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Antioxidants

We all feel it as we age: our joints are starting to be less limber, and we feel more joint pain. It might be due to heavy use, like knee joint pain. Or it might be a joint we used, but never stretched or paid care to, like hip joint pain. But it comes for […]

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At some point, you’ve probably seen or heard how vision works—sometimes, the eye is “too long” or “too short” and doesn’t focus the things you’re looking at correctly (causing nearsightedness and farsightedness, respectively). But there’s more to vision than eye shape! Age, diet, sun, stress, and more can cause vision impairment—even heart health is a […]

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With tick bites on the rise and Lyme Disease spreading west, it’s important to talk about aspects of the disease other than prevention, like Post-treatment Lyme Disease Syndrome (PTLDS). Formerly known as Chronic Lyme Disease, researchers are trying to figure out how to combat PTLDS, which affects 10% of Lyme Disease patients. One lead? Fighting […]

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Sunglasses aren’t just for your comfort—and their protecting you from more than you think. Over summer and everyday it’s important to protect and support your eye health! Start with sunglasses, then incorporate antioxidant rich foods (or a supplement) into your diet. Did you know your eyes can get sunburned? I bet as a kid (if […]

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Protect Your Liver

January 22, 2019

Hepatitis isn’t the big cause of liver disease anymore—poor diet is. Worst of all, symptoms may be silent. Fatty liver disease rates are rising amongst both American adults and children. Diets high in added sugars and fat are silently fueling fatty liver disease. Fatty liver disease raises the risk for heart problems, type-2 diabetes, and […]

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