There is enough evidence of increased cardiovascular disease risk to question taking high-dose calcium supplements. Source: High-dose calcium supplements may damage the cardiovascular system
The shorter daylight hours of the winter season can affect sleep, productivity and state of mind. Light therapy (also known as phototherapy) may help. It uses specially designed boxes that emit full-spectrum light to simulate sunlight. While still a relatively unknown treatment, light therapy has been shown to have positive benefits in addressing many health… Continue reading Feeling Blue? You May Have Seasonal Affective Disorder – DrWeil.com
Want to help keep your body running smoothly? Eat more vegetables and fruits! The antioxidants in produce help counter oxidative stress, boost your immune system and decrease your risk of illness. The best source of antioxidant vitamins and minerals is a wholesome, varied diet – concentrate on eating plenty of fresh (preferably organic, if you… Continue reading Want A Cheap Way To Keep Your Body Healthy? Eat These – DrWeil.com
Gut microbiome differences are linked to differences in body weight, but remember: which bacteria grow is largely determined by which foods we eat. You may have heard of a study described something like this: Gut bacteria from obese mice were transferred to lean mice, and the lean mice started to gain weight. Several studies… Continue reading Do lean and obese people have different gut bacteria?
This tip is brought to you courtesy of the new Weil Vitamin Advisor – visit today for your completely free, personalized recommendation of vitamins and supplements. Not all supplements are good for everyone – some, in fact, can be downright dangerous, especially if taken by the wrong person or in the wrong dosage. From colloidal silver to… Continue reading 6 Supplements To Avoid Taking – DrWeil.com
Hello and welcome to Evie’s Blog. I’m so glad you stopped by. I hope to turn this blog into an outlet for some of my passions including nutrition, holistic health, and spirituality. I’m new at this, so I hope you’ll be patient as I learn the ropes and figure out which direction the blog should go.… Continue reading Welcome to Evie’s Blog