In the United States, over 30 million adults are living with diabetes. Every year, 1.5 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes. Over 84 million Americans over the age of 18 have been diagnosed with prediabetes. Death from diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States
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There is no denying that regular exercise is a cornerstone of a healthy lifestyle. Exercise, like eating a balanced diet, getting adequate sleep, not smoking, and trying to minimize stress are all important pieces of the healthy lifestyle puzzle.Read More
You are what you consume. If you put not-so-great things in your body, not-so-great things are likely to happen to your health and immunity. However, if you put the best foods, ingredients, and supplements in your body, the best is likely to happen.
There is lots of buzz about your immune system. From articles about boosting your immune system to eating for immune system strength to how to keep your immune system healthy – there is so much information that it can be overwhelming.
Our goal at AHCC Research is to provide you with all the information we can about building and maintaining a healthy immune system. All too often we meet people who are suffering from a disease or illness but have no access to important information about immune system health. Our mission is to change this by providing you with easily accessible information on immune health through our regular blog posts and website devoted to AHCC and your immune system.
With the warm weather right around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about Lyme Disease. We don’t want to scared you, but based on last year’s numbers and the continued changes in climate, the risks of Lyme Disease are on the rise.Read More
March is a long month. Although we may feel like spring is right around the corner, the reality is that we have a lengthy month ahead of us before we start to see the emergence of spring weather. This time of year can be hard for everyone. Shorter days, less sunlight, challenging travel and road conditions, cold air, gloomy rain and snow, the let-down after the busy holiday period – all of this can add up to very challenging times.Read More
Heart disease can happen to anyone at any age. What used to be considered a health concern exclusively for older adults is now forging deep impacts across all ages. Frankly this is the product of our own lifestyle choices.Read More
It’s likely that you or someone you know is suffering or recovering from the flu. We are not exaggerating- we are in the midst of a flu epidemic in the United States. According to recent data, every state in the continental U.S. has been hit with the 2018 flu.Read More
So many of us get excited with the start of a new year and jump on the resolutions bandwagon. The heyday of January 1st is behind us now – how are your New Year’s resolutions going? If you’re like the AHCC Research team, the reality is that these resolutions are long forgotten.Read More