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How does insulin resistance happen among those with type 2 diabetes?
Yale researcher have identified the molecular mechanism by which insulin normally inhibits production of glucose by the liver and why this process stops working in patients with type 2 diabetes, leading to hyperglycemia.
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More exciting news about resveratrol.
Researchers from Texas A&M Health Science Center found that the compound found in red grapes, red wine, peanuts and some berries may help prevent age-related decline in memory.
Join the leading figures of the natural health movement at the 2015 Integrative Healthcare Symposium in New York City on Feb. 19-21.
Are you one of 70 million people suffering from digestive diseases in the United States? You might be… and not even know your gut is the cause!
We are excited to announce that internationally recognized integrated doctor
Leo Galland is to give a special talk on Feb. 9 at , a free online event. The Healthy Gut Summit
Resveratrol, the beneficial ingredient in grapes, has once been touted as an elixir of youth.
Now scientists have cracked open the secrets of how it promotes health — it activates powerfully an evolutionary ancient stress response in human cells.
Resveratrol Improves Strength
“This stress response represents a layer of biology that has been largely overlooked, and resveratrol turns out to activate it at much lower concentrations
For people who think drinking helps sleep, here is a worthy reminder for your ultimate health.
New study found that pre-sleep drinking may cumulatively diminish daytime wellbeing and neurocognitive functions.
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