Iron is essential for many vital processes. However, iron deficiency can lead to anemia and several health problems. Read this post to learn about negative health effects of iron deficiency.
Nighttime blue light exposure can derange the circadian rhythm. It is a culprit behind many modern chronic health issues, including obesity, metabolic syndrome, and cancer. On the other hand, blue light exposure during the day is very beneficial. Read this post to learn how to hack your blue light exposure for your benefit.
Ginger has been revered as a culinary and medicinal spice in many traditional cultures. It is also a very powerful herb with numerous proven health benefits. Read this post to learn more about ginger and how to make the best use of ginger for your health.
AP-1 (Activating protein-1) is a transcription factor that controls various cellular processes including differentiation, proliferation, and apoptosis. These proteins were primarily considered as oncogenic, but recent studies have challenged this view. Continue to read to know more about the various effects of AP-1 on Cancer and other factors in Human health.
S. cerevisiae, also known as Brewer’s or Baker’s yeast, has great nutritional properties. It also has proven probiotic properties – it’s good for the skin and wound healing and combats various infections.
NADPH helps protect the immune system and is important in many reactions of the body. It can also increase longevity. Read more below to learn more about NADPH.
Olive oil is not only good for cooking but for our health as well. It has many benefits – it helps treat cancer, reduces heart disease risk, alleviate bone problems, and is good for the skin. Read more below to learn about its additional health benefits.
Saint John’s wort is a medicinal plant that can help treat depression, improve brain function, kill bacteria, and more. Read below to learn more about its health benefits.
L. plantarum has an astonishing amount of health benefits. This probiotic reduces anxiety, lowers both blood pressure and cholesterol, combats allergies and cancer, reduces wrinkles and improves skin hydration.
GW501516 is a chemical with many purported health benefits. It can protect the brain and heart and improve muscle growth. However, it also has its negative effects. Read more below to learn about this chemical.
Growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH) has many positive effects on the human body, especially for young adults who are suffering from growth issues. Read more below to learn about both the positives and negatives about this hormone.
For many years, coconut oil was labeled as dangerous due to its unusually high saturated fat content – coconut oil has even more saturated fat than butter. However, now that people are coming to realize that saturated fat is not inherently bad (R, R1), the health benefits of coconut oil are being re-examined. So far, the results are promising.
Coconut oil is used in many recipes in the autoimmune lectin avoidance cookbook.
In this article, we will explore the scientific research to uncover why coconut oil, in moderation, is a powerful addition to your diet and body care regimen.