APRIL 2016 The Best "Whey" to Recover from Exercise & Build Muscle By Nicole Crane, B.S., NTP Working out is hard work! Whether you get up early, hit the gym during lunch, or pound the pavement before or after dinner, exercise takes time anMore info...
Curcumin decreases pain and muscle damage after strenuous exercise In this study a well absorbed Curcumin decreased muscle soreness after exercise. Moderately active men were supplemented with a well absorbed curcumin supplement before and after aMore info...
Selenium, a mineral, may protect us from liver cancer The risk of developing liver cancer is significantly higher for people who have low levels of selenium in their blood according to a new study published in the American Journal of Clinical NutritiMore info...
The elderly population is particularly prone to the accelerated loss of muscle mass or sarcopenia with advancing age. Continued in Research Article pdfMore 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...
9.9.16 Vitamin D supplements offer protection for asthma patients According to a recent review of existing studies Vitamin D may make asthma less dangerous. The researchers led by Professor Adrian Martineau from Asthma UK Centre for Applied ResearchMore 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...
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...
How to Approach Sarcopenia As You Age By Archana Gogna, MS, CNS, MBA Maintaining strong and toned muscles are very important; not just for the sake of vanity and for attracting admiring looks, but the health of muscles translates to real health aMore info...