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Holistic Approach to Diabetes Type 1.

Navigating Type 1 Diabetes with a comprehensive, whole-person strategy.

Functional Medicine Approach to High Cholesterol.

Learn our top tips for taking a functional medicine approach to High Cholesterol.

Functional Medicine Approach to Diabetes.

Tired of bouncing from doctor to doctor with no results? Try a functional medicine approach to diabetes.

Holistic Treatment for High Blood Pressure.

Learn more about Index Health’s holistic treatment for high blood pressure.

Can High Cholesterol Cause Dizziness? Exploring the Connection.

Cholesterol, often associated with heart health, is a waxy, fat-like substance found in your body. It plays a crucial role in building cell membranes and producing hormones. However, not all cholesterol is created equal. There are two primary types: LDL (low-density lipoprotein), often referred to as "bad" cholesterol, and HDL (high-density lipoprotein), known as "good" cholesterol. High cholesterol occurs when there's an excessive buildup of LDL cholesterol in your bloodstream. This excess can lead to various health issues, including cardiovascular problems.

Unusual Symptoms of Diabetes: What You Need to Know.

Diabetes is a widespread and serious medical condition that affects millions of people worldwide. While many of us are familiar with the common symptoms of diabetes, such as increased thirst, frequent urination, and fatigue, several unusual symptoms often go unnoticed. In this article, we'll delve into the definition of diabetes, its global prevalence, and the importance of early diagnosis. We'll then explore the uncommon signs of diabetes, including skin issues, vision disturbances, hearing problems, dental complications, weight changes, sleep disturbances, and gastroparesis. Let's explore the lesser-known aspects of diabetes and learn how to recognize and manage these unusual symptoms for a healthier life.

The Role of Functional Nutrition in Health and Wellness.

In an era where buzzwords like "wellness" and "longevity" seem to adorn every magazine cover and blog post, it becomes crucial to dive deep and investigate the factors that help promote vitality, health, and vitality. Functional nutrition plays a vital role in health and wellness by tailoring dietary choices to an individual's specific health needs, objectives, lifestyle, genetics, and environment. It emphasizes the power of nutrition to address underlying health issues, treat disease, promote healing, and optimize overall well-being, underscoring the close relationship between what we eat and how we feel.

What To Eat Before A Glucose Test.

This article will talk about pregnancy glucose tests, glucose screening, and healthy foods. A healthy diet is important when taking a glucose test. Someone might need to take a glucose tolerance test because of the risk factors that come with pregnancy. To get accurate results, you must fast before taking the glucose tests. Let's learn more about glucose tests and a healthy lifestyle.

Ceramides and Diabetes.

Looking for the solution to your diagnosis of diabetes mellitus? There is more than one way to help with getting diabetes under control. One of those ways involves ceramide accumulation. This metabolic disease can be easily overcome when given the correct tools to fight it. A reduction of saturated fatty acids is another step in the right direction. This article will cover everything ceramide offers, so let's start by explaining what ceramide synthesis is.

Can Food Intolerance Cause Weight Gain?

Food intolerances are becoming more and more common for people. Food intolerances and sensitivities occur when your immune system doesn't react properly to certain food. Some people even develop chronic inflammation when they eat foods that they are sensitive to.The chronic inflammation can ultimately cause weight gain, and then people have trouble losing weight. Now let's learn what it means to have a food sensitivity and the best weight loss routine.

Why Is Sugar So Addictive?

Storytime! My father’s French and loves his wine. He also has quite the sweet tooth. He’s dabbled with Dry January where you start the year alcohol-free, so when chatting with him about his overall health and diet, I asked him “how about trying a month of no sugar?” to which he laughed and said, in his thick French accent, “I would give up alcohol before I would give up sugar.”

An Author Index Medical Staff Loves: Who Is Dr. Mark Hyman?

If you work in the health and wellness industry, you’ve likely heard this name before. And if you’re simply a passionate follower of all things health and wellness, this is a name you’ll want to know!