Studies show that carnosine (a combination of two amino acids) can help protect aging arteries against the harmful effects of excess body fat. Learn more in this blog post.
Lori Shemek, Ph.D
By Clyde Pepper
By Marie Parks
Selenium was discovered in 1817 and named for Selene, the Greek goddess of the moon. Its role in health was only later recognized.
What causes chronic inflammation? Stress, lack of exercise, genetic predisposition, and exposure to toxins are all common culprits. However, there’s another major cause that’s often overlooked: the foods that you put into your body. Let's take a look at how you can manage inflammation by eating the right foods in this blog post.
Excessive sun exposure burns your skin and leads to premature skin aging, which means more wrinkles, discolorations, and risks. Topical sunscreens still remain the popular choice among consumers, but did you know there’s also an oral solution for protecting your skin? There is, and it’s called Polypodium leucotomos.