Submitted by Harrison Broer on Sun, 08/04/2019 - 19:25
Many women are cautious about taking testosterone supplements. Others are either not aware or do not have access to information that explains the importance of such hormones since most mainstream doctors still deeply believe testosterone is a man’s hormone and women should not supplement with it. However, there is a growing abundance of scientific evidence showing testosterone does play a role in women’s health.
Submitted by Harrison Broer on Sun, 08/04/2019 - 17:58
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), more than 100 million United States adults are living with diabetes or prediabetes . Further, the CDC also estimated that 80 million Americans are insulin-resistant, which is a precursor to diabetes .
Submitted by Harrison Broer on Fri, 08/02/2019 - 20:59
Nigella sativa, also known as black seed or black cumin seed, has been exalted. The seed has been found in the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun’s tomb, which dates back 3,000 years [1, p. 204]. Mohammad also praised the seed as the cure for anything but death.
Submitted by Harrison Broer on Thu, 08/01/2019 - 21:15
If you ever cook with mushrooms, you may be familiar with several types, such as white button, crimini, portobello, and shiitake mushrooms. Chances are, though, you have never heard of lion’s mane, and that is because lion’s mane mushrooms, or Hericium erinaceus, play more of a supplemental and nutrient function than a cooking and culinary purpose.
Submitted by Harrison Broer on Wed, 07/31/2019 - 22:18
Antibiotic medications are some of the most commonly prescribed pharmaceuticals. According to a Pew research center, in 2015, there were nearly 270 million antibiotic prescriptions, which does not include the 18.4 million pounds of antibiotics that were used in agriculture . Remember, antibiotics are live organisms, and when they are dumped into the environment, they become part of the environment and have the potential to change the world’s microbiome.
Submitted by Harrison Broer on Tue, 07/30/2019 - 22:12
According to researchers at Rice University, it is estimated that 70 percent of people have Candida colonies in their intestines, mouths, or on their skins . In most cases, this yeast is commensal, meaning it does not harm people, even though it depends upon them for food. However, if Candida colonies grow too large, they can lead to a yeast infection.
Submitted by Harrison Broer on Tue, 07/30/2019 - 17:52
On June 2019, the American Medical Association (AMA) published an article in their journal, JAMA. The article was titled “Fear-Based Medical Misinformation and Disease Prevention: From Vaccines to Statins” and written by Ann Marie Navar, MD, Ph.D. .
Submitted by Harrison Broer on Fri, 07/26/2019 - 19:37
Either by walking through the grocery store or reviewing items in your cabinet, chances are you will find a food additive. These typically do not add any nutritional benefit to the food product but are instead used to enhance the products, flavor, texture, appearance, and shelf life