Tag: joint and muscle pain

What’s Really in Your “Dietary Supplements”?

Surveys have shown that a large majority of Americans are confident in the “safety, quality and effectiveness” of products marketed as “dietary supplements” (a term derived from a 1994 law that questionably grouped drug-type herbal and botanical extracts with essential vitamins and minerals). So many were shocked at the recent

Ask the EN Experts: Safety of Non-Bovine Milks; Nettle Plants

Q. Are milks from other animals, such as goat and camel, healthy?

A. All mammals—such as cows, sheep, goats, buffalo, horses, camels, and donkeys—produce milk, though we typically limit our milk-drinking to cow’s milk once we are weaned from human breast milk. However, other milks, such as

Get Hip About Your Flexors

Two of the most important muscles needed for an active life are often the most neglected: the hip flexors. “The hip flexors are in action whenever you walk, climb stairs, or stand, or participate in almost any kind of activity, such as swimming, running, cycling, or yoga,” says Daniel Salazar,

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