The holidays are fast approaching, with Halloween only a little over a month away, so begins the true challenges of a nutritional diet; therefore, we need to remember our good friends, enzym... Read more
Probiotics and Immunity With cold and flu season approaching faster than you can say “Achoo,” you might be wondering how you can pump up your immunity to avoid the chills, fever, aches, and... Read more
We were all told as children to eat our vegetables. Most of us probably ended up spending far too much time sitting at the kitchen table until this seemingly slimy, yucky food group was swal... Read more
Can a magnesium deficiency result in sudden death as a result of heart disease? Over the last thirty years or so, there’s been many published medical studies and journals suggesting that a l... Read more
The Konjac Kraze Perhaps in your search for dietary supplements and fibers, you might have come across this plant called the konjac, also nicknamed the elephant yam, voodoo lily or the snake... Read more
Likening a sugar addiction to a drug habit might seem like an overreaction on the surface, but it might not be exaggerated. Surely, at some point in time, you might have found yourself reall... Read more
This is Insider’s Health TV. I’m your host, Clint Winters. Today, we’re talking probiotics and why they are essential for your health. You might be wondering what the heck probiotics are. We... Read more
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