Heart Disease Risk Factors and Warning Signs are Different for Men and Women

Heart disease is the leading cause of death of men and women in the United States Although the U.S Centers for Disease Control have indicated that nearly the same number of men and women die from heart attacks and other heart disease each year, most Americans perceive heart problems as a man’s disease. A recent 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

Positivity Can Benefit the Health of your Health and Overall Well Being

Ladies: Stop Talking Yourself Down, It Can Damage Your Health A recent study published in the journal Psychology of Women Quarterly shows that 93% of college-age women take part in what is being called “fat talk,” meaning that they make negative comments about the way their body looks. Making negative comments about oneself is not Read More

Arthritis Affects More Than 50 Million Americans

May is Arthritis Awareness Month There are over 100 different kinds of arthritis that affect all different parts of the body and can cause a variety of health issues. Three well- known types are Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis and Juvenile Arthritis and each can cause pain, fatigue and inflammation.  There are many diseases that do not Read More

High Homocysteine Levels Put You at Risk for Heart and Blood Vessel Disease, Stroke and Memory Loss

Can vitamin B supplementation reduce homocysteine levels, reduce your risk for blood clots and hardening arteries as well as a number of other benefits! Homocysteine is a common amino acid and a protein building block that is usually obtained by eating meat. Although it is needed by the body, high homocysteine levels have been linked Read More

CELEBRATE THE OLDER GENERATIONS: May is Older Americans Month

In 1963 President Kennedy declared May to be “Senior Citizens Month,” since then communities across the United States have been celebrating our older generations. In 1980 President Carter renamed the celebration, “Older Americans Month,” the name and tradition has grown every year since. With age comes knowledge; older generations bring with them the wisdom, experience, 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

Healthy Curb with NT Factor for Safe, Effective and Manageable Weight Loss

Healthy Curb contains the extensively researched phaselous vulgaris plus NT Factor lipids and has been proven to reduce carbohydrate and sugar cravings, block the absorption of carbohydrates and reduce fatigue associated with diet and exercise regiments. Phaselous Vulgaris is recognized by the FDA as a weight loss supplement; commonly called white kidney bean, it has Read More

Nine Tips for Healthy Eating Habits

It’s a food philosophy at Nutritional Therapeutics, Inc.  Daylight savings doesn’t just mean more hours of sunlight, it means wer’re closer to Spring and Summer. Gear up for the warm weather soon to come with these great tips on how eating with portion control can help you obtain and maintain a healthy weight. 1. Don’t Read More

Protect Against DNA Damage and Genetic Mutations

March is National Health Month, Protect your DNA Free radicals break down the lipids in our cell and mitochondrial membranes, reducing their ability to transfer and create energy and protect the contents of the cell.  When the walls of our mitochondria are attacked by free radicals, mitochondrial DNA and proteins become susceptible to oxidative stress Read More