Its a Mouthful: Non‐Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) and Glutathione

Its a Mouthful: Non‐Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) and Glutathione

Glutathione (GSH) is a major endogenous antioxidant that can neutralize reactive oxygen species (ROS). The rate limiting amino acid in de novo synthesis of GSH in metabolic disease appears to be glycine. People withmetabolic liver disease many have increased GSH needs. Vegetarians have a higher intake of non-essential amino acids including glycine and serine.

 String Theory Eating Instructions: One Set of Simple Rules

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String Theory Eating Instructions: One Set of Simple Rules

String Theory, also known by physicists as the Theory of Everything, looks to tie together the enormous universe and all its tiny particles, with one set of rules. This same theory can be applied to weight loss, to go from unhealthy to healthy with one set of simple rules. Weight loss is complicated, though you don’t have to understand it to do it. String Theory Eating Instructions includes one set of rules and string, used together to act as a reminder for following healthy habits.

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Nutritional Metabolomics

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Nutritional Metabolomics

 Nutritional Metabolomics has noted nutrient metabolites such as, lipids, carbohydrates, and amino acids can be useful in evaluating nutrient status, the impact of diet, and the flow of biochemical pathways. 

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Healthy Includes You And Everything Surrounding Your Meal

Healthy Includes You And Everything Surrounding Your Meal

Healthy eating is more than just good food and the right nutrients. In order to get the full health benefits you need to make sure your're in control of you, and that your meal environment is right. Location, plates, napkins, room design, color, etc all impact your ability to fully expereince the meal and absorb the nutrients. The kitchen and dinning room are the connecting points of the outside world and the cellular you.

Functional Nutrition: Biochemical Rivers and Roads

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Functional Nutrition: Biochemical Rivers and Roads

Laboratory testing helps to identify biochemical pathways and discrepancies in physiologic function. It's important to know all the nutrients involed in the pathway, the best specimen type, and if there is an ideal reference range. Additionally, comparing nutritional intake and lab values lets you identify possible digestive issues or increased needs. 

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