Arthritis, Severe Fatigue & Early Menopause – A Glyconutrition Testimonial

Over the past 9 years I’ve experienced pain in my hip joints.  Being a very active person, I typically would push through the pain to experience the joy of hiking or cycling. However, since the birth of my son three years ago, the pain became so severe that I couldn’t walk a block without tears […]

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Longer, Healthier Lives Linked to Belief System

What you do on Sunday morning may affect the rest of your life. People actively involved in religious organizations live longer, healthier lives, says a new study. “Religious organizations are frequently involved in public health campaigns and supportive programs to assist marginal members of their communities,” said Dr. William J. Strawbridge, lead author of the […]

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Age May Not Doom Coronary Arteries

Coronary heart disease has long been associated with advancing age. Is the breakdown of coronary arteries inherently connected with aging? A new study of Chinese and Australian men suggests this may not be the case, reports a recent Reuters wire release. Scientists are looking further to discover why the Chinese men possessed a “protection” from […]

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