29 million people in the United States have diabetes. 1.7 million are adults who were newly diagnosed in 2012 alone. 33% of all American children are predicted to become diabetic. In 2020 1 in 2 kids will suffer from the disease. Without serious intervention, half the world’s population will be obese in 15 years. 610,000 […]
Archives for May 2016
Revolutionary Research: While the debate on whether “dietary supplements actually work” continues to dominate the headlines, Chief Science Officer, Dr Matthew Tripp and a team of scientists at The Hughes Center for Research and Innovation decided to stop talking and start testing. In 2015 the center concluded an independently-reviewed clinical study to test the efficacy […]
From 2010 to 2011, 262 million people received prescriptions for antibiotics from their physicians—of these, about 30 percent were unnecessary. Antibiotics prescriptions for acute respiratory conditions were most often inappropriately prescribed. Children aged 2 years and younger were the most frequent recipients of antibiotics prescriptions.
If there’s one thing we require to thrive it is sensible exposure to the sun. Sure, sunlight is needed for growing food, but you also need direct sun exposure to thrive, just like plants. For starters, spending time in bright mid-day sun helps anchor your circadian rhythm, helping you sleep better. Surprising as it sounds, […]
The evidence clearly shows that once you reach a serum vitamin D level of 40 ng/ml, your risk for cancer plunges by 67 percent, compared to having a level of 20 ng/ml or less. When sunlight shines on your skin, nitric oxide—a blood pressure lowering compound—is released into your bloodstream, which helps protect your cardiovascular […]
Improving digestion is the most important health subject to me. When I was younger, I suffered from a disease called inflammatory bowel disease, which is inflammationof the colon, also known as ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease. Once I discovered the connection between my unhealthy Standard American Diet (SAD) and my illness, I had to make […]
Heartburn causes significant pain in the mid-chest area as acid refluxes out of your stomach and burns your esophageal tissue. Helicobacter pylori has been found to trigger a statistically significant number of symptoms for people with reflux disease and heartburn. Drugs used to treat heartburn are linked with rising numbers of diagnosed chronic kidney disease, […]