What comes to mind when you think about your body’s circulatory system? If images of your heart pumping blood through your blood vessels springs to mind, you’re certainly not incorrect. But your cardiovascular system is only half of the equation when it comes to your body’s circulation. You see, healthy circulation relies on two separate…
Today we are going to explore what inflammatory heart disease is, and go over some steps you can take to prevent inflammation and protect your heart.
Let’s dive into some of the research behind coffee’s incredible effects on health and longevity.
It seems like everywhere you turn there’s someone touting a secret cure-all that will relieve all your health woes. Whether it’s to turn back the hands of time, shed unwanted pounds, boost your energy levels, or heal from a chronic illness – everyone’s got some “magic concoction” to improve your health. As great as it…
Today we’re going to dive into exactly what resveratrol is, whether it can really deliver on its reported health benefits, and how to get more of it in your life.
Today we’re going to dive into exactly what the health benefits of olive oil are.
While these claims might sound too good to be true, as it turns out, collagen really does have incredible health benefits that might just surprise you. Let’s dive into exactly what collagen is, where it comes from and most importantly – how you can start reaping the benefits of collagen.
If you’re ready to kick off the new decade with less stress, here are my recommendations to help you ease into a more relaxed year.
Are Pollutants Causing Heart Disease and Type 2 Diabetes? The Link Between Persistent Organic Pollutants and Metabolic Syndrome
So, if lack of exercise and unhealthy diet don’t explain the whole story, what does? In this article, we’ll find out why some researchers suggest that exposure to environmental pollutants are a major contributing factor to metabolic syndrome.
If there is one disease I ask my patients to have on their minds, it’s type 2 diabetes. According to the 2017 report from the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 100 million Americans have diabetes (30.3 million) or prediabetes (84.1 million).1 This means that nearly half of Americans have the disease or its precursor.