamin E

My mother passed away from complications of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), so I was excited to read about a new study showing vitamin E lowered the risk of developing ALS. ALS is a terrible disease and often causes a great deal of suffering. If you haven’t heard of ALS you may know it by … [Read more...]

Allergies driving you crazy too?!

As a frequent allergy sufferer I decided to try out a couple of different options after my doctor suggested using a nasal saline wash to calm the sinus irritation that I was describing.  I began by trying a Naturade Saline and Aloe spray.  The spray worked well enough but I did find myself having … [Read more...]

PQQ Exciting New Mitochondrial Support

Mitochondria health is a key factor in delaying and limiting cellular aging. Muscle cells of a 90 year old man may have only 5% healthy mitochondria as compared to nearly 100% for a young child. Mitochondria damage can be linked to many degenerative diseases. Up till recently we worked to prevent … [Read more...]

Adora Calcium Supplement Reviews

Adora Calcium Supplement is a premium chocolate compound that not only tastes good but is good for you.  Adora is produced by Thompson Brands out of Meriden CT,  one of America’s first chocolatiers. Being a chocolate maker has allowed them to produce a product that taste more like premium chocolate … [Read more...]

Multiple Vitamins, Are They Good For You?

Recently a study was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition1 to determine if there was any correlation between multiple vitamins and heart attack risk in women. It was a large study including more than 31,000 women with no history of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and 2,000 with a … [Read more...]

Ribose and Energy Metabolism

Ribose is just a simple sugar. However this simple sugar makes up the backbone of RNA which is crucial to life. RNA brings messages from DNA to the ribosome, thereby regulating gene expression. Ribose also facilitates the body’s production of ATP and NADH which are important substances in energy … [Read more...]

How Do You Spell Relief?

GREEN TEA !! Guest Blogger Jonathan Selzer PhD   It has long been understood that green tea provides a sense of relief. Now scientists are beginning to understand how. The catechin EGCG, the major polyphenol in green tea, helps to  inhibit the activity of an enzyme called acetylcholinesterase. … [Read more...]

7-keto DHEA

7-keto DHEA is used primarily to increase metabolism and promote a healthy body weight. DHEA and 7-keto DHEA are naturally formed in the body.  DHEA is made in the adrenal gland and is the precursor of 7-keto DHEA. 7-Keto DHEA can’t be converted to the steroid hormones androgen or estrogen, … [Read more...]

Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity

May is Celiac Awareness Month Celiac disease is best known for damaging the lining of the small intestine, preventing the individual from absorbing the parts of food integral to staying healthy. The damage is caused by a type of auto-immune reaction from eating wheat, rye and barley. Oats may also … [Read more...]

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