Roger Clemens: A Face for Food Science

May 10
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Roger Clemens: A Face for Food Science
(NewsUSA) – Sponsored News – Roger Clemens is a scientist. He has a doctorate of public health in nutrition and biological chemistry and is an adjunct professor of pharmacology and pharmaceutical sciences at the USC School of Pharmacy’s International Center for Regulatory Science.
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Natural Health Supplements for Mental, Physical and Social Health

Apr 22
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No matter your physical condition or what stage of life you may be in, health supplements can go far to improve your overall well being. People use health supplements for one of three factors – they want to improve their mental, physical or social health.

The key to finding high quality health supplements is to search for ones which support your entire system. The “right” health supplements will be herbal/plant based. Supplements made from herbs/plants contain all of the life-affirming nutrients that the human body needs to fight disease and illness. They also work to bring greater vitality to your life because a healthy body improves self-esteem and happiness.

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Omega 3 – How Will It Benefit You?

Apr 18
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Thinking about adding Omega 3 to your daily diet? There is no doubt about Omega 3 offering benefits to a lot of people, we will get into more about that later.

The essential fatty acids in Omega 3 have long been known for their many health benefits. Many clinical studies have proven that the biggest benefits come from DHA and EPA, these fatty acids are only found in fish oils, although you would still get some health benefits when taking Omega 3 from plant sources, it is recommended that you include Omega 3 from fish oils, either from eating fatty fish at least 3 times per week, or buying an Omega 3 supplement.
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New Effort To Verify Supplement Labels

Apr 10
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There’s news that may make concerns about the safety of dietary supplements easier to swallow. While millions take them each year, many consumers don’t realize that supplements, which include vitamins, minerals and other nutritional products, are not regulated by the government as stringently as medications.

Fortunately, steps are being taken to make sure that what’s stated on the label is what’s actually contained in the product.
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Should You Supplement Your Diet With Glyconutrients?

Apr 6
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Should You Supplement Your Diet With Glyconutrients?

What are nutritional supplements? They are natural “medicines” that help us add essential nutrients to our bodies that we are not getting from the food we eat. Many supplements are not what they are meant to be and are just a waste of money. However some are good and really do what they say they will. Ambrotose is one of these nutritional supplements that does live up to its promise.
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Muscle Building – Busting Creatine Myths Wide Open

Mar 6
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Gym goers may have heard of the word CREATINE being thrown around casually in the gym. One might think that it’s an illegal substance like steroids or something like a performance enhancing drug. You’re also probably curious as to whether or not it’s safe for you, mainly because it’s surrounded by misconceptions, myths, and even a few anatomy-related horror stories.

Creatine is a dietary supplement used in conjunction with other supplements to help with muscle growth and recovery. It is known to add “pumps” to your workout, so taking creatine before your workout should have your muscles feeling tighter and harder. Read the rest of this entry »

Know about Health Supplements

Feb 27

People are usually of the impression that the body receives sufficient minerals and vitamins through their diet. However, this is not always true. It is sometimes very important to use health supplements to compensate on the deficit of vitamins and minerals.

Health supplements can be purchased from the general pharmacy stores or from the many online stores available in the World Wide Web. All you have to do is to choose the health supplement that best suits your vitamin and mineral needs. It is not only the athletes who need health supplements; people suffering from ailments need health supplements to develop a natural immunity and resistance to the ailment. The pregnant woman, lactating woman and senior citizens also need health supplements. The pregnant and lactating women need health supplements to provide themselves and their child with sufficient nutrients. Senior citizens generally reduce their food consumption with age; because of this the nutrients to the body tends to decrease. Health supplements help to compensate this deficiency. Read the rest of this entry »

Enhance Vitality with Healthy Mangosteen Nutritional Supplements

Feb 23

Mangosteen is a tropical evergreen tree from the Guttiferae family that grows primarily in Thailand, parts of India, the Malay Peninsula, and the Philippines. The tree yields a sweet, edible dark purple fruit that is parthenogenesis, meaning it doesn’t require fertilization. Besides being eaten in its natural raw state, it’s also used in jellies, jams, fruit juices, and a wide variety of mangosteen nutritional supplements. Read the rest of this entry »

The Seasons Can Affect How Your Brain Works

Feb 9
Posted by admin Filed in Guest Publisher, Health

Bright lights influence not only our internal clocks but also our production of serotonin, and in turn this causes some people to suffer from seasonal affective disorder — a gloomy winter mood cured, strangely enough, by sitting in front of a dazzling lamp. The prevalance of this disorder grows with increasing distance from the equator, University… Read the rest of this entry »

Latest Marine Phyto Plankton News

Jan 23
Posted by admin Filed in Marine Phytoplankton

Inspiring 2015 Environmental Stories
We are missing 40 percent of oxygen-bearing oceanic plants called phytoplankton — the base of the entire marine food web — from overheating oceans as a direct consequence of the climate crisis, courtesy of the $ 5.6 trillion annually subsidized fossil …
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Warming Indian Ocean may pose threat to global fisheries market: study
Phytoplankton (microscopic ocean plants) form the basis of the marine food web. A decline in phytoplankton may pose a risk to the global fisheries market, explained the study, with countries along the Indian Ocean particularly vulnerable. “We can't say …
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Ocean Acidification Affects Bacteria's Ability To Clean Oceans
Ocean acidification, which is the decrease of the pH in the Earth's oceans, has been an ongoing process that affects marine creatures and plants. Researchers found that ocean acidification caused by human emissions of carbon dioxide has a major impact …
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