by Internet Medical Society
These days, whole supermarket aisles are devoted to products that are gluten free.
Easy access to these foods is a blessing for the two million Americans who struggle with celiac disease and can't tolerate gluten.
But we're finding out, the gluten free movement is gaining followers for other health reasons.
For Paul Daniel, going gluten-free has been a key ingredient to improving his…
Added by Network Admin on July 25, 2014 at 10:37am — No Comments
Anyone who reads or watches television has heard about cortisol and what it does in the body, particularly in regard to weight loss and stress. There have been a ridiculous amount of supplements on the market that have the word—or part of the word—cortisol conveniently tucked into its name, all claiming to help you lose weight or lower your stress levels with this magic ingredient or reasonable facsimile of. Before spending your money or telling an overweight or stressed out friend about the…Continue
Added by Adrienne Santos-Longhurst on July 12, 2014 at 12:39am — No Comments
The Twitterverse has been abuzz in recent months with Tweets about Healthline’s You’ve Got This – MS campaign. With just the curious click of a link, you can see just why all the buzz whether you’ve been affected by Multiple Sclerosis personally or not.
Healthline has managed to skip past the usual over-the-top and obviously scripted awareness campaign fodder by…Continue
Added by Adrienne Santos-Longhurst on July 4, 2014 at 11:00pm — No Comments