Tag: healing

Tag: healing
How Iron Helps You Stay Active and Healthy
Iron deficiency is the largest nutritional deficiency globally[1]. In the U.S it affects between 1-5% of men, depending on age, and as much as 11% of premenopausal women[2]. Athletes, particularly endurance athletes, are also more prone to this deficiency. To get an idea of why this is, let’s look at
MEND, 2 years ago
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How Your Diet Can Impact Inflammation and Healing
Controlling the level of inflammation in your body is the key to improving and shortening your recovery. There is a reason you constantly hear about inflammation; it is involved in so much of what happens in our bodies. Inflammation is often portrayed as harmful and as a sign of bad
MEND, 2 years ago
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Turmeric: An Ancient Remedy Proven by Modern Research
Modern medicine is turning to ancient remedies to treat more and more conditions. These ancient remedies mostly include natural, herbal products. As natural products, they are often cheaper and easier to access than pharmaceutical drugs. Additionally, they offer a lower risk of side effects.  However, natural remedies do need to
MEND, 2 years ago
Tag: healing
Muscle Science: How to Work with Your Body to Repair Muscles
In this article: Skeletal muscle is one of the most commonly injured tissues of both athletes and non-athletes alike. [1] Although it can be debilitating and limit our daily activities, there is much that we can do to help our bodies recover from these injuries. In particular, nutrition and exercise
MEND, 2 years ago
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Protein and Arthritis
In this article: What is Arthritis?Arthritis is a health condition affecting joints, which are the contact points between bones. About one in five individuals suffer from arthritis, but the actual cause of the disease can vary based on genetics, age, gender, excess weight, or injuries. The most common types of
MEND, 2 years ago
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Glutamine— Essential to Your Recovery
In this article: What is Glumaine?Glutamine (GLN) is one of twenty amino acids the human body uses for a variety of purposes. Unlike most amino acids, and other nutrients, glutamine’s importance in our diet fluctuates. Likewise, our nutritional goals should reflect this fluctuating need. Which is why glutamine has become
MEND, 2 years ago
Tag: healing
The Importance of Zinc and its Role in Healing
The human body functions like a well-oiled machine with the help of many vitamins and minerals. Zinc, a mineral, plays an especially important role throughout the entire body. In fact, there are over 3000 proteins in humans that contain zinc and the mineral can be found in muscles, bones, skin,
MEND, 2 years ago
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And Then There Is Courage
Giving a kidney then running a marathon Not many people can say they’ve run Denver’s Colfax Marathon less than a year after donating a kidney. Brandy Loseke can. And this year, she is going to run it again on the anniversary of her surgery. “I love a challenge,” Loseke said
MEND, 2 years ago
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Healing Superpower
This recipe takes a minute to make and it is packed with micro and macro nutrients to boost your healing and health. Enjoy with Cosmetic Vanilla to help support your healing and recovery from cosmetic procedures.
MEND, 4 years ago
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4 Reasons Why Good Nutrition is Critical to Recovering After Surgery
Dr. Amy Osmond has written an excellent article on why nutrition is so critical to surgery recovery: A better understanding of the physical strain of surgery reinforces the need for training before surgery occurs. Here are four reasons why preparing your body for surgery is an important part of recovery.
MEND, 4 years ago
Tag: healing
Westlake Dermatology Announced As Newest MEND Medical Partner
We are very pleased to announce that we have partnered with leading Texas based dermatology and cosmetic surgery practice Westlake Dermatology to bring MEND Cosmetic functional nutrition to their patients. The national leader in dermatology that is sought after for minimally invasive cosmetic procedures has 9 state-of-the-art facilities across Texas.
MEND, 4 years ago
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Cambridge University Team Advances To Final Round Of McKinsey Venture Academy Competition, Strategy Focuses on Bringing MEND to the U.K.
Selection as finalist in the intensive and highly selective venture competition provides strong support for the MEND strategy March 18, 2017, New York NY – Nutrition for Healing (NFH) today announces that a team of Engineering and Business students from Cambridge University in the United Kingdom have advanced to the
MEND, 4 years ago
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