The Role of Genetic Testing Why do we run genetic tests? The purpose of genetic tests is to evaluate the main genes supporting the major functions of life, and if necessary, recommend nutritional options that have been researched to support these genes. For pathological diseases such as breast cancer, BRCA1, BRCA2, and ER2 genes are […]More
Leptin, a recently discovered hormone, regulates body weight by suppressing food intake and/or increasing energy expenditure. Leptin is a very powerful and influential hormone produced by fat cells. Science has discovered that leptin is the most powerful metabolic regulator that tells your brain whether you should be hungry, eat and make more fat. Basically, leptin […]More
There are multiple ways to address autoimmune conditions including leaky gut syndrome. Mainstream medical processes consist of medications, management with no true long-term solution other than dosage increases. For most people with autoimmune conditions or, those who think they may have one, this is not your only choice. Individuals whose tissues are irreversibly destroyed by […]More
Often it is cheaper to find a supplement and then go search out a better deal online. Why not? It’s human nature not to overpay. However, for the minute amount of money you save there is enough evidence to prove it isn’t worth risking your health when making that decision. Gary Collins, a former FDA […]More
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