3 Proactive Tips to Stay Healthy During Travel

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It’s no secret that traveling can increase your risk of getting sick. But even though you might not be able to avoid every infectious pathogen while you’re on vacation or a business trip, you can lower the odds of becoming ill. Read on for three proactive strategies to prepare your immune system for maximum protection during your trip before you …

Folate versus Folic Acid: What’s the Difference?

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Folate is a member of the B vitamin family (B9), and can be found in asparagus, beans, broccoli, fresh fruit, peanuts, seafood, spinach, and sunflower seeds, just to name a few. Folate is something we can’t do without, but our bodies can’t synthesize it. This means we must get our folate through diet or supplementation. Most people have probably heard …

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The Sound of Healing They say that everything old is new again, and that’s especially true for using sound for healing. Much like traditional music therapy, sound healing uses aspects of music and sound to improve physical and emotional well-being. By utilizing different rhythms and frequencies, sound healing can influence brainwaves, downshifting the beta waves you experience during your normal …

Life-Changing Chicken

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Chicken again? Time to shake things up! Discover how America’s favorite source of protein can serve as a blank canvas for some mealtime creativity. Plus every one of these recipes fits nicely into a keto, paleo, or gluten-free diet. Hasselback Caprese Chicken Is your backyard vegetable garden overflowing with tomatoes and zucchini? Put that excess produce to work by stuffing …

Making Sense of Methylation

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Have you ever wondered why things like diet, exercise, and your stress levels determine your health status and how you age? Turns out that the secret sauce to aging well lies in something called methylation—a genetic switch that can turn your genes on and off. Depending on the gene, this can either support good health or it can contribute to …

Upgrade Your Health with Polyphenols

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If this is the first time you’ve heard of polyphenols, it certainly won’t be the last. These antioxidant-packed micronutrients have recently captured the attention of anyone with healthy aging on their radar, including medical experts, health junkies, and scientists alike. And it’s no surprise why! Research shows a diet rich in polyphenols can reduce the risk of chronic disease, including …

Red Ginseng Recharges After Post-Viral Fatigue

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The Study Abstract: Teitelbaum J, Goudie S. An Open-Label, Pilot Trial of HRG80 Red Ginseng in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, and Post-Viral Fatigue. Pharmaceuticals. 2022; 15(1):43. Chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia (CFS/FMS) affect 2.1% of the world’s population and ~10–25% of people who have had COVID-19. Previous clinical data suggested that a unique Panax ginseng (C.A. Meyer, family Araliaceae) root extract (HRG80 Red …

Stop the Misery of Canine Skin Conditions and Hot Spots

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You know what it’s like to deal with an irritating rash or itchy mosquito bites: Annoying, miserable, and frustrating! Now think about your dog who may be dealing with hot spots and other irksome skin conditions. As you watch your pup frantically scratch and lick, all you want is to provide relief. Fortunately for Fido, there are some natural solutions …