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PROTEIN: Greek meaning primary or first.

Proteins are found in every living thing on earth. In the human body, protein is an essential component of muscles, skin, hair, and bones; it is found in nearly every tissue and body part. Protein is essential for proper muscle d...

95% of all illnesses – ALL illnesses – are linked to stress. Everything from the common cold to depression to heart disease is linked to stress.[1]

Stress causes the body to lose its ability to regulate inflammation. Cortisol, the hormone that is produced by stress, nor...

Do you use an infrared sauna? In the United States, infrared (IR) saunas are making a stir in the health and wellness community due to their many health benefits. IR saunas have been shown to rid your body of toxins, reduce inflammation, and increase blood flow, among...

Biohacking and You

If you’ve been in the health and fitness world, you’ve probably heard of biohacking, but what is it? Biohacking is the process of making changes to your lifestyle in order to “hack” your body’s biology and feel your best - to make yourself into the ab...

Today’s guest post is from Laura D'ltri MSOM LAc at www.lauraditri.com 

Laura D'Itri MSOM LAc is a certified Functional Medicine Practitioner who helps women recover from adrenal fatigue and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) to get their health and their lives back. Laura'...

One in every 25 Americans has a food allergy.[1] Food allergies affect 5% of children under 5 and 4% of teens and adults.[2] These numbers are on the rise. 

Food allergy is an immune based disease and is quickly becoming a serious health co...

Exercising increases how much oxygen you take in, leading to what is called "oxidative stress." Oxidative stress damages cells and turns them into free radicals (free radicals also damage healthy cells as well as prevent the repair process). In addition, oxidative stre...