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What is NAD and How Does NAD’s Deterioration Affect Our Bodies? Aug 14th, 2019

What is NAD? First, let’s tackle NAD which stands for nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide. NAD is a molecule found in every cell of our bodies. It helps maintain healthy mitochondrial function. The mitochondria is the power house of the cell that converts food into energy. In addition, NAD is also responsible...

The Obstacles to Weight Loss and How You Can Achieve Better Results Jun 25th, 2019

Losing weight is something almost all of us strive for. Whether we want to achieve it to look better, feel better, or because of health concerns, we all have the same goal: taking those extra pounds off. Sometimes despite our best efforts, though, we fail. Every time we fail it...

What Are Vitamins, Minerals, Nutrients and Antioxidants and Why Should You Get Them Through an IV? Jun 24th, 2019

The health and fitness industries are filled with phrases like “take your vitamins”, “essential nutrients”, and “foods high in antioxidants”, and that’s just to start. Throw in phrases like “keto diet” and “interval training” and it’s hard to understand what you really need to do to stay healthy and fit....

How to Boost Your Metabolism Naturally Nov 14th, 2018

How often have you blamed genetics for your weight problems? Well, there is some truth to it. Those genes passed down from generation to generation do play a part in fat-burning. The speed of everyone’s metabolism is partially based on genetics. Add in age and gender and it may seem...

Zinc: Your Secret Weapon Against Cold and Flu Season Nov 7th, 2018

Everyone knows that the flu vaccination is your best defense against getting the seasonal virus, but there’s another even more easily accessible weapon available: zinc. What is Zinc and What Does it Do? This mineral helps boost the immune system, heal wounds and support the body’s overall growth. It makes...

How Traveling for Work Impacts Your Health Oct 23rd, 2018

Ah, the glamorous life of business travel. Not exactly. To the outsider the jetsetter lifestyle may seem fun and exciting, but it takes a serious toll on health. What’s Unhealthy About Hopping on a Plane? Sure, there are some exciting elements of business travel. The ability to see new places...

5 Signs Hinting at a Vitamin B12 Deficiency Oct 19th, 2018

Barely able to keep your eyes open during the day? Nodding off during important meetings? Constantly hitting your snooze button, for just “one more minute of sleep”? If any of these behaviors sound familiar it might be that you’re simply not getting enough sleep, or you may have a vitamin...