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The Best Metabolic Syndrome Diet

We are facing a pandemic of metabolic syndrome in the West, where more than a third of adults now has the condition and is in dire need of the undisputed first-line treatment: adherence to a metabolic syndrome diet and lifestyle changes. Without diet and lifestyle changes, reversal of metabolic syndrome … Read More

PCOS Natural Treatment with Inositol and NAC

Are you one of the up to 20% of reproductive-aged women currently suffering from polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)?[1] PCOS is one of the most common hormonal diseases. It is a multifaceted disease with a complex set of metabolic and hormonal abnormalities, including high testosterone, failure to ovulate, and insulin resistance.[2] … Read More

Are Potatoes Healthy? New Study Finds an Alarming Risk

Potatoes are a perpetually controversial food. They can be part of healthy, whole-foods diet (such as vegetarian, Paleo, or Mediterranean), but they also have a dark side. When researchers from Harvard’s School of Public Health sought to answer the age old question, “Are potatoes healthy?” they found that potatoes—especially French … Read More

The Best Breakfast for Diabetics

If you are living with type 2 diabetes, you are probably all too familiar with the ups and downs of blood sugar. Controlling your blood sugar can be difficult when you have diabetes, but simple lifestyle changes can go a long way in making things easier. Making conscious decisions about … Read More

Top 5 Insulin Resistance Symptoms

An enormous number of peer-reviewed, published studies reveal that insulin resistance is a major health problem. Insulin resistance symptoms, such as abdominal weight gain and excessive hunger, may be the first signals that your body’s metabolism is no longer functioning properly. Since insulin resistance is a key factor underlying practically … Read More

How to Increase Fertility Naturally in Women

Infertility affects approximately 10-15% of reproductive-aged couples. It is defined as the failure to conceive (regardless of cause) after 1 year of unprotected intercourse. Infertility is caused by male and/or female factors. Male and female factors each account for approximately 35% of cases, while another 20% of cases are believed … Read More

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