More than 77 percent of Americans are deficient in one key nutrient: vitamin D . But that’s not all. Many of us are imbalanced in vitamin A and vitamin K2. Alone or combined, these disparities can lead to serious health issues if not corrected.
Afternoon tiredness is a monster many of us struggle with on a regular basis. The work day is going well, but then 2:00 or 3:00 hits and it can become a battle just to focus. This article covers ways to combat afternoon lethargy and keep your energy levels more consistent throughout the day.
Many of us associate Vitamin B12 with things like low energy levels, anemia, trouble sleeping, irritability, and depression. But we often don’t realize that vitamin B12 deficiency may also cause hair loss!?
Vitamin B12 plays a role in many biological processes including the formation of red blood cells ? and cellular metabolism. Probably more important than these however is the crucial role it plays in DNA replication. It participates in several DNA-related biochemical pathways including stabilizing DNA, donating methyl groups, and ensuring that the DNA replicates properly.
It is estimated that 75% of adults and teens are deficient in Vitamin D. ? Many may not see symptoms right away, but long term this deficiency can lead to bone, heart, blood pressure, and mood issues. So while supplementation is important for many of us, it is critical for others. ?
Every day, your body is under attack. You can’t see them, but microscopic compounds are present that contribute to disease, aging, and instability in the body. These are known as free radicals, and in this article we’ll cover what they are, what they do, and how to get rid of them naturally.
Having trouble getting to sleep at a good time—or not getting enough good-quality sleep? Whether you toss and turn, can’t seem to wind down for bed, or feel tired all throughout the day, having a good bedtime routine can make all the difference.
This article will cover some of the best bedtime routine ideas—from calming activities to sleep supplements—for the deeper, better sleep your body and mind need to be healthy and functional.
Around 90% of Americans have some form of caffeine every single day . But most people don’t know why that cup of coffee gets them going in the morning or how that energy drink makes it easier to power through work or school.
So, how does the most widely used psychoactive drug increases alertness and make you feel more awake? To answer that, we must take a trip under your skull (metaphorically, of course) to look at the effects of caffeine on the brain.
Most of us are (at least slightly) familiar with the benefits of vitamin D, but there’s another missing link preventing us big time from maintaining optimal health: vitamin K2.
To help you understand the delicate tango vitamin D and vitamin K2 must perform to keep us thriving, let’s do a quick overview of each and then talk about why they’re a powerhouse together.
Caffeine has been used by humans for a long, long time, and it’s currently the most widely used substance on the earth! In fact, most people enjoy it first thing in the morning in their cup of coffee. There are many different uses of caffeine, and many pros of using it regularly.