A study of more than 81,000 women found those with the highest intake of vitamin D from food sources had a significantly lower prevalence of depressive symptoms. The researchers suggested that vitamin D may affect the function of dopamine and norepinephrine.
Even though I strongly disagree with this common preventive medication as there is plenty of evidence to suggest it doesn’t work, antiplatelet medications, such as aspirin, are a typical part of standard care after a heart attack.
Given a choice, would you rather carry a bag of rocks or a sack of diamonds? Well, we do have a choice and you will be surprised how many people choose rocks. Abraham Lincoln once said that if you “look for what’s wrong, you will surely find it.” How true this is. The imperfections in […]
Like the other members of the ProArgi-9+ family, Active helps support your heart health. What makes the Active formula different is its targeted approach to physical activity.
“The idea that Alzheimer’s is entirely genetic and unpreventable is perhaps the Greatest misconception about the disease,” says Gary Small, M.D., director of The UCLA Center on Aging. Researchers now know that Alzheimer’s, like heart Disease and cancer, develops over decades and can be influenced by lifestyle Factors including cholesterol, blood pressure, obesity, depression, education, […]
Everyone has a self-image, but how does a self-image get built? And what does your self-image have to do with who you are, and how you react in strange or unusual situations?
John Hewlett has launched a new audio CD with his 90 Day Challenge! Included on the CD is an introduction by John and his 90 Day Challenge, followed by a short excerpt by Dan Higginson, Founder and CEO of Synergy Worldwide, explaining his 90 Day, Money back guarantee on ProArgi-9+. Also on the CD is […]
“If someone shared with you the discovery of a natural product, based on Nobel Prize medical research; that significantly improved cardiovascular health and performance, would you try that product for 90 days, on an unconditional satisfaction guaranteed basis?” John Hewlett October 5, 2011
Osteoporosis (submitted by Dan Austin) Osteoporosis, defined as a reduction of bone mass or bone density, was long viewed as a disease unique to aging women, and has been treated primarily with conjugated equine estrogens (CEE) in hopes of mitigating the decline in endogenous female hormone levels that occurs during menopause (Leong 1998, Wylie 2010). […]
(submitted by Dan Austin) Government-sponsored study reveals current vitamin D recommendations are inadequate for African-Americans and others The results of a study reported at the American Association of Cancer Research’s Fourth Annual Health Disparities Conference reveal a need for vitamin D among African-Americans that is far greater than the current recommendation of 600 international units […]