Posts Tagged ‘ nutrition ’

The Heart Health and Inflammation Connection

Did you know that Heart Disease is the number one killer of both men and women in the US? Over the years, there has been much speculation about the main contributors to heart disease. Some of the most popular being high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and even Atherosclerosis. Because of this, the pharmaceutical industry has… Read More »


Is An Alkaline Diet the Key to Health?

You’ve seen the paleo diet, the yeast-free diet and now the ever popular, ketogenic diet. All of these are excellent nutrition plans, and all for different reasons. But one lifestyle that we should all be mindful of is the alkaline diet; an eating plan and lifestyle that keeps your body at a less acidic state,… Read More »


Iodine: Are You Deficient?

Did you know that iodine deficiency effects more than 30 million people in the world? Iodine deficiency has also be classified by the World Health Organization to be the most common, yet preventable, causes of impaired brain development in children. This important trace mineral plays an essential role when it comes to your thyroid hormones,… Read More »


Top 4 Nutrients for Hair Loss

The appearance of your hair plays a huge role in your physical appearance, as well as your self-esteem and confidence. When someone experiences hair loss, it can be very devastating and traumatic, especially when it seems as if there is no rhyme or reason, nor can the problem be solved. I can relate to this.… Read More »


The 4 Best Supplements for Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism affects more than 40% of the human population. That’s nearly half of the world! Many are deeming hypothyroidism to be an epidemic as the incidence of those with this thyroid disorder is increasing year after year. While hypothyroidism may be a common health concern for many, it is all too commonly misdiagnosed, leaving patients… Read More »


Healing After Harvey: Feel Good Foods

Pasta, pizza and cookies may seem more appealing than a protein shake, kale or a handful of nuts (especially when you’re stressed), but nine times out of ten you feel tired, bloated and sometimes even sick after eating foods like these that are high in calories, fat, carbohydrates and sugar. We’re all guilty of overindulging… Read More »


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