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  • Nutrition Articles

    Nutrition Articles The InVite® Health brand has been developed by industry professionals – pharmacists, nutritionists, and other healthcare experts - who understand both the science behind vitamins and supplements and

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    September 16, 2011
  • Benefits of Spirulina on Allergic Rhinitis

    The number of people with allergic rhinitis, that’s the fancy name for allergies that affect the nose, sometimes referred to as hay fever if they occur seasonally, is increasing dramatically throughout the world. The mucous membranes o

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    April 4, 2008
  • Vitamin E Supplementation may Protect the Elderly from the Common Cold

    In a study of 451 elderly nursing home residents in the Boston area, vitamin E supplementation was tested for its effects on upper respiratory infections and lower respiratory tract infections (e.g. pneumonia). Supplementing with 200 IU of Vitamin E

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    August 18, 2004
  • Depression, Overeating and Chromium Picolinate

    In this study 113 individuals with atypical depression were given either a supplement of chromium picolinate or a placebo for eight weeks. In the individuals who had carbohydrate craving the supplement cut the craving

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    June 4, 2004
  • Fish Oil Research Update

    Doctors at the University of Dresden found that supplementing their patients with fish oil after surgery sped up the rate of recovery and shortened their hospital stay versus placebo. Fish oil users also spent less time in intensive ca

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    June 23, 2004
  • Colostrum Helps Prevent Suppression of Immune System

        When you exercise subtle changes occur that temporarily but significantly impact immune system function increasing your risk for upper respiratory tract infection (flu, cold, etc.). In this study healthy-active men were ran

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    July 14, 2010
  • Decreased blood flow to the brain tied to dementia

    In this study researchers measured blood flow to the brain in three groups; people older than 75 with dementia, older people with good mental function, and young-healthy people. The total volume of brain damage assessed via MRI was gre

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    August 31, 2005
  • Perna canaliculus Muscle and Joint Inflammation

    The muscle Perna canaliculus contains healthy fats known as omega-3 fatty acids that have been shown to improve inflammation in the lungs, digestive tract, and joints. In laboratory tests Perna inhibits the COX enzymes. The effects on the COX-2 e

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    April 19, 2007
  • Tips for Coping with Stress and Anxiety

    Stress & Anxietyby Jerry Hickey, R.Ph.Some tips for coping with stress and anxietyExercise has many-many benefits; helping to burn belly fat, lower cholesterol and blood pressure, and improve glucose sensitivity. Exercise is also an excellent antidot

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    October 4, 2011
  • Red Yeast Rice Lowers Cholesterol Levels

    Red yeast rice contains several compounds known as monacolins – constituents shown to reduce cholesterol. The first statin drug known as Mevacor is actually monacolin K – a red yeast rice ingredient. Monacolin K is a potent inhibitor of the enzy

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    September 11, 2013
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