Whitepapers

April 29, 2016

practice of meditation

By: Richard Horowitz, MD

In the last few decades, the ancient practice of meditation has quickly proven its benefits to Western medicine. People who regularly practice meditation have unique EEG patterns, lower respiratory rates, stable blood

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March 31, 2016

Infant Gut Colonization

By: Gerard E. Mullin, MD and Liz Lipski, PhD

Research on the gut microbiome indicates that it regulates metabolism and cell signaling, directs the development and regulation of the, maintains gut integrity, promotes detoxification and helps with

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February 16, 2016

reversing diabesity

by Mark Hyman, MD

Something changed in American culture over the past 50 years, and the lasting effect was a population that is overweight and dealing with serious chronic health issues. Sleep apnea, depression, allergies, asthma, heart disease

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January 24, 2016

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With an aging population, fronted by the “baby boomers,” we are likely to see an even greater demand for anti-inflammatory and painkilling interventions in the near future.

The problem is that most over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription

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January 24, 2016

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The emerging role of epigenetics in gene regulation is causing a paradigm shift in healthcare and nutrition. The Lunasin peptide with its novel epigenetic mechanism of action provides an effective and nutritional alternative against non-communicative,

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January 24, 2016

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An estimated 10 percent of U.S. adults take conventional sleep medication for poor sleep. But recent data indicates that these conventional hypnotics are associated with increased risk of mortality. So when someone suffers from insomnia, how can they

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January 24, 2016

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About 1 in 10 Americans report symptoms of depression, and the causes can be as varied as the individuals reporting them.

Depression is a major global public health issue leading to substantial disability. The pharmaceutical interventions can be

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January 24, 2016

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Menstrual cramps and endometriosis are two of the most common gynecologic problems in reproductive aged women. There is a robust historical tradition of treating acute and chronic pelvic pain with plants. Modern research provides both some evidence, as

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January 24, 2016

herbal-tea-1410565_1920-1Mental health conditions are a significant public health issue. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, depression is the leading cause of disability in the United States for ages 15 to 44 and is the most common psychiatric condition

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January 24, 2016

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Cystitis, herpes simplex, yeast and bacterial vaginitis, and human papilloma virus are infections commonly found in women. While there are numerous prescription medications to manage and treat these issues, there are also many evidence-based natural

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