Weight Loss Success

Weight Loss Success

One of the hardest choices to make is what supplement should one take to help them achieve their healthy lifestyle goals.  This is especially true when you are dealing with Weight Loss.   One person’s weight loss success is another person’s weight loss failure.  Why?  I believe the best way to achieve Weight Loss Success has…

Lutein and Pregnancy

Study Highlights “Unique Roles of Lutein & Zeaxanthin May Play During Pregnancy”

According to new research Lutein and Zeaxanthin are found in higher levels in the placenta and the umbilical cord blood than any other carotenoid.  This finding adds to the ever growing body of science which supports the benefits of Lutein and Zeaxanthin in infant and fetal development.  The evidence has been accumulating which supports the…

Vitamins and Cararacts

Meta-Analysis Links Vitamins and Carotenoids with Lower Risk of Age-Related Cataract

According to a new meta-analysis a higher consumption of Carotenoids and certain Vitamins is associated with a significantly decreased risk for Age Related Cataract (ARC) formation.  8 randomized controlled trial (RCTs) and 12 cohort studies were included in this meta-analysis.  These studies, published through June, 2018, assessed dietary Carotenoid and Vitamin intake and ARC risks. …

Probiotics and Psycological Benefits

Human Study Suggests Holistic Psychological Benefits of Multi-Strain Probiotic

According to a new study, reductions in depression, anger, fatigue and significant improvements in moods along with improvements in sleep quality, were seen in individuals taking a daily multi-strain probiotic supplement. 38 healthy students between the ages of 18 – 35 participated in this double blind placebo controlled study.  Participants were allocated to either the…

Minerals

The Mineral Balancing Act

As we all know, minerals are as important as vitamins for many bodily functions.  Deficiencies in minerals are likely to lead to health issues over time.  61% of all Americans over the age of 19, intake less magnesium then required daily while 49% of all Americans take in less calcium than is required.  In addition…

PAD AND OMEGA 3

People With Peripheral Artery Disease May Have an Omega-3 Deficiency

According to research recently published in Lipids , individuals who suffer from Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) have a low Omega-3 index when compared to individuals who do not have the disease.  Peripheral Artery Disease affects the blood vessels located outside the brain and the heart.  Essentially PAD is atherosclerosis of the leg arteries.  Other studies…