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Astaxanthin for Diabetes
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Astaxanthin for Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease that is marked by chronic high blood sugar levels and the bodies inability to properly manage blood glucose. When you have diabetes, your body either no longer produces insulin or no longer responds to it. When cells no longer r Read More

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Astaxanthin for Osteoarthritis
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Astaxanthin for Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA), a common degenerative disorder affecting more than 240 million people, is a primary cause of disability. The disease is strongly age-dependent and is characterized by increased destructive alteration of articular cartilage, synov Read More

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ValAsta for Inflammation
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ValAsta for Inflammation

Sam Shepherd with ValAsta Explains the damage of Chronic Inflammation Read More

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Anti-tumor Effects of ValAsta on Glioblastoma
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Anti-tumor Effects of ValAsta on Glioblastoma

Glioblastoma is one of the most lethal types of brain tumor; it arises from glial cells. The standard treatment for glioblastoma is a combination of chemotherapy and radiotherapy following the surgical removal of tumor tissue. However, glioblastomas Read More

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8 BINDERS FOR MYCOTOXINS
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8 BINDERS FOR MYCOTOXINS

After a positive Organic Acids Test and MycoTOX Profile, the presence of mold and mycotoxins are usually significant answers for many symptomatic clients. When working with mycotoxicosis, choosing the correct binder can present a challenge.  Oftenti Read More

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6 Ways to Calm Anxiety Naturally
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6 Ways to Calm Anxiety Naturally

“Children with autism are at higher risk for anxiety and depression than the general population. Nutrition can help prevent and manage anxiety, especially when targeting the root cause.” Read More

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5 Ways to Treat Iron Deficiency in Autism
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5 Ways to Treat Iron Deficiency in Autism

Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency worldwide, affecting more than 25% of the population [1]. Iron is an essential mineral that is a vital component of our red blood cells and enables us to transport oxygen to our cells via hemo Read More

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