The warmer weather is finally here and this means one thing: getting outside. We all tend to hibernate when it’s snowy, cold, and rainy but as soon as the bright blue sky and sunshine return, we’re all itching to get out and get moving.Read More
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Autoimmune diseases are becoming more and more common. The incidences of people being diagnosed with autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s Disease, Grave’s Disease, lupus, Sjögren’s syndrome, and type 1 diabetes are on the rise. While the exact known causes of these autoimmune diseases is hard to define, we do know that these diseases are all linked to an over-active immune system.Read More
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.
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
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
Cancer. A word no one wants to hear or think about. But the reality is that someone you know will receive a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime. This is why reading Chapter 4 in The Patient’s Guide to AHCC is vital.
It’s cold and flu season so it only makes sense that we get into Chapter 3 of The Patient’s Guide to AHCC, titled: Colds, Flus, and Other Infections. No one wants to deal with a cold, flu, or other serious infection. Especially since we’re often told to “wait it out” or “let it run its course” - good news is that there is a better way – to avoid the flus, colds, and infections all together.Read More
As you know, the AHCC Research team is committed to giving you the information and tools you need to make smart informed decisions about your health and wellness. This is why we have written a free and detailed guide about AHCC.Read More
Our team here at AHCC Research is focused on one thing: your health and wellness. We want you to feel at your best so you can live your best life possible. We want to empower you with the knowledge you need to make clear and informed decisions about your health and wellness.Read More