How to Get Back on Track after the Holidays

The Holiday season is a joyous time for friends and family to come together and celebrate some of the most important things in life; health, happiness, togetherness, family and love. There is one thing that goes along with this time of year that might not be so good for us, holiday food, and lots of Read More

There is no cure for Chron’s Disease but Supplementation can Reduce Symptoms

Chron’s Disease is a chronic bowel disorder that causes inflammation in the gastrointestinal system from the mouth to the anus. There are five different types of Chron’s disease that affect different areas of the body and each sufferer in a unique way. This disease can lead to vitamin deficiencies, severe stomach pains, diarrhea, and fever. Read More

Fatigue Associated with Cancer can Last for Years After Treatment

Up to 33% of Breast Cancer Survivors Have Reported Fatigue Persisting Following Treatment   Amount the most common complaints of cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy or radiation are are fatigue, nausea, vomiting, malaise, diarrhea and headaches. These adverse effects are thought to be due to damage of normal tissues during the course of therapy. There have Read More

Help Your Health and Restore Energy Levels

Propax Gold with NT Factor is a complete food based nutritional system that contains; vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, healthy bacteria and glycophospholipids.  Vitamins and minerals support your overall health and function of your body systems, antioxidants neutralize the damaging chemical reactions produced by free radicals and the unique blend of glycophospholipids repair the damage to your Read More

Smart Youthful Energy Shot, No Herbs or Stimulants

One two-ounce Smart Youthful Energy Shot has been shown to reduce fatigue in as little as 15 minutes!  Smart Youthful Energy contains our clinically proven fatigue reducing formula, NT Factor. The food and food extract based formula contains glycophospholipds that reduce fatigue by maintaining the health of your cells. Fatigue is caused when the lipids Read More

Are you feeling fatigued? Do everyday tasks require significant effort to compete?

Obtain relief from fatigue Are you feeling fatigued? Do everyday tasks require significant effort to compete? You are not alone. Fatigue is a natural side effect of aging, many degenerative diseases and medical treatments. Fatigue can also be caused by environmental stresses. No matter the orientation of your fatigue, the source of it is the Read More

Pre-Diabetes Metabolic Syndrome, Type 2 Diabetes and Mitochondrial Function

By Prof. Garth L. Nicolson Department of Molecular Pathology, The Institute for Molecular Medicine, Huntington Beach, California  www.immed.org Type 2 Diabetes develops from a pre-Diabetes condition called Metabolic Syndrome (MetSynd).  MetSynd is present in over 22% of the adult U.S. population, and it is made up of several interrelated disturbances of sugar and lipid metabolism.  Read More

Cancer-Associated Fatigue: Finally an answer

By Prof. Garth Nicolson Department of Molecular Pathology, The Institute for Molecular Medicine, Huntington Beach, California The following is taken from an invited platform presentation entitled “Lipid Replacement Therapy: a Nutraceutical Approach for Reducing Cancer-Associated Fatigue and the Adverse Effects of Cancer Therapy” presented at the 2nd International Symposium on Cancer Fatigue held on October Read More

Why Should We Reduce Our Dependency on Prescription Drugs or Products Containing Caffeine, Sugar and Other Additives?

Pharmaceutical drugs typically contain chemicals that are not natural to the body. If we can treat our bodies naturally, and it works, isn’t it always better? Of course! The problem is that many patients are on multiple prescriptions for pharmaceutical drugs that may not be in the best combinations for your health. Also, many so-called Read More

Your Guide to Stop Fatigue

Every day, 2.2 million Americans complain of being tired. Most of us chalk it up to having too much to do and not enough time to do it in, especially during extra-busy periods. But often the true culprits are our everyday habits: what we eat, how we sleep, and how we cope emotionally. Read on Read More