The Threat on your Plate: Salt may Increase Diabetes Risk

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Diabetes is a vicious and life-threatening disease. It is a condition where your blood sugar is continuously and seriously elevated. The excess circulating blood sugar is very destructive, inflaming tissues in the heart and circulation, the eyes, brain, kidneys and nerve tissue. Type 1 diabetes refers to an autoimmune disease that attacks and destroys the…


Cocoa Also Supports Your Gut, Not Just Your Brain

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Trillions of bacteria live in our gut – both healthy and unhealthy. When the body has more unhealthy bacteria than healthy bacteria, it can cause digestive problems such as bloating and gassiness. Research has shown that balanced levels of “good” bacteria is needed for proper digestion and overall health. A new study says that cocoa…


Collagen Explained: Not All Are Created Equal

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Collagen is the most abundant protein in our bodies. It is found in our bones, skin, nails, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Think of Collagen simply as the ‘glue’ that holds us together. While our bodies naturally produce Collagen, by the time we hit age 25, the rate at which it is produced decreases at a…


How InVite® Health Leads the Industry

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“I have the simplest of tastes. I am always satisfied with the best.” -Oscar Wilde From jewelry to vitamins, choosing which product is the best for you can be an overwhelming experience. Most customers will choose to purchase the cheapest products because they found a generic vitamin in their supermarket that does not leave their…


Winter is Coming: Can L-Carnitine Keep You Warm?

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A common complaint of older adults is their inability to stay warm, as they are more sensitive to the cold. New research has found that L-carnitine may be able to jump-start the body’s central heating. Say goodbye to your snuggie! Conducted at the University of Utah Health in Salt Lake City, a study using mice…