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The Secret To Keeping Your Mind And Body Young

Posted July 16, 2016

Though it sounds like a mouthful, acetylcholine is important for many of the body’s key functions. Healthy acetylcholine levels are important for strong, healthy, metabolically active muscles and it improves tissue health, muscle growth, skin tone, bone density and fat Read the full article…

Is Low Progesterone To Blame For Your PMS?

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While your menstrual cycle may come and go – some months with more drama than others – there’s an active sequence of hormonal events occurring behind the scenes to make it happen each month. If you suffer from PMS, ranging Read the full article…

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Supplements

Posted June 21, 2016

Perhaps you have purchased a daily vitamin to obtain the nutrients you need for optimal health, or maybe you have a cupboard full of supplements to aid a condition or improve your energy, sleep, skin, etc – you name it! Read the full article…

Lower Risk Of Disease By Lowering Inflammation

Posted May 22, 2016

Believe it or not inflammation isn’t just linked to swollen joints — it plays a role in everything from digestive disorders and allergies to autoimmune and heart disease and abdominal fat. Even more so, it’s very presence can greatly interfere with your fat Read the full article…

Tame Your Wild PMS

Posted March 30, 2016

  You may not notice whether you have PMS or not, but chances are, the people around you do. Believe it or not, the monthly mood swings, breast tenderness, irritability, cravings and weight gain don’t have to come with the Read the full article…

Six Superfoods You Should Never Be Without

Posted March 29, 2016

  The weekly mind-numbing, end of the work-day trip to the grocery store is rarely an exhilarating event. More often than not you are browsing the aisles randomly picking familiar foods for that last minute dinner. However, there are a Read the full article…

Bioidentical Hormone and Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Posted February 16, 2016

Hormonal changes in midlife can lead to the many symptoms of perimenopause and menopause. These changes are different for everyone and can lead to changes in energy, mood, metabolism, libido, cardiovascular and bone health. Along with lifestyle choices, they can Read the full article…