Beta glucans improve blood glucose control, insulin resistance, and cholesterol levels … and have much more beneficial effects. Beta glucan is a glucose polymer with functional and bioactive properties found in the cell walls of cereals (eg, oats, barley), certain types of mushrooms (eg, reishi, shiitake, maitake), yeasts, seaweed, and algae. They are also found […]
Aging is annoying, but it’s the only way to live long With age, changes occur in the human body, which are primarily manifested by a decrease in many biological functions and also a decrease in adaptability to changes associated with metabolic and psychological stress. These physiological changes are usually accompanied by changes in behavior. The […]
Spring is a ideal time for spring detox – to cleanse away toxins so the body can reboot after a long, lazy winter. By early spring, most of us are not feeling our best. Undertaking a detox can help put you in better form again for the months ahead. The good news is that effective […]
Serrapptase: A mirracle enzyme Serrapeptase is, like some other proteolytic enzymes, known for its pain and inflammation curing effects. Some Europen and Japan research show that serrapeptase is the most effective proteolytic enzyme for reducing inflammation. In addition, it may also decrease the risk of infections, prevent blood clots, and relief from certain chronic respiratory […]
Although fifty years is no old age now from the career, self-realization and various social activities point of view, many processes in your body are gradually deteriorating. In order this to happen as slowly as possible, it is necessary to start changing some things in your life. The sooner before your fifty you start, the […]
Nutraceuticals combine the benefits of nutrition and pharmaceuticals. They may be considered, in some cases, as a safe alternative for pharmaceuticals. Nutraceuticals are made for the prevention and treatment of disease.
Have you ever stopped to consider what kind of shape we’d all be in if our bodies didn’t have the innate ability to protect us against disease?
We live in an “aging” world; with growing global life expectancies that result in the expectation that over 65’s will make up 17% of the world’s population in 2050 (U.S. Census Bureau, 2015). That does not necessarily mean we will all be aging healthily. Many people expect some physical problems when getting older but find the prospect of their brain aging the most daunting. So …. what can we do to keep our brains young?
This vitamin doesn’t get much attention but a new study shows that it may be the single most important nutrient for your heart. It prevents a serious and common condition that often leads to sudden cardiac arrest.