Nearly 4 percent of adults are affected by gout, which can harm joints if left untreated (1). Since diet and lifestyle are important factors for managing this painful problem, it’s important to talk to your doctor before you make any big changes, such as starting a new eating plan or losing weight.
Good nutrition is important for everybody, but it plays a unique role in supporting women’s health. Unfortunately, many women are at risk of falling short on key nutrients for protecting long-term health, especially nutrients that support strong bones and a healthy heart.
More than 43 million adults are affected by low bone mass, a risk factor for developing osteoporosis or suffering fractured bones later in life. Nutrition is part of protecting strong bones, but bone-building exercises are just as critical.
Athletes have used creatine as an extra competitive edge for over two decades. But new research suggests creatine’s benefits reach far beyond athletic performance. Currently, this vital substrate for cellular energy is being investigated for its beneficial effects on the brain, aging, and even bones (1).
Calcium is one of the most important minerals in the body, necessary to support the function and structure of bones and teeth, as well as a multitude of metabolic functions.
If you haven’t heard, the health benefits of Vitamin D are HUGE! Vitamin D is important not only in bone metabolism and calcium homeostasis, but also now has shown to be supportive for cellular health, [...]
Trainer: Dr. Paul Anderson If your joints hurt, you need to listen to this podcast. Many Americans have a hard time imagining a life without physical discomfort. For those chronically affected, joint [...]
Vitamin D supplementation during winter months helps keep you healthy. Dark mornings and early sunsets aren’t just reminders that fall and winter are coming. They also mean it’s time to rebuild vitamin D [...]
Good dietary sources of calcium include dairy products such as milk, yogurt, and cheese in addition to spinach, kale, and calcium-fortified foods like orange juice and cereals. Unfortunately most people shy away from calcium-rich foods [...]
Ageless Essentials with Product B fills nutritional gaps and supports overall health. How many days per week do you eat five fruits and vegetables? Did you consume two servings of fish last week? [...]