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- Key Liver Functions
The liver is the body's largest organ, weighing three to five pounds in adults. Optimal nutrition is a function not just of what we eat and digest, but-
- Adipose Tissue aka Body Fat
Few substances are more reviled in our society than adipose tissue or body fat.
- Avoiding Diverticulitis & Diverticulosis
Although a fiber-rich diet has been proven beyond a doubt to significantly reduce the risk of heart disease and colon cancer, as well as the impact of other health conditions such as diabetes, the average American continues to consume only about-
- Heartburn and Reflux Esophagitis
The combined market for the prescription forms of Pepcid, Tagamet, and Zantac is more than two and a half billion dollars-
- Hemochromatosis aka Iron Overload
Hemochromatosis or iron overload is one of the most common inherited diseases in the U.S. and yet you ve probably never heard of it. About one in-
- Obesity Redefined
Late June, the weight-loss industry must have celebrated. Overnight, thousands of us joined the ranks of the overweight-
- Osteoporosis & Paget s Disease
The human skeleton is made up of 212 bones - 206 sizable and six little bones known as ossicles, three in each ear-
- The Importance of Vitamin B
A decade ago words like phytochemical or phosphatidylserine either didn t exist or were unfamiliar outside of the scientific community. One of the pitfalls of taking an active interest in nutrition is the tendency to
- Vision, Aging and Age-Related Diseases
By age 50, most of us experience some vision change. As your eyes undergo normal aging changes, you can expect-