How to Solve These 4 Gut Health Issues

Did you know…the gut is also called our “second brain”? This is because what goes on in the gut affects sleep, mood, and overall wellness, as part of our enteric nervous system. There are between 400-600 million neurons in the gut! Compared with about 1 billion neurons in the brain, it explains why the gut…

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Lab-Based Nutrition Case Study: Wren B.

Wren was having a hard time recovering from stress. He had very little energy or patience for his family. So he decided to try Lab-Based Nutrition. See what Wren’s results were just from taking a simple blood test:  Hut: This is Hut Allred with New Wave Fitness and I’m here with Wren Baker from the…

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Lab-Based Nutrition Case Study: Lucy M.

Lucy had hit a plateau in her weight-loss journey. She wanted to lose more body fat and keep getting fit! So she decided to try Lab-Based Nutrition. See what Lucy’s results were just from taking a simple blood test:    Hut: This is Hut Allred from New Wave Fitness and I’m here with Lucy…

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Lab-Based Nutrition Case Study: Sterling G.

Sterling thought he was making a good effort to eat right and take care of himself, but he wasn’t feeling any better because of it. So he decided to try Lab-Based Nutrition. See what Sterling’s results were just from taking a simple blood test:  “My name is Sterling Guest, originally from Southern California, Long Beach…

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Lab-Based Nutrition Case Study: Kyle F.

Because of his family history and high cholesterol, Kyle and his wife wanted to get these issues fixed once and for all. So they decided to try Lab-Based Nutrition. See what Kyle’s results were just from taking a simple blood test: Hut: This is Hut Allred with New Wave Fitness, and I’m here with Kyle Faegre…

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Lab-Based Nutrition Case Study: Shari S

Get ready to take your health and fitness to the next level, even if you think you’re too old! After experimenting on her own to try and figure out what was right for her physiology, Shari S from Dallas decided she wanted to see real results with no guesswork…and no more prescriptions used as a…

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Your Bones’ Best Friends

Dr. Jamie McManus, M.D. Chairman, Medical Affairs & Health Sciences Shaklee Corporation “Scientific research links vitamin D inadequacy to an increased risk for certain cancers, as well as cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, and diabetes—and higher intakes of vitamin D may help reduce the risk of developing these diseases. These are precisely the reasons we conducted our…

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“I have no energy.”

Challenge: Everyday fatigue is a common complaint in our fast-paced society, ranking among the top five health problems reported by adults within the past 18 years. Lack of energy becomes a vicious cycle, with stress and the inability to relax being among the most common reasons for sleep problems. The problem is further compounded by…

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What Causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

by Julie Donnelly, Guest Author of Dr. Stephen Chaney The pain and numbness associated with carpal tunnel syndrome can make even the simplest things like tying your shoe, picking up a glass, or typing on your keyboard hard to do. Is there anything you can do to relieve the pain associated with carpal tunnel syndrome…

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A Fresh Look at Sugar

What is “too much sugar”? There’s little doubt that many people have too much sugar in their diets. But while sugar is blamed as the cause of obesity, the real problem is excessive total calories. Sugar is a simple carbohydrate, which is an essential nutrient. But it must be balanced by protein, fat and fiber…

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