Why Do We Still Have Vitamin Deficiencies In America 100 Years After The Term “Vitamine” Was First Coined?
1912 was a monumental date in human history – a Polish scientist, Casimir Funk discovered the first vitamin, vitamin B1. But that date is underplayed in the history books while the date of the discovery […]
The cure-alls of all cure-alls: resveratrol. It’s a mood pill, longevity pill, aspirin substitute, anti-anxiety agent, brain starter, heart energizer, and now the toughest and most perplexing disease of all, Lyme disease (parasitic bacterium: Borrelia […]
It is startling to find in the 21st century that an estimated 2 billion people on the planet are zinc deficient. The likelihood you are zinc deficient is high, particularly if you are of advanced […]
Western processed food diets produce many imbalances that promote chronic disease and premature death. This is well documented in the medical literature. At the risk of oversimplification, a list of these imbalances can be summarized […]