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Why is Dietary Fiber So Important?

why dietary fiber is so important

In a world full of conflicting nutrition advice and diet fads, there’s one often under-appreciated component: dietary fiber. Despite its lack of glamour compared to other many trendy superfoods, fiber plays a critical role in our overall health and well-being. From aiding digestion to reducing the risk of chronic diseases, there are many amazing benefits […]

How to Maintain Healthy Joints

Our joints play a crucial role in our everyday lives, enabling us to move freely and perform a wide range of activities. However, the health of our joints often goes unnoticed until discomfort or pain arises. Whether you’re an athlete, a desk worker, or simply someone who wants to preserve their mobility, taking proactive steps […]

What is Arthritis? Prevention and Treatment Strategies

Arthritis is a common condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It refers to the inflammation and swelling of joints, leading to pain, stiffness, and decreased mobility. While arthritis can be challenging to manage, there are various preventive measures and treatment options available. In this article, we will delve into what arthritis is, explore preventive […]

What Is Preventative Medicine? Why It’s Important

Preventative medicine is a vital part of staying healthy for the long-term. After all, wouldn’t you rather take preventative steps to keep yourself feeling well? Doing so is better than relying on treatments once sickness hits. According to the CDC, 7 out of 10 deaths are caused by chronic diseases. In this blog post, we’ll explore […]

How to Manage Chronic Inflammation Through Diet

A healthy diet is an important part of longevity, quality of life, and wellbeing, and can prevent many chronic ailments. Inflammation is one of many chronic issues that a well-balanced diet can prevent.  What is Inflammation? Inflammation is part of our bodies’ natural immune response to injuries, toxins, and pathogens. When cells are damaged or […]

When Should I Get My Flu Shot? Preparing for Flu Season

Flu season in the United States typically spans from October to February at its peak, although it’s possible to catch a flu bug at any point in the year. The flu season can also start and end earlier in the year, depending on the year and particular virility of the strains going around. Influenza in […]

Breast Cancer: Signs, Symptoms, How to Check Yourself

woman checking herself for breast cancer

Each year, there are about 264,000 diagnoses of breast cancer in women and about 2,000 in men. Breast cancer can kill, so it’s important that you know the signs and the symptoms so that you can catch it early. If you can catch it early, you will be in much better shape down the road. But what […]

Supplements for Mitochondrial Health & Support

Mitochondria: the cellular power plant Mitochondria produce Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP). In the cell, the energy in the form of ATP is produced in two ways: in the cytosol as a product of glycolysis, and in the mitochondria as a product of oxidative phosphorylation. You need ATP and you need NAD+/NADH to make that ATP so […]

What Are Vaccines?

Vaccines are one of the most important achievements in the history of medicine. Regular vaccinations can reduce the spread of contagious and deadly diseases and prevent devastating pandemics and public health crises.  Before the invention of vaccines, contagious diseases like smallpox and polio ripped through human populations across the globe, killing countless millions each year.  […]

What is Sarcoma? The Signs, Symptoms, and Treatments

More than 13,000 Americans will fall ill due to sarcoma this year. The five-year survival rate for sarcoma is 65.4%, making it one of the deadliest cancers.  Sarcoma is scary, yet it is also possible to manage. You can take the first steps toward caring for yourself by getting the facts about sarcoma. What is sarcoma […]

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