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Increased Dietary Fiber and Reduced Cardiac Health...

Key points: Recent data have indicated rates for cardiovascular disease (CVD) and coronary heart disease...
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Can Omega-3 Supplementation Improve Mood?

Depression and mood symptoms impact up to half of the population worldwide (WHO).1 Although...
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Not Taking a Multivitamin? Here are 5...

You try to eat well to feel good and stay healthy. While it’s optimal...
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Integrating Nutrition and Lifestyle Therapy Into Your Practice

In this podcast Tricia Paulson, ND and Nilima Desai, RD discuss how to integrate nutrition and lifestyle therapy into your practice. Dr Paulson provides...
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Endothelial Health in Motion: Optimizing Endothelial Function with Targeted...

Cardiovascular function can be strategically supported via targeted nutritional factors that support Nitric Oxide (NO) synthesis, which is essential for healthy endothelial function and...
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The Power of Nutrition: Food Matters

In this podcast Cory Rice, DO and Nilima Desai, RD discuss the need for improved diet and nutrition as a preventative measure to reverse...
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3 Reasons Lack of Sleep May Cause Weight Gain

If you’re trying to maintain a healthy weight, counting sheep may be as important as counting the carbs on your plate or weight repetitions...
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3 Ways to Decrease Inflammation

What’s Eating You? Feeling overly tired, bloated, or achy? When dealing with these often stress-related concerns, there are a few questions you should ask...
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Talking Turkey: Tryptophan and Cardiovascular Disease Risk

Turkey will be on the menu for many people this holiday season. This poultry meat has gained popularity for being a good source of...
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Reducing Sugar Consumption Lowers Risk of Fatty Liver and...

Insulin resistance (IR) develops as a response to long term elevation of insulin levels or hyperinsulinemia (HI) after exposure to chronic increases in blood...
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Sulforaphane and Its Many Uses

Sulforaphane found in cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and cabbage has been associated with the up-regulation of antioxidant and detoxification enzymes...
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On the Metabolism of Exogenous Ketones in Humans

On the Metabolism of Exogenous Ketones in Humans Highlights Ketone Ester (KE) drinks elevated blood βHB to a greater extent (>50%) than Ketone Salt...
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Results from PURE Multi-National Cohort Study Challenge Current Dietary...

Findings from the Prospective Urban Rural Epidemiology (PURE) Study—which consisted of more than 135,000 individuals from 18 low-, middle- and high-income countries from five continents—showed...
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Nearly 50% of Americans now Diagnosed with Diabetes or...

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recently released their latest National Diabetes Statistics Report— and the news is not optimistic. The report indicates that...
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Premature or Early-Onset Menopause Associated With Increased Risk ...

New News in Women’s Health!  From our Research Colleagues at Erasmus Medical Center Original Clinical Research Published in JAMA Cardiology Premature or Early-Onset Menopause...
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Carbohydrate Intolerance: The Silent Partner in Chronic Disease Development

Dr Shilpa P Saxena to discusses challenges in patient management related to control and balance of blood glucose, and the role of carbohydrate intolerance...
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Managing Digestive Disorders Using Functional Medicine Approaches

Dr Vincent M Pedre, with the Pedre Integrative Health Clinic in New York discusses how he uses probiotics and prebiotics, as an attempt to keep the...
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Functional Medicine at Work in the Real World

Dr Shilpa P Saxena, with the SevaMed Institute in Tampa, Florida discusses how to implement functional and integrative medicine into your day-to-day practice by...
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Female Infertility Associated with Increased Risk of Death from...

A retrospective cohort study found that infertility in women was associated with an increased risk of death from certain endocrine related disease such as...
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“Skinny Fat” Individuals Have Similar Risk to Obese for...

Obesity is well known as a predisposing factor for chronic disease processes including metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes (T2D), cardiovascular disease (CVD) and non-alcoholic...
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Does Metabolic Syndrome Increase the Risk for Sudden Cardiac...

Metabolic syndrome (MetS) is defined by a group of markers including elevated blood pressure, increased fasting blood glucose and dyslipidemia along with increased levels...
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