Superfoods Live Longer

Seven Superfoods to Live Longer

By Health Blog | October 17, 2017

Seven Superfoods to Live Longer

Vitamin D deficiency and mental health in kids

Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Behavioral Issues Among Adolescents?

By Jeff T. Bowles | October 17, 2017

  Vitamin D is a hormone that controls over a thousand genes. It makes bones strong and healthy. It also…

Vitamin D Importance

Why is vitamin D important?

By Grassroots Health | October 16, 2017

GrassroosHealth summarized many different research papers into one chart in order to explain why vitamin D levels are critical to disease prevention

UVB Reduce Risk Parkinsons

UVB LIGHT IS ASSOCIATED WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE RISK, ACCORDING TO STUDY

By Vitamin D Council | October 12, 2017

Recently, a study published by the journal Environmental Research found that increased UVB exposure was associated with a reduced risk of developing Parkinson’s disease among individuals under the age of 70 years.

Vitamin D and Whey Protein for Stronger Muscles in Older Males

By Jeff T. Bowles | October 11, 2017

  Older individuals need their nutritional requirements met. This includes the need for vitamin D and protein for muscle and bone…

Spinach Brain Health

Spinach Can Help Improve Cognitive Fitness

By Health Blog | October 7, 2017

Although kale and spinach are well known for helping to boost physical fitness, according to a study they could also help improve cognitive fitness

Vitamin D helps reduce fibromyalgia pain

Vitamin D Helps Reduce Fibromyalgia Pain

By Jeff T. Bowles | October 4, 2017

  Fibromyalgia is a chronic neurological illness that causes widespread, intermittent pain and tenderness. It is mostly common in women…

Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Female Infertility?

By Jeff T. Bowles | October 3, 2017

  The role of Vitamin D in one’s health extends far more than just keeping the bones and teeth healthy.…

10 Ways to Lose Belly Fat

10 Proven Ways To Help Reduce Stubborn Belly Fat

By Health Blog | October 2, 2017

Moderate exercise

According to research, reducing the size of abdominal fat cells takes more than just cutting calories. Results from a five-year study show that exercise should be added to the equation. Moderate amounts of exercise alone can reduce the inflammation in belly fat, even without a change in diet. Exercise also helps to prevent re-gaining abdominal fat after weight loss.

Leaky Gut Weight Gain

The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers in ‘Healthy’ Foods That Cause Disease and Weight Gain

By Joseph Mercola | October 1, 2017

The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers in ‘Healthy’ Foods That Cause Disease and Weight Gain