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Maintaining Muscle Health with Age - The Power of Pomegranate
If you are over the age of 40 you might not be aware of an important fact: the amount of muscle you have in your body at 55 years old does not increase and may be in decline.
Finally, A Weight Loss Solution for 2018!
A weight loss study focused on solutions for achieving your goals in 2018
How is your hair health?
The way oneâ€™s hair looks and feels is often seen as a reflection of oneâ€™s own identity and personality.
Did you know that maintaining a healthy balance of bacteria in your gut also protects your heart?
What you might be less aware of is how state of the art heart health research is being lifted by the rising tide of probiotics study.
Why should you consider participating in a clinical trial?
Clinical research studies are at the heart of all medical advances. Clinical trials in natural products offer hope for many conditions...
Are You Getting Enough Nutrients? Most People are Not, You May be One.
â€œThe bottom line is that most people are just not getting the nutrients they need these days, even if they believe they eat a healthy diet...
Do you have abdominal pain or discomfort? It could be more than you think.
Have you been experiencing frequent abdominal pain or discomfort that is out of the norm? Is this pain relieved by bowel movements or associated with a change in the frequency or form of your stool?
Stomach pain / bloating after eating? It might not be what you think it is
Do you have stomach pain or aches after eating a fatty meal? If you answered yes, this may be an indication that your gallbladder is having some problems.
What is Menopause? | Can Menopause be helped Naturally?
Menopause is defined as the period in a womanâ€™s life in which the menstrual cycles cease. This typically occurs between the ages of 40-55 years.
Clinical trials may guide you to a healthier, cholesterol-lowering lifestyle
High cholesterol levels are a risk factor for the development of cardiovascular disease (CVD) along with obesity, smoking, hypertension, low physical activity levels, and a family history of heart disease.