Is Your Adult Onset Diabetes Type 1? This Antibody Blood Test Might Tell the Answer
What is the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes? Type 1 diabetes usually develops in children and adults under 30. It is caused by the immune system attacking the islet cells of the pancreas that are responsible for making insulin. So, with type 1 diabetes, there isn’t enough insulin because our own immune... Read more Read more
How to Test for Protein Malabsorption: The Indican Urine Test
An Indican Urine Test may detect malabsorption of proteins which may be a sign of a digestive or gastrointestinal issue. Possible conditions associated with abnormal test results range from autoimmune disease to dysbiosis and leaky gut. Restoring balance through dietary changes, appropriate supplementation if necessary, lifestyle changes, and stress management techniques will help bring those... Read more Read more
The BEST Choice for DNA Testing: Full Genome Sequencing From Nebula
Nebula Genomics sequences 100% of your genome--others test 0.2%. Ultra high security with blockchain. Best Price in the Read more
Vitamin D Blood Test-25-Hydroxy
The Vitamin D 25-Hydroxy Blood Test is often ordered for individuals that have symptoms of vitamin D deficiency. Read more
CD57 Blood Test- Part of the ReCODE Protocol
Why is CD57 Important in Evaluating Cognitive Problems? The ReCODE protocol for recovery from cognitive decline has been uniquely successful in slowing and reversing cognitive decline because it searches for the widest range of potential sources of cognitive problems. Lyme disease is just one of those sources. Lyme disease has been found to be associated... Read more Read more
How Can You Detect Diabetes? Test Your Blood Sugar (HbA1c) Now!
The hemoglobin blood test is primarily used as a means of calculating the average level of glucose in the blood over an extended period of Read more
Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms? Reverse T3 May Explain It
Your doctor says your thyroid test is normal, but you have the Symptoms of hypothyroidism including: Fatigue Weight gain Constipation Brain fog Muscle aches Depressed mood If this sounds like you, you might want to have a thyroid test that includes “Reverse T3”. What is Reverse T3? Reverse T3 is an inactive form of T3 that... Read more Read more
Menopausal Hot Flashes: What Foods Help and Are Supplements Effective?
Women going through menopause often experience problems with hot flashes (flushing), vaginal dryness, and irritability or depression related to low estrogen levels. Natural compounds have been shown to be helpful for reducing these symptoms and many women are looking for relief in over-the-counter (OTC) supplements to lessen their symptoms. Estrogen-like Compounds in Food There are... Read more Read more
Best Nutritional Supplements for Womens’ Infertility: The Real Research on What Works
Research shows that inositol, vitamin D, a Multivitamin with Folate, and N-acetylcysteine (NAC) may increase your pregnancy Read more
Ever wonder if you have Vitamin D Deficiency? Get your blood tested
The Vitamin D 25-Hydroxy Blood Test determines Vitamin D deficiency. Vitamin D is essential in the growth of healthy bones and teeth. Without it, children can develop a bone-malformation condition known as rickets, and adults can develop osteomalacia, which is where bones become soft and easy fracture. Vitamin D also helps regulate levels of calcium,... Read more Read more
Post-Exercise Pain and Recovery: What Supplements Really Work?
Research shows athletes can improve strength and post-exercise recovery with supplemental Collagen, Omega 3, Curcumin, Magnesium, and Read more
Vitamin A, E, and Beta Carotene Blood Test Panel
This blood test for Vitamin A and Vitamin E levels can show if you have an excess or deficiency of these Read more
Diet Culture: Why It Is Wrong
What is Diet Culture? It involves weight stigma–a societal belief that people in larger bodies are less intelligent, more self-indulgent, and less deserving of respect. It involves Read more
Bariatric Surgery: The Supplements Surgeons Say You MUST Have
Bariatric surgery has many health benefits–it’s true. However, when you are feeling good, it’s easy to slip out of the habit of taking the required nutrient supplements. Read more
Green Tea Extract: What You Need To Know, Benefits, Recommendations, and Supplement Options
Green tea contains catechins, a group of polyphenols largely found in tea, cocoa, and berries. These compounds serve as antioxidants along with other nutrients like Vitamin A Read more
Unconscious attention to food may explain weight regain after bariatric surgery
Among a cohort of adults who underwent weight-loss surgery, those with severe obesity before surgery showed a greater preconscious attentional bias response to food stimuli compared with Visit External
Why One Multivitamin Is Better Than a Single Nutrient Vitamin
Why A Multivitamin Should Be Considered A good multivitamin is one that provides a wide range of vitamins and minerals. There are over 40 different nutrients and other bioactive molecules we get from foods that each fill a critical role in basic cell functions. Miss any one of them, and it throws a wrench into... Read more Read more
DHEA, Anti-Aging Hormone: What is it? Is it Safe?
Also known as dehydroepiandrosterone, DHEA is a hormone made in the brain and adrenals that is known as the anti-aging hormone. DHEA is banned by sports organizations due to its ability to Read more
What Coenzyme Q10 Can Do For You And Where You Can Find It
Coenzyme CQ10 (CoQ10) is effective for Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), Diabetic nerve pain (neuropathy), Fibromyalgia, Migraine, Multiple Sclerosis, HIV, and Peyronie Read more
Probiotic Use for Diarrhea
No doubt about it, probiotics are a big seller and research into the human microbiome suggests that the bacteria in our GI tract is having potentially profound effects on health and disease.  Researchers have made progress recently in identifying the particular strains of probiotic that provide relief of diarrhea. What Are Probiotics Probiotics are live... Read more Read more