Keeping the Pulse on the Latest Nutrition and Supplementation Research

Keeping the Pulse on the Latest Nutrition and Supplementation Research

The Best Homemade Electrolyte Drinks

The Best Homemade Electrolyte Drinks

Due to the drinking water being depleted in vital minerals in many parts of the world - including the U.S., electrolyte drinks are crucial for any activity and general hydration during the warmer months. We have explored The Best Electrolyte Drinks for...

Genetic Testing and The Nutrition Genome Report

Genetic Testing and The Nutrition Genome Report

Approximately 5 years ago, I created Nutrition Genome in response to a health scare that my wife experienced. Since it was complex and she wasn't getting any answers from doctors, I dove in head first to figure it out. This was when I was introduced to genetic...

The Top Pathways to Achieve Longevity Part 2

The Top Pathways to Achieve Longevity Part 2

In The Top Pathways to Achieve Longevity Part I, we explored the longevity pathways mTOR, AMPK, SIRT1, and NF-kB. Now that you have a base understanding of these pathways, you will learn how to epigenetically target them for extending life. If you are...

The Top Pathways to Achieve Longevity Part I

The Top Pathways to Achieve Longevity Part I

If there is one health-related topic that we can agree on, it is that we all want to live longer. Anti-aging research has progressed to a respectable point where we can draw on science to employ lifestyle, diet and supplement interventions that promote longevity. ...

Whey Protein vs. Collagen Protein: Which is better?

Whey Protein vs. Collagen Protein: Which is better?

Whether you’re a fitness aficionado working on building lean muscle, or someone simply trying to bolster your overall health, the notion of the perfect protein powder likely looms large in your daily routine. Many protein powders are whey-based, but today, collagen...

Does Turmeric Work for Depression?

Does Turmeric Work for Depression?

According to the World Health Organization, depression is the leading cause of disability worldwide. Approximately 300 million suffer from depression, with more women affected than men. A Mayo Clinic study found that 70% of Americans are prescribed medications...

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