Iodine is an essential element that is used in many biological processes. Benefits of nascent iodine supplementation include support for thyroid, metabolism & cognitive function.
Caffeine-free pre-workouts are a great choice for those who are sensitive to caffeine or have trouble sleeping, but still want the increased focus and performance boost.
The Blue Zones diet is designed to help you live a longer, healthier life. While it may not be specifically designed to help you lose weight, it can lead to weight loss over time if you follow it correctly.
Is there any research that suggests that Konjac root works as a natural weight-loss supplement? Does it have side effects? Is it safe?
Dietary calcium absorption is important for maintaining strong bones and teeth and preventing many health problems. We look at the research on how to improve calcium absorption.
Some research has linked dairy consumption with increased risk of hypertension – but the research is far from conclusive.
Why do some people think that dairy might cause breast cancer? Is it prudent to avoid dairy out of cancer concerns?
Flaxseed is a nutritious seed that offers a range of health benefits. Studies have shown numerous benefits to heart health related to falx consumption.
The glycemic index diet for weight loss is a plan that ranks foods according to how much they raise blood sugar levels. But does this work for weight loss?
Both fish oil & flaxseed oil offer a variety of health benefits, but which has the most benefits? We look at heart, brain, and skin health.
Green tea is known for its health benefits, including weight loss. But do green tea fat burners really work? Green tea may help you lose weight in two ways.
When it comes to weight loss, incorporating soluble fiber into your diet is a great way to reduce your appetite and keep yourself feeling fuller for longer. But which fiber is the best for weight loss?
Salt is believed to increase blood pressure for those that are already diagnosed with hypertension. So which salt is the best for people with high blood pressure?