By Dr. Mercola
Most people want to live a long, healthy life. If that’s something you aspire to, you’d be well advised to keep a careful eye on your insulin sensitivity. It is perhaps one of the best markers for limiting your risk for degenerative diseases that will take you out prematurely.
A breakthrough nutritional study conducted at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont and published in PLoS ONE has found that just 248mg of magnesium per day leads to an astounding reversal of depression symptoms in study subjects.
Por el Dr. Mercola
¿Acaso sabía que la energía de la Tierra puede ayudarlo a llevar una vida más saludable? El simple acto de caminar descalzo lo denominamos como earthing o grounding.
Para isso, pesquisadores compararam os efeitos de diferentes proteínas nas populações de bactérias dos intestinos de camundongos
By Dr. Mercola
Mounting research drives home the importance of animal-based omega-3 fats for heart health. After reviewing this topic carefully, I am convinced that maintaining a healthy level of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) may be one of the most important food priorities.
Las bacterias parecen influenciar la salud y enfermedad humanas de dos formas básicas. Se ha relacionado la excesiva cantidad de algunas bacterias con la enfermedad, mientras que otros microbios están involucrados activamente en la prevención de ciertas enfermedades
It may surprise you but inflammation is the connection between your good health and many terrible illnesses.
One super-powerful antioxidant can help you gain control over the silent killer of inflammation.
Over the past few years, vitamin D has been touted as a major player in overall health and wellness. Researchers have connected low vitamin D status to several chronic illnesses, including autoimmune disorders, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cognitive disorders, cancer, obesity, and more. Due to a variety of factors, including increased time spent indoors and more sunscreen use, the natural synthesis of vitamin D is reduced for most people, leading to a higher risk of deficiency or insufficiency. With such compelling research continually presented, the medical community quickly jumped on board, making it more common to screen for vitamin D status as part of preventative health measures and advising patients to supplement with vitamin D. From what I have been reading, the next vitamin to receive similar attention will be vitamin K.
It’s been nearly two dozen centuries since Hippocrates, the “Father of Western Medicine,” walked the Earth; yet his famous quote, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food,” rings truer than ever.