The FDA just approved the sixth iteration of JAK (Janus kinase) inhibitors for alopecia. But just because it’s newly approved doesn’t mean it’s great because none of the JAK inhibitors are great. In fact, the FDA has also issued a black box warning.
Elevated homocysteine is an important contributor to Alzheimer’s disease. Additionally, it’s a factor in cardiovascular disease, stroke, and even some cancers. It sounds like having an optimal homocysteine level is a good idea.
It started early. The harm wasn’t intentional. We just didn’t know any better. Here’s my story of reversing my cognitive decline.
As we continue our transition into the colder months ahead, we can draw warmth and nourishment from the abundance of autumn foods.
The summer sun is in full effect and while covering up or slathering on sunscreen may offer the best protection against sunburn, did you know that eating the right foods can also help to protect your skin from the sun’s damaging rays from the inside out?
Our programs aren’t “weight loss programs,” but our clients typically lose weight. Why? Because we work with people to improve their health, which typically results in…weight loss.
Mismanaged blood sugar fuels a shocking number of hormonal complaints that range from big to small. Here’s a partial list of what happens with sugar and your hormones.
Having a healthy balance of good bacteria helps prevent chronic and degenerative diseases, improves digestion, possesses anti-cancer and immune boosting properties, and controls inflammation. For anything that ails you, consider that the health of your gut may be one of the keys to feeling better.
Conventionally, cholesterol is often discussed in terms of being “high.” But is it possible for cholesterol levels to be too low? The short answer is yes and it has big implications for our hormones.