Time for wellness

Subscribe To RSS FeedWellness Blog

Featured: Roasted or raw?

Roasted or raw?

A new comparative study found that dry roasted, lightly salted nuts are just as likely to improve cardiovascular health as raw nuts.

read more

 Arsenic and rice
Posted on Tue, 25 Apr 17

Arsenic and rice

Dietary arsenic exposure from rice is a possible health risk and minimizing dietary exposure could be important.

read more

Amino acid therapy for sleep and fatigue
Posted on Tue, 25 Apr 17

Amino acid therapy for sleep and fatigue

Nutritional supplementation with amino acids may be a useful way to improve sleep and reduce fatigue, according to a clinical intervention study.

read more

Prebiotic for leaky gut
Posted on Mon, 10 Apr 17

Prebiotic for leaky gut

A clinical trial found that supplementation with a prebiotic reduced blood endotoxin level by 40% and reduced a cardiovascular risk marker.

read more

Personalized B vitamins for blood pressure
Posted on Mon, 10 Apr 17

Personalized B vitamins for blood pressure

People with a common gene variant could benefit from personalized B vitamin therapy, with large reductions in blood pressure independent of anti-hypertensive medication.

read more

Vitamin D supplement improves memory
Posted on Mon, 10 Apr 17

Vitamin D supplement improves memory

Vitamin D deficiency is a wide-spread problem and has been linked to cognitive impairment and dementia. A new clinical study suggests that improving vitamin D levels could help.

read more
previous 1 2 3 4 5 ... next