So you just found out that you have high cholesterol, or perhaps you have a strong family history of heart disease and want to do your best to prevent it. So you head to the pharmacy or health food store for help, only to be bombarded by countless su... Read more
Energy. We want it, we need it, but we don’t always have it. When we’re energized, the impossible seems doable and your hectic life feels like smooth sailing. So what essential part of your diet helps increase your energy as its mai... Read more
Make a promise to your skin today to keep it nourished and rejuvenated from the inside out! Having healthy skin year-round begins with the foods you eat and drink. To get skin that you will be confident to show off every season of the ye... Read more
Let’s face it: No one has time for a cold. In addition to making us feel miserable, colds destroy our schedules. Work, family, errands—they all have to wait while we get better. Or even worse, we have to carry on despite our achy muscles,... Read more
When is a vitamin not really a vitamin? When it's vitamin D! The "sunshine" vitamin, aptly named because sunlight is a source of it, is actually a hormone. Vitamin D is currently receiving a lot of attention and research regarding its r... Read more
Any suggestions to help with energy when dealing with the fatigue during a recovery period that could take months?
It's really cutting into my exercise routine, the muscle weakness doesn't help either but I wont get started with that.... Read more
I have a uric acid level of 7.0mg/dL and VitaminB12 level of 129 pg/mL. The dilemma I face is if I stop eating food rich in protein to control Uric acid then I do not get enough VitaminB12. Also, I am not able to eat curd/yogurt as it causes vomitin... Read more
Yes, I had iron deficiency. You'll feel better soon with the iron pills, as the anemia resolves pretty quickly. But, you have to take them for longer than you might think to build up your body's iron stores, even after the anemia resolves.... Read more
If you are one of those that can't resist the flush of the Niacin to lower the cholesterol then do this. From a pharmacist word. Take aspirin (if you are not allegic to it) 30 minutes before the Niacin (any milligram), this will help the flush. Yo... Read more
Statins CAN SLASH LDL ("bad") cholesterol by 40 to 60 percent. But some people prefer to avoid prescription drugs. While no cholesterol-lowering supplement can match the potency (or purity) of a statin, a few offer modest help. Others promise to bu... Read more
The familiar orange box and 'breakfast of champions' slogan has been an American icon for generations. For many athletes, being featured on the box is a goal and dream come true when it happens. In 1921, Wheaties was discovered by accident and becaus... Read more
Vitamin D is a hot topic in nutrition, and one that's become a focus in menopausal bone health. There are two forms of the vitamin, D2 and D3 (cholecalciferol), with D3 the form best metabolized by the body. Vitamin D is found in foods such... Read more
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