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.
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.
As research continues to demonstrate the links between sleep deprivation and serious health concerns, we’re also learning exactly what defines quality sleep.
Pure honokiol crosses the blood-brain barrier and has been extensively researched for its unique mechanisms and benefits across numerous areas of health. This new study adds to the growing body of data demonstrating the efficacy of this extract for supporting cognitive function, relaxation, mood, and neurological health, safely and naturally.*
Every so often, a study is published and news reports churn out variations on the headline: “Vitamins Don’t Work.” The latest along these lines involves a meta-analysis: A type of research review which gathers previously published data and looks for patterns.
The number of chemicals and toxic metals in our environment is staggering. In the United States alone, there are more than 60,000 different compounds produced in large quantities for industrial…Read more
Biologically, men and women have some concrete differences. But those distinctions go beyond the obvious contrasts. It's important to recognize that our bodies function within subtle and not-so-subtle variations that…Read more
Quite often, the most powerful botanicals come from unexpected sources. Honokiol is an example. Derived from the bark of the Magnolia tree, honokiol is a highly active polyphenol compound that…Read more