Indepth article - Exercise - March 22, 2019
You observe your muscles working for you in all your physical actions, but what occurs in your body to achieve muscle action? How do the nutrients you consume contribute to your daily physical activities?
Indepth article - Know Yourself - January 25, 2019
Copper is a metal element and an essential dietary trace mineral required for several important metabolic reactions in your body. As with most nutrients either too much or too little can be problematic. How much do you need and why?
Study - Get Healthy - January 11, 2019
Turmeric, and /or its therapeutic agent curcumin, has been touted as an effective nutritional supplement and panacea. Research papers, patents and internet sites appear to support its efficacy, but how effective is it and for which health condition?
Introductory article - Know Yourself - December 28, 2018
Molybdenum is a metal which has, like iron and zinc, both biological and industrial applications. Biologically, molybdenum is found in an array of enzymes in bacteria and animals, including humans. Learn more about its requirement for health.
Study - Get Healthy - December 07, 2018
Inflammation can cause pain. Exercise can stimulate the release of natural pain killers, while some foods may facilitate or inhibit inflammation. Is there anything you can do to reduce your risk of inflammation and pain?