Have you been searching for they keys to a healthy and long life? Biohackers are leading the charge in discovering the secrets to optimal health and longevity. Discover the five steps that are helping people unlock these secrets to a better life.
Coenzyme Q10 is emerging as a power player among antioxidants, supporting our health and even possibly having an impact on reversing heart disease and other chronic conditions, including kidney disease, Parkinson’s disease, migraines, diabetes, muscular dystrophy, and gum disease.
Anxiety and depression are epidemics. Antidepressants don't work for everyone. It’s time to consider alternatives to antidepressants and discover how these five biotypes of depression play a factor in suffering and healing.
In order to understand how hydrogen water impacts sleep, we first need to understand some of the key reasons why our sleep suffers, and then we need to break down the benefits of both the molecular hydrogen and the highly bioavailable magnesium delivered in the tablets.
Metformin, a "wonder drug" that was approved by the FDA in 1995, is best known for its reputation as a treatment for Type 2 diabetes. It’s also showing promise for helping people struggling to lose weight, with a connection between metformin and weight loss being found in many cases.
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These lectin-reducing techniques may help reduce various health problems. Whether you are overly stressed, eating a poor diet, or have chronic conditions, reducing lectins is a step in the right direction.
Because sleep is such a vital component of our health, HoneyColony is offering 10 tips to improve this critical function (restorative sleep) without pharmaceuticals.
When deciding between different low-carb sweeteners, there are four main questions you should be asking: Is it natural or artificial; Is it safe, and what are any potential side effects; What impact does it have on blood sugar and/or ketone levels; And most importantly, does it taste good?
As with many things in the nutritional world, lectins are not fully understood. Research, however, indicates that they have a way of disrupting our bodies. As a defense mechanism crafted by Mother Nature, lectins are doing their job, but when consumed to excess, there is strong evidence that they can cause havoc. In other words, it's possible that lectins are really bad for you if you aren't careful about how you consume them.
Studies have shown that sexual dysfunction is more common among women than men, and that 50 percent of women report issues with staying wet naturally. So what happens when your lady parts don’t behave the way you want them to? Why do some women have a hard time getting wet?