Joint Health

  1. White Willow Bark - Nature’s Aspirin for Joint Pain Relief

    White Willow Bark - Nature’s Aspirin for Joint Pain Relief
    According to the National Health Institute (NIH), approximately 11% of the population is suffering from some form of pain, from mild or occasional to chronic or severe. That’s about 25.3 million Americans!  Many of those aches are in the joints, and a reason that sends millions of people to their doctors for relief.  For those seeking more than the traditional...
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  2. Menopause Treatment Pregnenolone May Reduce Inflammation

    Menopause Treatment Pregnenolone May Reduce Inflammation
    Menopause is a life transition experienced by women as a normal part of the aging process.  Menopause is caused by declining hormone levels needed for fertility, marked by increased inflammation in the body, causing a host of side effects from time to time. Fortunately, pregnenolone, often called the “mother of all hormones,” is showing great promise as a menopause treatment...
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  3. Can Melatonin Help During Menopause?

    Can Melatonin Help During Menopause?
    Many women dealing with menopausal symptoms experience disruptions in their sleep cycles. This can exacerbate some of the other side effects such as increased anxiety, depression, trouble focusing, memory lapses, hot flashes and a decreased libido, just to name a few. The good news is that increasing shows that melatonin supplements can be an effective menopause treatment to help you...
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  4. Five Tips to Improve Brain Function | Memory Improvement Tips

    Five Tips to Improve Brain Function | Memory Improvement Tips
    You may not be able to make yourself taller, or alter your shoe size, but there are ways to improve brain function. As you age, maintaining mental acuity is increasingly important to stave off the symptoms of mental decline. Here are our top five memory improvement tips to help you keep your brain healthy! 1.     Exercise Exercise is not just...
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  5. Omega-3 Deficiency Symptoms – How Much do we Need?

    Omega-3 Deficiency Symptoms – How Much do we Need?
    Omega-3 deficiency is also known as FADS – Fatty Acid Deficiency Syndrome. The symptoms are hard to pinpoint as they are often shared with other health issues and can easily be overlooked, misdiagnosed or trivialized.   Let’s consider first why we need omega-3 fatty acids in our diet. The body is unable to make omega-3 fatty acids, yet they are...
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  6. Sensitivity to Fluoride: Stories, Symptoms and Allergy Facts

    Sensitivity to Fluoride: Stories, Symptoms and Allergy Facts
    Are you suffering from fluoride sensitivity? Do you know the symptoms of fluoride sensitivity? Do you even know if your public water supply is fluoridated? Let’s answer these important questions about fluoride and perhaps solve your undiagnosed health problems caused by fluoride sensitivity. What are Fluoride Sensitivity Symptoms? Not everyone has a fluoride allergy but those who are born with...
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  7. How Fish Oil Increases Joint Mobility

    How Fish Oil Increases Joint Mobility
    Many Americans take fish oil supplements because they are known to help prevent heart disease, enhance the look and health of skin and hair and even bring relief from the symptoms of depression.  Another good reason to pop those pills is the benefits of omega-3 fish oils for joints. What Is Omega-3? Omega-3 fatty acids are called essential fats because...
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  8. Top Five Fish Oil Benefits for Women

    Top Five Fish Oil Benefits for Women
    The benefits of omega-3 fish oil cannot be overemphasized. Daily supplements of this simple, cheap source of omega-3 fatty acids can support healthy, supple arteries, lower the risk of heart disease and reduce inflammation which causes arthritis and joint pain; and that's just for starters. There are even more fish oil benefits for women –so checkout these top five reasons...
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  9. Can the Body Produce Essential Fatty Acids?

    Can the Body Produce Essential Fatty Acids?
    The human body is amazing because it can produce or synthesize most of the different fats it needs from your diet with two exceptions: linolenic (omega-3) and linoleic (omega-6) acids. These essential fatty acids are essential to everyday function and any deficiency can lead to serious health problems. The one thing many health issues have in common is inflammation, according...
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  10. Six Ways Your Health Suffers When You Stop Working Out

    Six Ways Your Health Suffers When You Stop Working Out
    It takes time to build up your fitness level as part of a regular training program, but unfortunately it doesn't take long at all to lose those health benefits after falling off the rails or “detraining." Here's what to expect when you swap neck presses for Netflix or have stopped working out for a while. We can all think of...
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