If you find yourself feeling down during the winter months, you’re not alone. According to statistics, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) impacts up to 10% of the population—with rates four times…Read more
It can’t be mere coincidence that National Heart Month and Valentine’s Day both fall in February. Even though the heart has been associated with love for centuries, we don’t always…Read more
Whether you made one too many toasts on New Year’s Eve, or you’ve been steadily ramping up the sugar since Halloween, it’s no secret that most of us end the year feeling weighed down and sluggish.
Our culture is preoccupied with being busy. We work long hours, and pack every moment with activity. Often, when we do finally rest, we spend hours on our devices, scrolling through social media or watching endless hours of television. Sleep almost feels like an inconvenience, but it is critical to bodily functions and good health.
It’s been another exciting year for independent, peer-reviewed research on PectaSol-C. 2019 brought us nine new studies on PectaSol-C, pushing us to over 50 published papers on the original and only proven-effective form of Modified Citrus Pectin.
During cold and flu season, and all year long, it’s critical to remember that “our own immune system is our best medicine.”
Do humans need more sleep during the winter? It certainly seems that way, especially if you’re struggling to get through this time of year with enough energy to say “Happy Holidays”...
This year, hang on to your health, and brighten your mood and vitality, with a few simple measures. Give yourself the gift of self-care, and with it, greater resilience, energy and overall wellness—so you have more to truly celebrate.
Do you ever wonder why some people never seem to get sick? Most people would say it just depends on your immune system...
Viruses are the most abundant biological entities on earth, regardless of the season. But during the fall and winter months, cold and flu viruses flourish. Low temperatures and dry air keep these germs stable longer, while at the same time, suppressing the immune system...
In the US, over 300,000 people are diagnosed with Lyme disease annually—a massive spike in numbers compared to recent years. This dramatic increase is sparking debate: Is Lyme disease a rapidly spreading epidemic, or are more doctors simply diagnosing this condition?
From Halloween to New Year’s Day, the holiday season is a dietary minefield. It’s virtually impossible to avoid sugar-laden treats and calorie-dense foods this time of year, especially when they’re delivered directly to our offices and homes.
As the Lyme epidemic continues to grow, conventional medicine is gradually coming to recognize chronic Lyme disease as a valid condition requiring strategic intervention. Also known as Post-Treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome (PTLDS), chronic Lyme involves ongoing inflammation and continued/increasing Lyme symptoms, after undergoing standard antibiotic treatment for Lyme disease.
Study shows why women are more at risk