The Benefits of Coffee on National Coffee Day

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Other than water, tea and coffee are the most consumed beverages in the world. It may seem like a cat and mouse game when it comes to studies on coffee; one week a study is published about how bad coffee is for your body and the next week a new study is praising its health…


Hispanic Heritage Month: Health Spotlight

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Hispanic Heritage Month, the 30-day period between September 15 and October 15, was created under President Lyndon Johnson to celebrate the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. According to the Library of Congress’ National Hispanic Heritage Month’s website, “The day of…


Meet InVite’s Six Newest Experts!

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The InVite® Health team includes dedicated and highly certified experts – Nutritionists, Naturopathic Doctors and Pharmacists – who are always available to guide you on your journey to your best health. Every InVite® Health retail store has a nutrition specialist and expert available to assist you. We provide FREE nutritional consultations from our professional staff…


New Study: Early Exposure to Mercury Blocks Effects of Exercise on the Brain

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According to new research funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), part of the National Institutes of Health, cognitive function improves with aerobic exercise, but not for people exposed to high levels of mercury before birth. This is one of the first studies to examine how methylmercury exposure in the womb may…


New Study: Exercise May Reduce Cancer Risk Brought on by Alcohol

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According to the CDC, nearly 90 percent of Americans report drinking alcohol during their lifetimes, and more than half of adults say they have consumed alcohol in the past month. However, more than half of American adults also do not exercise. A new study suggests exercising regularly (moderately or vigorously) may offset some of the…