PGX and the GLP-1 Connection

Achieving ideal body is not about dieting or food deprivation, it is all about eliminating excessive hunger, stabilizing blood sugar levels, and increasing the feelings of pleasure and satisfaction from food. The key tool in helping people achieve these goals is...

Soy Shows Positive Effects in Women with a History of Breast Cancer

Women who have estrogen-sensitive breast cancer have often been advised to stay away from soy foods and soy isoflavone supplements. This recommendation was based on studies in test tubes and in animals that showed the isoflavone genistein may stimulate the growth of...

Another Study Confirms Cherries are Good for Gout

One of the most popular medicinal uses of cherries, cherry juice, and cherry extracts has been in the treatment and prevention of gout – a painful form of arthritis characterized by increased blood levels of uric acid and the formation of uric acid crystals in joints....

Research Update on SAMe (S-Adenosylmethionine)

S-Adenosylmethionine (SAMe) is an important physiologic agent that is involved in more than 40 biochemical reactions in the body. It functions closely with folic acid and vitamin B12 in “methylation” reactions. Methylation is the process of adding a single...

4 Supplements to Help Your Sleep

When you can’t sleep, the temptation to pop a sleeping pill is strong. But there’s a large body of research indicating that sleeping pills may contribute to as many as 500,000 deaths each year in the United States. Most sleeping pills are “sedative hypnotics”— a class...

Get a grip on anxiety

If you think prescription medications are the only option for anxiety and panic attacks, you’ll be happy to know about these very effective natural solutions… Read...

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