When we’re young, our parents tell us constantly to “stand up straight.” Did they simply want us to look our best, or did they know more about the effects of posture than we give them credit for? Turns out, our parents were right — whether they knew it or not, posture affects our long-term health in both good and bad ways.
Description: How the sunshine nutrient, vitamin D, helps prevent chronic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure, dementia, and even cancer. How to calculate the amount of vitamin D you
You may not realize it, but some of the products you think are helping your skin could actually be doing serious damage. Because excessive chemical exposure can have a negative impact on your skin’s appearance and health, it’s vital for you to think carefully about the ingredients found in your everyday products. Even applying sunscreen or makeup could increase your exposure to toxins.
Human Growth Hormone, also known as HGH, directly and indirectly, affects every cell in our bodies. When it’s diminished by disease, injury, or aging it can lead to physical and mental issues and make aging much harder than it needs to be.
Most adults understand the dangers of being iron deficient, but new research has shown that being iron deficient can also cost us our ability to hear.
Vitamin B6 (Pyroxidine) is not only important to our body’s growth, function and energy levels, it also has the ability to relieve nerve pain, anxiety and depression. Read on to learn more about these brain benefits.
Green tea can protect our brains from mental decline and injury, as well as improve working memory and cognitive function. Read on to learn more.
Dementia is more dreaded than cancer, even death. The very notion of losing control of one’s own mind is enough to fill anyone with terror. Fortunately, numerous studies, some going back decades, strongly suggest that vitamin D is the key to preventing dementia and other psychological disorders.