Cholesterol Levels: Why They’re More Important Than You Think

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You’ve probably heard, “Watch your cholesterol levels!” more than you’d like. But, the fact is, your cholesterol level can determine a lot about your health and other factors you may be at high risk of developing. What is Cholesterol? Cholesterol is a fat-like substance found in all cells of the body. Your body needs it…


Inactive Teens Have Weaker Bones than Active Teens

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It’s common knowledge that inactive individuals can have a higher risk of becoming obese and developing numerous conditions, including type 2 diabetes. But did you know that inactive individuals, especially teenagers, have weaker bones than those who are physically active? Bones: Inactive Teens vs. Active Teens According to the study performed at the Vancouver Coastal…


Vitamin K: A Powerhouse Nutrient by Nicole Crane, B.S., NTP

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Imagine stopping to smell a fragrant red rose and pricking your finger on a hidden thorn. Just a minor puncture, but your body goes to work immediately to stop the bleeding and quickly seal the wound. One of the major nutrients at work is Vitamin K, discovered in the 1930s and named after the German word Koagulation. Vitamin…


Free Nutritional Consultation in Brooklyn, NY with Jerry Hickey, R.Ph

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Meet Jerry Hickey, R.Ph, InVite® Health’s Scientific Director and Pharmacist in Fort Greene, Brooklyn on Thursday, March 23, 2017 for a free nutritional consultation in-store! Jerry Hickey, R.Ph is taking his expertise into a store near you! Come meet the Scientific Director and popular radio host of InVite® Health Radio at InVite® Health’s Brooklyn, NY…


New Study Links Soy to Reduction in Breast Cancer Deaths

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Soy’s reputation is not the best; there are numerous controversies surrounding this protein-containing portion of the soy bean. But medical professionals all over the world are striking back. Many strongly disagree with its negative reputation and put the blame on the overuse of highly-processed government subsidized soy, AKA Genetically Modified. A new study is backing…