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Weird things were happening to Theresa… and they were happening at night. Clues to her strange nocturnal behavior were left behind in the mornings. “I would get up and find empty food containers sitting around.
Each year, dozens of diets come and go, some for losing weight, others for preventing disease and achieving optimal health. Most are quickly forgotten. That begs the question: Is there one way of eating that most of us are actually designed for? Could such a diet keep our bodies trim, provide abundant nutrients, and help us stay healthy? The answer is yes.
The little-known yeast, S. boulardii, may be the missing link for dealing with a variety of health issues that start in the gut, ranging from inflammation to immune system dysfunction
Lutein, zeaxanthin, lycopene, and astaxanthin belong to a group of nutrients called carotenoids. Carotenoids are a group of naturally occurring pigments that are largely responsible for the red, yellow, and orange color of fruits and vegetables and some animals. They are also found in many dark green vegetables; however the large amounts of chlorophyll in these plants masks them.
In years past knowledge about herbs and botanical medicines were passed down through long traditions of ―clinical‖ use. They were part of cultural or indigenous practices and herbalists learned of their use from mentor practitioners. Classic herbal materia medicas compiled the wisdom of centuries.
Vitamin D can protect the heart, lower the risk of some cancers, treat seasonal affective disorder, and much more, but most people aren’t getting optimal levels of this essential vitamin.
N-acetylcysteine (NAC) is one of the most versatile of all dietary supplements, and is used in both conventional and complementary medicine. It is a potent antioxidant and a precursor to glutathione, the most powerful antioxidant made by the body. NAC is also a rich source of sulfur, a mineral needed to make some vitamins, hormones, and tissue.
For many years, vitamin K was pretty much the Rodney Dangerfield of vitamins. It just didn’t get any respect. Most doctors and dietitians figured the body didn’t need much vitamin K. After all, the official government recommendation is for a scant 90 mcg daily. And its only biological role seemed to be in promoting blood clotting.
Originally, “pycnogenols” referred to oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPCs) extracted from various plants (including grape seeds) and separated from their tannins. OPCs are chains of up to 5 units of proanthocyanidins (a category of flavonoids), such as catechins.
Listen up, men – start paying attention to the health of your prostate NOW! Don’t wait for a negative test result. There is an abundance of clinically-proven natural methods of warding off prostate problems, anything from BPH to cancer. For instance, eating enough cruciferous vegetables cuts prostate cancer risk almost in half!
Fos-fa-tidyl-sear-ine, but you can just call it PS.