Ah February. For many of us this is a tough month. The highs of the holiday season are over, New Year resolutions are a thing of the past and now we’re faced with some grim weather. Rain, sleet, fog, short days, darkness, snow, ice, lack of sunlight - this is February.
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Rheumatoid arthritis. Lupus. Crohn’s Disease. Ulcerative colitis. Multiple sclerosis. Type 1 diabetes. Guillain-Barre syndrome. Psoriasis. Graves’ disease. Vacultiis. Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Myasthenia gravis. Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy.Read More
It’s a brand new year. So many of us look to the New Year as way to hit the refresh button and make major changes. These changes can include exercising more, finding a new job, paying off debt, or making efforts to reduce your screen time. All of these changes are excellent.The thing to remember though with making and expecting big change from yourself (and your family) is the stress that comes with it. There is such a thing as good stress. This is the stress that helps you feel motivated and ready for action. But for most of us, this good stress is overshadowed and overpowered by negative stress. Read More
Ah December, this wonderful month is packed with family, friends, holidays, trips, and special memories. You’re likely just catching your breath from Thanksgiving and are now getting ready for a packed month of festivities.Read More
The liver is one of the most important organs we have. In fact, of all the organs in our body, the liver has the longest list of responsibilities.When it comes to our health and well-being, most of us don’t automatically think of our liver. This is why today, we want to remind you of how vital your liver is to your health, wellness, and longevity.Read More
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and we want to make sure you have the tools and knowledge you need to live a long healthy life.Read More
“If we fail to address this problem quickly and comprehensively, antimicrobial resistance will make providing high-quality universal healthcare coverage more difficult if not impossible. It will undermine sustainable food production. And it will put the sustainable development goals in jeopardy.”Read More
We’ll be the first to admit that there is a lot of information and detail in The Patient’s Guide to AHCC. This is exactly why we wrote Chapter 8 as a question and answer section, so that you can find the answers you need to learn more about AHCC.
Because this chapter contains some key questions, we won’t give you a super detailed summary here. Instead we suggest you to turn to page 67 of The Patient’s Guide to AHCC and read the questions and answers included there.
Now that you have read about the research surrounding the use of AHCC and its benefits, you likely want to know how to best take this nutritional supplement. In this post, we’ll answer all of your questions about taking AHCC. To read the full details on this important topic, turn to Chapter 7 in The Patient’s Guide to AHCC.Read More
Chronic diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, liver disease and others are becoming more and more common. The numbers released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that in the United States, the rates of diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and liver disease are on the rise. This is why it’s very important for you to read and understand the research behind Chapter 6 in The Patient’s Guide to AHCC.Read More