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Douglas Giampapa

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  1. Cat's Claw Benefits Target the Root of Aging

    Cat’s claw is a woody vine native to the Amazon rainforest and other tropical Central/South American regions. Its vines climb as high as 100 feet using hook-like thorns. For thousands of years, Amazon tribes have extracted medicinal compounds from the leaves and bark of the cat's claw vine by boiling these materials and making tea to enjoy cat's claw benefits.1 The anti-aging phytonutrients provided by the cat's claw plant supported health and unusual longevity in these Amazonian tribes despite their inadequate diet. For these reasons, scientific researchers traveled to the Amazon to study cat’s claw, which eventually led to its commercial sale worldwide.

  2. Why Micronutrients Are Needed for Your Health and How to Get Them (Even if Fruits and Vegetables Have Become Less Nutritious)

    Have fruits and vegetables become less nutritious? In other words, can you get the micronutrients you need to stay healthy from food alone? Micronutrients are needed for many important functions in your body. But it’s becoming harder to get them from food alone. Due to modern agricultural and shipping practices, nutrient deficiency in plants is becoming more commonleading to more individuals who have a nutrient deficiency. This is true even among those who are very health conscious and eat what should be a highly nutritious diet.

  3. Soda Consumption may Hurt Cell Health

    Soda is one of the most popular treats around, but the amount of sugar in it should make people reconsider how much of it they drink. The excess sugar in soda has been tied to growing rates of obesity in the U.S. Now, new research from the University of California, San Francisco, suggests there is one more reason why you should refrain from regular consumption of soda...

  4. Are the nation’s leading dietary guidelines based on false data?

    If you’ve ever seen a food pyramid or the more current breakdown of plates by food groups, you have the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to thank. Since 1985, the HHS has published updated dietary guidelines about once every five years based on changes to the average American’s diet. On the surface, these recommendations seem harmless enough, and the HHS has been gearing up to publish its latest 2015 edition of the guidelines later this year.

    It’s easy to take advice on face value, but what if everything you’ve been told about nutrition and cell healthis wrong? 

  5. 4 of 5 Supplements in NY Stores don’t Contain Listed Ingredients

    In recent years, health-conscious consumers have been doing a lot of reading. Rather than checking out the newest diet trend in a magazine or perusing a low-sodium cookbook, shoppers have been poring over the nutritional labels on their favorite foods.

    Keeping track of what’s going into your body is a great way to stay in shape and maintain cell health, but what if some manufacturers were taking advantage of nutritional labels just to make more money? Unfortunately, if you take cell health supplements to replenish your body’s supply of micro- and phytonutrients, you might have been taken for a ride. According to a statement from the office of the New York State Attorney General, 4 out of 5 brand name supplements sold at major retailers through the state contain virtually no amounts of their advertised herbal ingredients.