Long-term multivitamin-mineral use tied to women’s heart health Researchers from the National Institutes of Health are taking a serious look at Multiple Vitamins with Minerals and protection for older women. A new analysis of deaths from heart dMore info...
August 2015 Breaking Down Your Cholesterol By Dr. Claire Arcidiacono, ND. Cholesterol is one of the most confusing topics in today’s medical world. Many times, those who ask me for help have questions regarding their cholesterol. They ofMore info...
Melatonin, the sleep hormone, builds hip and spinal bone in older women Researchers have known for years that Melatonin exerts bone building activities and is currently being studied for treating bone diseases as well as for improving bone healthMore info...
August 2015 Healthy Bones: Why Calcium Alone Just Doesn't Cut It By Nicole Crane, B.S. NTP Peel back the layers of skin and muscle and imagine your bones. You are likely thinking of something very rigid and static that does not change onceMore info...
Polyphenols in Coffee May Improve Blood Sugar Levels in Men Coffee is a highly traded commodity, a main reason why it is the subject ofMore info...
Role of High Density Lipoproteins in Atherosclerosis By: Claudia Guy, ND The topic of cholesterol is still a hot topic in medicine since it is generally considered the leading cause of atherosclerosis, a type of cardiovascular disease. But cholMore info...
"Turn the Clock Back on your Aging Brain"by: Jerry Hickey, R.Ph. Follow on Google+ Why is it that yesterday you were so energetic and today you are not? In fact the frequency of experiencing spurts of high energy is decreasing in number as you age.More info...
The Value of Lutein Supplements Lutein, a nutrient and antioxidant found in foods such as spinach, kale, collard greens, and egg yolks and extracted from marigolds to make dietary supplements, has been studied as a critical component for maintainiMore info...
July 2015 Preliminary Guidelines of Prediabetes By: Dr. Claire Arcidiacono, ND Diabetes is a very common illness. According to the latest data compiled in 2012, it affects 29 million Americans (1). On average, diabetes cost the United StatMore info...