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Antioxidants: Why They Are So Important for a Long Healthy Life

By | 2013-01-23T13:25:22+00:00 January 23rd, 2013|Antioxidants|

On the surface, our bodies may be “quiet,” but in reality there is a whole lot going on underneath. In some ways, the inside of your body is a battleground. There is a war being fought between free radicals that attack our healthy cells and a long list of antioxidants that protect us from those [...]

Press Release: IllumiNutri Launches Website for Pain Management Nutrition

By | 2013-01-15T11:17:37+00:00 January 15th, 2013|Press|

Dr. Stephen H. Barkow and nutritionist Pamina Barkow create line of natural anti-inflammatory products as part of their integrative approach to pain management. IllumiNutri, makers of holistic supplements for pain management, has just launched an e-commerce website, making their all-natural nutrient-dense product line available to consumers around the world. IllumiNutri's supplement program was created by [...]

Minimize Inflammation with Adequate Sleep

By | 2013-01-14T05:00:34+00:00 January 14th, 2013|Comprehensive Wellness|

When we think about ways to improve our health, it usually involves something proactive (exercise more, buy healthier foods). However, one very inactive habit has many more health implications than most people realize. Making sure you get enough sleep is important for many reasons. We all know that it helps us maintain adequate energy levels [...]

Video: Ask the Nutritionist – Facebook Edition

By | 2013-01-02T06:22:55+00:00 January 2nd, 2013|Diet, Video|

Happy Holidays! Today I'll be answering some of the questions that you have asked me on Facebook. Q. What should desk jockeys eat to avoid a post-lunch food coma? A. For those of you at a desk job, I know it's hard for you to keep your energy up the whole day. You're not alone. I [...]

Joints

By | 2012-10-23T13:35:05+00:00 October 23rd, 2012|Definitions|

The point at which two or more bones come together. They are attached together by ligaments or cartilage. Joints come in four main categories, based on the degree and type of movement they allow: fibrous, cartilagenous, and synovial.

Blood

By | 2012-10-22T13:39:09+00:00 October 22nd, 2012|Definitions|

This bodily fluid is our internal delivery system, taking essential substances such as nutrients and oxygen to cells around our bodies. It also transports metabolic waste products away from those same cells. About half of all blood content is plasma, which contains proteins that help blood to clot, transport substances through the blood, and perform [...]