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

How to Stay on Track with a Healthy Lifestyle During the Holidays

Do you indulge during the Holiday season and then pledge to return to healthy eating and lifestyle choices at the New Year? What if you were able to keep up with good habits during the Holiday season, would you? Use These Tips for STAYING on Track with Your Healthy Eating and Exercise Habits During the Read More

Do you pack on the pounds in the colder months?

Fiber is a great way to stay in shape and there is the added benefit of heart and gastrointestinal heatlh! Be sure to consume plenty of fiber, at least 14 grams per day, for a trim waist year round. A 2006 Bastyr University study found that participants who routinely consumed at least 14 grams of Read More

High Fat Foods Damage Body Cells, Contribute to Obesity and Can Lead to Metabolic Syndrome, Type 2 Diabetes and Heart Disease

A recent University of Michigan Health System study highlights the dangers of a high fat diet. High-fat foods can contribute to obesity, which increases the risk for developing type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Free fatty acids from foods are stored in body fat and are also linked to the onset and progression of inflammation 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

Healthy Curb is a Proven Weight Loss Method

60-Day Trial on Healthy Curb with NT Factor Proves Weight Loss is Possible Being overweight can also contribute to fatigue from the added stress and requirements of the body. Exercise and a healthy diet are usually the first recommendations for someone trying to lose weight, but it is not always the right course of action. 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

Are You at Risk for Diabetes

The American Heart Association recognizes Metabolic Syndrome as a growing concern.  According to the AHA the following are several of the symptoms, causes and possible treatment for Metabolic Syndrome. What is the metabolic syndrome? The metabolic syndrome is characterized by a group of metabolic risk factors in one person. They include: Abdominal obesity (excessive fat tissue Read More