Insulin Resistance: 10 Ways To Stabilize Blood Sugar

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GlyNAC Supplementation Extends Life Span in Mice

Glynac Supplementation Extends Life Span in Mice “Just like a car is subject to wear and tear over many years of use, limiting how long it works well, the natural aging process can progressively deteriorate the body and limit lifespan,” said Rajagopal Sekhar. For over two decades, Sekhar has studied natural aging in older humans…

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Amaranth, The Superfood Grain That Could Even Be Better Than Quinoa

From rice to oats, grains are tried-and-true pantry staples. The only problem? It can be easy to get stuck in a rut, especially if you tend to buy grains in bulk. If this sounds familiar, consider adding Amaranth to your shopping list. It’s earthy, nutty, and wonderfully versatile, making it perfect for shaking up your…

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How to tame your hunger hormone

Hunger is often seen as the enemy and therefore by association the hunger hormone, ghrelin, is demonised and ostracized. The name Ghrelin doesn’t do itself any favours though, as it sounds like a gremlin. The Oxford dictionary even defined gremlins as: In early use: a lowly or despised person; a menial, a dogsbody, a wretch…

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The Benefits of Maca and Cacao

Maca Here are a few reasons why I use raw maca root powder every day! Lepidium meyenii (maca) is a Peruvian plant of the Brassicaceae family cultivated for more than 2000 years, which grows exclusively in the central Andes between 4000 and 4500 m altitude. Maca is used as a food supplement and also for its…

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Nootropics and Sports Nutrition for the weekend warrior

Nootropics, including BCAAs and botanicals, can help weekend warriors meet their athletic and cognitive competitive goals. Paul H. Falcone | Jun 03, 2019 Nootropics are compounds that improve cognitive function, and in some cases, brain health. They have been gaining buzz lately, which is not surprising since we are all striving to work harder and…

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How to Make A Resolution Stick

Why do we make New Year’s resolutions? Because they work, right? If you laughed when you read that, you’re not alone.  Just because we make a resolution on January 1st doesn’t automatically mean it will stick. In fact, more often than not those New Year’s resolutions tend to fall off some time around … well,…

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Hack the Holidays

The holidays are approaching  and many will indulge, skip workouts, be stressed and gain weight during this jolly season. You don’t have to be one of them. Instead of denying yourself the fun of holiday treats, or beating yourself up for indulging in them afterward, allow yourself to splurge when it’s really worth it. Here…

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How to Make A Comeback—Even If It’s Been a While

  Most competitive athletes, no matter their age, can recall a defining personal athletic moment: sprinting across the finish line ahead of the field; dodging epic tackles to score the winning touchdown; swishing an unbelievable three-pointer at the buzzer. You got up early, practiced hard and stayed late. You slept well and ate right because…

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