Numerous Potential Treatments for SARS-CoV-2 Virus, COVID-19 Disease, and High-Risk Factor Comorbidities

Most recent update: July 29, 2020 FDA-approved treatments for the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and its resulting COVID-19 disease are scarce and poor quality, but scientists and doctors have found many potential treatments that look promising. Part of the problem is that … Continue reading

Health-boosting Drinks For Coronavirus Crisis

With COVID-19 racing around the global this year on top of the usual common colds (often caused by weaker coronavirus infections) and flus, you might be thinking it is time to boost your immune system with nutrition and supplements. Vitamin … Continue reading

Do Not Rely On COVID-19 Coronavirus Vaccines, Protective Steps You Can Take Even Now

As 2019-nCoV aka COVID-19 spreads across the world, many are talking about vaccines like they are going to be a solution. If you’re smart, you should not be counting on a vaccine to zero out your risk from COVID-19. Vaccines … Continue reading

Wuhan China 2019-nCoV Coronavirus: Pandemic? Herbs and Vitamins?

News of the Wuhan Coronavirus is alarming as its reach expands far beyond its reported origin and the number of cases and deaths grow exponentially. Will it become a pandemic? What can you do to prepare to protect your family and yourself?

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Carbohydrate Binge Eating and Weight Gain May Indicate Tryptophan and Serotonin Deficiencies

During the holiday season, you may have found yourself eating more cookies, cakes, breads, and other delicious baked goods than usual. You wouldn’t be the only one. But if polishing off a box of cereal solo, eating half a quart … Continue reading

Supplements That Can Aid Warfarin Users By Reducing Abnormal Clotting and Bleeding Risks

In my previous article Widely Used Anticoagulation Drug Warfarin (Coumadin) More Dangerous Than Commonly Thought, I discussed some coagulation disorders in which the widely prescribed drug warfarin (Coumadin) is used and how it has some very bad long-term side effects. … Continue reading

Flavonoids Apigenin and Chrysin Non-Addictive Alternatives To Benzodiazepines for Anxiety Relief and Mild Sedation

When you are anxious and need a little sedative help to sleep, the flavonoids apigenin and chrysin may be good supplements to try. They are reputed to have strong effects at countering anxiety but more mild sedative effects than many … Continue reading

Telomeres May Shorten More Quickly and Lead to Early Death Due to Oxidative and Inflammatory Damage

Researchers from the University of Washington have found a weak link between leukocyte (white blood cell) telomere length and increased risk of mortality in aging humans. In their study Leukocyte Telomere Length and Mortality in the Cardiovascular Health Study, they … Continue reading

How L-Carnosine and Exercise May Block Glycation and Oxidative Damage Via Inhibition of Methylglyoxal

Researcher Alan R. Hipkiss of the University of Birmingham (United Kingdom) has proposed a theory explaining how L-carnosine inhibits glycation damage in aging humans and animals. He posits that one of the common mechanisms for increased sugar cross linking with … Continue reading