It's Your Body

Each month Springboard publishes news articles about your health. This is not just ordinary information, it's incredible knowledge which will empower you to take control of your health.

  • Key Liver Functions
    This liver article discusses the key functions of the liver and explains how to protect the liver from toxic overload.
  • Adipose Tissue aka Body Fat
    Learn the facts about body fat and how knowing your body mass index can help you determine the best weight loss options for targeting adipose tissue.
  • Avoiding Diverticulitis & Diverticulosis
    Increasing fiber intake can improve overall health, minimize risk of disease, and improve bowel movements, while not enough fiber can cause diverticulosis.
  • Heartburn and Reflux Esophagitis
    Learn how to effectively relieve heartburn and acid reflux safely at Springboard.
  • 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.
  • Obesity Redefined
    When the federal government issued its first clinical guidelines on obesity, thousands joined the ranks of the overweight overnight.
  • Osteoporosis & Paget s Disease
    The human skeleton is made up of 212 bones. Osteoporosis or "holes in the bones" is the leading bone disease in the United States, while Paget's Disease is the second most common bone disease in the United States.
  • The Importance of Vitamin B
    A decade ago, words like phytochemical or phosphatidylserine either did not exist or were unfamiliar outside of the scientific community. Recent research indicates that vitamins and minerals play a much larger role than simply providing a solid foundation for overall good health.

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