Aging well, a Good-night’s Sleep, Cardiovas...

Research and subsequently scientific literature is constantly being updated by new discoveries.  Excitingly, preventive as well as intervention medicine is finding common ground-The microbiome. More and more we are hearing about the importance of the gut, its inhabitants and how...

Vitamin D3 Avoiding a Minimum Mindset

Most practitioners agree there is a combination of approaches that can be taken when addressing bone mineral density, endocrine dysfunction and autoimmunity.  Probably surprising to many is the impact both Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol)  and Vitamin K2 (menaquinone) have on these...

What Tops Your List for Cardiovascular Health...

Studies show there is little doubt that healthy dietary and lifestyle choices can make the largest impact, while you know what to do, will you do it? Procrastination is being reported as a contributor to heart disease. When considering risk...

Calcium Concerns: Not if You Are Thoughtful A...

Calcium Concerns: Not if You Are Thoughtful About Your Supplementation There are many essential vitamins and minerals considered critical for intake, calcium is one of them.  While it is still best practice to get your micro-nutrients through diet, we know...

A life in balance is a balanced approach to a...

A life in balance is a balanced approach to aging: Repairing metabolism is an important focus for rebuilding our core health and can improve our level of fitness in later decades of life. Through years of poor dietary choices, sedentary...

Glycation Connection

You know that harmful toxins are everywhere. They are found in your food, environment, and metabolism…creating oxidative stress in your body.  Experts agree, chronically elevated oxidative stress is not just an environmental issue but is also associated with high sugar...

Ubiquinone vs Uiquinol

Ubiquinone vs Uiquinol Co Q 10 was discovered in 1957. And its ability to be fermented from bacteria was not far behind. Both ubiqinone and ubiquinol ( the reduced form of ubiquinone) are natural. They are BOTH naturally fermented from...

Nutrigenomics & Reversing Heart Disease

Epidemiological studies have shown as much as 2-3% increase in Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) risk for each 1 mg/dl decrease in HDL-C level. A myriad of lifestyle factors such as: oxidized fat intake, smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, limited physical activity...

Exercise and Memory

Exercise boosts memory and thinking skills. Exercise has a remarkable benefit in mediating insulin resistance, decreased inflammation by measure of cytokines, and stimulating production of brain growth factors, which are chemicals in the brain that affect the health of brain...

Is There an Alternative to Statin Therapy?

Not everyone is a candidate for statins and exercise and Slow Release Niacin are two very effective ways to raise HDL and have and effect on TG’s too. Just wanted to add there are many ways to benefit TG’s and...