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Have You Tried Curcumin for Indigestion?

Curcumin is the major biologically active polyphenolic compound of turmeric and the compound that gives the spice its yellow color. A 2023 study1 published in the BMJ Journal finds that curcumin has yet another health benefit — it helps improve outcomes in people with functional dyspepsia. In the past decade, researchers have discovered several health… Read More »

Reductive Stress — The Hidden Culprit of Chronic Disease

In this interview, Brad Marshall explains how reductive stress works, and why it’s so bad for your health. Understanding reductive stress is an important topic because it’s fundamental to optimizing your biology. It’s a fundamental biological principle that is not widely appreciated or even understood, as it contradicts almost everything we’ve been taught about biology.… Read More »

8 Simple Rules America’s Longest-Living People Follow

People have been searching for a way to lengthen life for centuries. Research1 into the lifestyle choices made by people in the Seventh-day Adventist church has identified several factors contributing to their long lives, with men living an average 7.3 years longer and women an average 4.4 years longer than non-Adventists in the same geographical… Read More »

The World’s Happiest People Share These 15 Things in Common

Americans’ satisfaction with their personal lives reached a near-record low in 2024, with just 47% expressing high satisfaction. The finding, from a Gallup poll,1 suggests economic uncertainty is to blame, but finances are just one factor in finding happiness. Physical health, social connections and a sense of purpose also play a role, as do other,… Read More »

Think the Antibiotics in Your Food Are Decreasing? Think Again

Antibiotic-resistant infections are a vastly underestimated health threat. An estimated 35,000 Americans die each year from drug-resistant infections.1 Globally, the death toll attributed to drug-resistant infections could be as high as 4.95 million annually,2 and it’s only getting worse. Agriculture has played a central role in this trend. As of 2020, 69% of the U.S.… Read More »