The secret? Glutathione.
Dubbed the “mother of all antioxidants,” glutathione is considered to be a critical, life-giving molecule. Our ability to produce and maintain a high level of glutathione is vital in the improvement of our immune system, the prevention of diseases, the recovery from chronic illnesses, and the …Read more
Forget about holiday seasonal guilt and raising a glass (or three) to ring in the new year. New research suggests that you needn’t lock away the bottles for the rest of the year.
Moderate alcohol consumption has its benefits; it can protect you from heart disease and reduce your risk of strokes and gallstones.
A team of researchers at the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) decided to dig deeper into the positive impact of alcohol. The team’s findings show …Read more
Old Man Winter can be deadly. We all like to complain about the cold weather, the sidewalks that haven’t been cleared, and the need for cumbersome bulky layers of clothing and thick-soled boots. Some of us remember soldiering through five miles of high snow drifts to get to school (that tale never gets old). And when the holiday festivities are over, there’s a long stretch of those short, dark days to get through.
In fact, winter is the season when …Read more
Now more than ever, we are obsessed with ‘cleanliness’. Although cleanliness is traditionally thought to be a healthy attribute, modern medicine is now beginning to change it’s tune with the “Hygiene Hypothesis.” The Hygiene Hypothesis not only claims that a bit of dirt could be good for you, but also raises concerns that all these years of obsessive hygiene could actually be responsible for our declining states of health.
Before you pump out another squirt of that antibacterial hand sanitizer, …Read more