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Virginia Tims-Lawson

The common testosterone thief targeting men and women

Testosterone is the elixir of life, an antidote to some of the worst health issues plaguing us today. You might think it’s just men who need to protect their levels as much as possible. But women need it to… because this testosterone-thief doesn’t discriminate.

Jenny Smiechowski

3 antioxidants that provide the best protection from Alzheimer’s

Once you hit middle age, chronic and degenerative diseases become the biggest threat to your health and longevity. Many of these diseases occur when oxidative stress causes free radicals to attack your cells… including Alzheimer’s. But a few potent antioxidants could protect you from the oxidative stress that puts you at risk for debilitating diseases like Alzheimer’s…

Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

Gut reveals why lack of sleep can be deadly and how to reverse it

Research has linked too little sleep to diseases like diabetes, heart disease and even cancer. Now, a new study has found a link between sleep deprivation, gut changes and the risk of premature death, as well as a simple way to fight it.

Virginia Tims-Lawson

Russian tree bark may be significant source of powerful antioxidants

By now, most people have heard of antioxidants and what these little gems can do for their health. But, just in case you’re still wondering if getting enough antioxidants every day is actually important, let’s do a quick recap on their most important points…

Virginia Tims-Lawson

The glitch in the French paradox

Since the early research on the French paradox, a lot of naysayers have come out of the woodwork to cast doubt on its validity. And they’re partly right: There was a glitch in the research concerning the correlations with red wine. But dismissing the French paradox completely would be a big mistake…

Virginia Tims-Lawson

Discovery puts end of age-related macular degeneration in sight

Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of irreversible vision loss for people over the age of 60. While, the medical community has known for some time that wet AMD is caused by the development of leaky blood vessels in the eye, the initial cause behind dry AMD has remained a mystery, till now.

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Dr. Adria Schmedthorst

Antioxidant counters radiation ‘cancer boost’ from CT, PET, X-ray and more

The levels of radiation received during CTs, x-rays and such is generally considered safe. But that might not be the case: Radiation equivalent to three CT scans was shown to give cancer-capable cells a competitive advantage over normal cells. But a simple supplement before your next scan can protect you…

Jenny Smiechowski

How resveratrol helps fight muscle loss and fatigue

Sarcopenia is the loss of muscle mass that occurs with age. It can start as early as your 30s, but it really kicks into high gear in your 50s and 60s. Because anstronauts. For astronaughts, it kicks in everytime they go to space, Tht’s why helping them can offer you a sure-fire solution too…

Joyce Hollman

4 disease-fighting diets (and the one reason they work)

Science has studied traditional diets and found proof they work to keep minds sharp, bodies active and hearts healthy. So, which one is the best for you? To help you decide, here are four diets from different parts of the world and one thing that makes any of them work better for wellness…

Jenny Smiechowski

Why purple corn fights inflammation, obesity, diabetes and more

You’ve probably heard that corn causes inflammation, is hard to digest and is chock-full of GMOs. And there’s no denying that there are some downsides to corn. But here’s the thing… a new study shows that this colorful corn is an antioxidant powerhouse that fights disease…

Virginia Tims-Lawson

The antioxidant that combats aging and makes old cells new again

You may have heard the saying, “Getting old isn’t for wimps.” And, boy is it right… As you age, it seems like everything breaks down, moving gets more difficult, not to mention the likelihood that you end up with heart disease, diabetes and a host of other diseases. But do you have to?

Virginia Tims-Lawson

Leveraging the French paradox for heart protection

You may have heard of the French paradox… which explains how the French consume a diet high in cholesterol and saturated fats, but have a lower incidence of heart disease. But if alcohol, even wine, is increasingly tied to risks, how can you make it work?

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