Serum potassium is an electrolyte that is key to proper hydration, and high or low level serum potassium can be a sign of an underlying health issue. Read on to learn more about serum potassium levels and the factors that affect them.
Glucocorticoid receptors help the body determine how to respond to the “stress hormones” including cortisol. Poor response to these hormones can lead to anxiety, inflammation, and other health issues, and could be a result of poor glucocorticoid receptor function. Learn how to tell if this could be at the root of your health issues and what you can do about it below.
Malic acid is a weak carboxylic acid. It is an important intermediate in many biochemical cycles and is also involved in energy production. Supplementation of malic acid has been reported to reduce the symptoms of persistent fatigue and arthritis-like pains as well as aid in exercise recovery.
Creatinine is an indicator of kidney function. In this article, we discuss how it is produced, disposed of, as well as why it is an important indicator of kidney disease or kidney reduced function.
Optimizing Retinoic Acid Receptors (RARs) function can help you fix leaky gut, lose weight, fix insulin resistance and heal from autoimmune diseases. Read this post to learn about 13 positive and negative effects of RAR activation, and ways to improve them.
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is a naturally occurring sulfur compound stored in every cell of the body. It helps the hair, skin, and nails grow faster, softer and stronger apart from improving neurological functions and reducing pain. Continue to read to know the other benefits of this supplement and why it is essential for you!
Potassium is essential for preventing strokes, building muscles, breaking down carbs, maintaining body growth and most importantly maintaining fluid balance in the body. Continue to read more about the various other health benefits of this macromineral!
Apple Polyphenols have various health benefits on Inflammation, Heart diseases, and Cancer. Much of these benefits can be obtained especially when you have your apple with its skin on! Continue reading to know the various health benefits of this dietary polyphenol.
Retinoid X receptors (RXRs) promote genetic pathways that fight cancer and promote skin health when active. Read below to learn more.
B. coagulans is a promising probiotic that can lower insulin levels, improve cholesterol, IBS, and arthritis. This bacterium was recently shown to stimulate muscle recovery in athletes.
Cissus Quadrangularis a native to India has been used for ages in Ayurvedic medicine to heal broken bones injured ligaments and tendons. Experimental studies have shown that it regulates hormones, helps weight control and also improves blood health.
Diindolylmethane (DIM) is a natural substance found in vegetables like broccoli, cabbage, and cauliflower. Sold as a supplement this compound is thought to provide various health benefits and is currently studied for its potent anti-cancer properties!
For much of history, high levels of intense daily exercise was probably a necessary requirement for human survival (R). However, in most industrialized countries the necessity for physical activity to sustain life is declining. As a result, we are seeing a decline in physical fitness in many of these populations.
The purpose of this article is to explore the scientific literature to uncover the role that physical activity plays in the maintenance of good health and the avoidance of chronic disease. We will also discuss what sorts of exercise are best, and why, for some people, exercise may not be a great option.