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The Whole Food Advantage: System of Care to Address the American Health Challenge

John Troup, PhD, describes the “Great American Dietary Experiment” that has led to chronic disease states and challenges experienced by...

Video • July 8, 2019 • 11:29 min watch BookmarkBookmark PREMIUM
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Nourishing Health Care with Medically Tailored Meals

Adopting nutrition-focused medical interventions into health care could significantly reduce the monetary burden of chronic conditions in the United...

Article • May 31, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Managing Glucose Response With Bitter Nutrition

The small intestine is lined with bitter taste receptors identical to the ones on the tongue.

Video • March 13, 2019 • 1:34 min watch BookmarkBookmark

Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)

Andrew Heyman, MD, discusses chronic inflammatory response syndrome (CIRS), which is linked to abnormal proteomics and transcriptomics.

Video • February 7, 2019 • 1:02:02 min watch BookmarkBookmark

Nutritional Needs Are Central to Sarcopenia Management

In addition to appropriate physical activity to slow progression of sarcopenia, doctors also suggest that adequate nutrition can be beneficial.

Article • September 18, 2018 • 1 min read BookmarkBookmark

Environmental Exposures Linked to Compromised Health

In a new study scientists analyzed five toxic metals of hydrogeological origin and association with heart disease, coronary heart disease, and stroke.

Article • September 14, 2018 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Part 4: Immune System Series | Autoimmunity

When the immune system attacks host tissue, the results can be devastating, impacting many types of tissues and organs.

Article • January 29, 2018 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Vitamin D and Sarcopenia

There are critical dietary factors that can alter the outcome of sarcopenia, including protein, specific amino acids, and vitamin D.

Article • December 1, 2017 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

Myrrh Resin

Myrrh resin has been used in western herbal medicine particularly for mouth ulcers, gingivitis and respiratory conditions such as bronchitis.

Article • November 7, 2017 • 1 min read BookmarkBookmark

Four Powerful Superfoods

Even small changes in daily diet could improve health status and reduce the risk of chronic disease. Consider implementing superfoods into your diet.

Article • October 18, 2017 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Nourishing Health Care with Medically Tailored Meals

Adopting nutrition-focused medical interventions into health care could significantly reduce the monetary burden of chronic conditions in the United...

Article • May 31, 2019 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Nutritional Needs Are Central to Sarcopenia Management

In addition to appropriate physical activity to slow progression of sarcopenia, doctors also suggest that adequate nutrition can be beneficial.

Article • September 18, 2018 • 1 min read BookmarkBookmark

Environmental Exposures Linked to Compromised Health

In a new study scientists analyzed five toxic metals of hydrogeological origin and association with heart disease, coronary heart disease, and stroke.

Article • September 14, 2018 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Part 4: Immune System Series | Autoimmunity

When the immune system attacks host tissue, the results can be devastating, impacting many types of tissues and organs.

Article • January 29, 2018 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

Vitamin D and Sarcopenia

There are critical dietary factors that can alter the outcome of sarcopenia, including protein, specific amino acids, and vitamin D.

Article • December 1, 2017 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

Myrrh Resin

Myrrh resin has been used in western herbal medicine particularly for mouth ulcers, gingivitis and respiratory conditions such as bronchitis.

Article • November 7, 2017 • 1 min read BookmarkBookmark

Four Powerful Superfoods

Even small changes in daily diet could improve health status and reduce the risk of chronic disease. Consider implementing superfoods into your diet.

Article • October 18, 2017 • 2 min read BookmarkBookmark

The Mechanisms of Inflammatory Pain

There are three general phases associated with the experience of pain: nociception, pain perception, and the consequences of pain, like suffering.

Article • August 21, 2017 • 3 min read BookmarkBookmark

The Whole Food Advantage: System of Care to Address the American Health Challenge

John Troup, PhD, describes the “Great American Dietary Experiment” that has led to chronic disease states and challenges experienced by...

Video • July 8, 2019 • 11:29 min watch BookmarkBookmark PREMIUM
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Managing Glucose Response With Bitter Nutrition

The small intestine is lined with bitter taste receptors identical to the ones on the tongue.

Video • March 13, 2019 • 1:34 min watch BookmarkBookmark

Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)

Andrew Heyman, MD, discusses chronic inflammatory response syndrome (CIRS), which is linked to abnormal proteomics and transcriptomics.

Video • February 7, 2019 • 1:02:02 min watch BookmarkBookmark

Inflammation Induced Chronic Fatiguing Illnesses: A Steady March Towards Understanding Mechanisms

This peer-reviewed paper outlines Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, an evidence‐based model of assessment and treatment of chronic fatigue.

Download • October 1, 2017 • 1 min read BookmarkBookmark

Impact of Nutrition on the Microbiome

Evidence indicates that diet exerts a powerful influence on diversity of microbial species in the gut, carrying significant implications for health.

Download • September 28, 2017 • 1 min read BookmarkBookmark

Fruit and Vegetable Consumption: Minding the Gap

Research has shown that diets low in plant foods are linked to greater levels of inflammation and increased risk for chronic diseases.

Download • September 28, 2017 • 1 min read BookmarkBookmark

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