The thyroid gland is an integral part of the endocrine system. This butterfly-shaped organ regulates important hormones that affect many functions in your body. These hormones also affect how well your body performs physically and mentally, so symptoms can manifest in many different ways.
Weight loss and fat burning are two of the ever-current topics among people of all nationalities, ages and occupations. What unites them to some extent is the desire to lose something, in this case excess body fat or body weight. But in their true desire to do so, many people undergo destructive diets, extreme restrictions and methods in both nutrition and sports. This by no means leads to favorable results and can further exacerbate the problem.
Autophagy is derived from the Greek term meaning 'self-' (auto) 'feeding' (phagy). It's your body's amazing ability to clear old, damaged cells and proteins to make room for new and healthy cells. In other words, autophagy is the best natural cleansing of the body, which supports the renewal and work of all tissues and organs.
Do you find it challenging to swallow food, drinks, or pills? While it may be tempting to ignore this symptom or dismiss it as a minor issue, it could be a sign of a more severe condition. In this blog post, we will discuss the potential causes of difficulty swallowing, offer some natural remedies, and provide detailed descriptions of possible diseases and conditions. However, we must stress that seeking medical attention is crucial for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Are you experiencing nausea or vomiting regularly? It may be a sign of a serious underlying condition that requires prompt medical attention.
Medical mushrooms have traditionally been used to protect against infectious diseases and various types of cancer. These mushrooms have a long history of use to maintain health, especially in early Chinese, Egyptian, Greek, Mexican, and Roman cultures. In fact, in 1991, a 5,300-year-old mummy was discovered carrying a birch porous fungus that exerted a purifying effect and may have been used to treat mummified man's intestinal parasites.
The initial association after reading "lion's mane" was probably with the lion's mane, or his lush hair on the head. But in this context, it's not about the king of the jungle, we're not even talking about an animal, but we mean a mushroom that we associate to lion's mane.
Poison of a spider or a poisonous snake. Scorpion poison or poison from an insect bite. All this sounds really frightening and in some cases can be deadly. But in others, there is a chance that the poison of some animal species will cure or alleviate certain conditions. You've probably heard the line that "the dose makes the poison" and in this case it is valid. But under what circumstances, under what health disorders and how can poisons from highly toxic animals be applied at all? In the article we will discuss how modern medicine can turn them into medical treatments that save millions of lives.
Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra) has been used medicinally for thousands of years. Also known as licorice root, licorice root contains a compound that is much sweeter than sugar. Licorice root is used in both Eastern and Western medicine to treat a variety of ailments ranging from the common cold to liver disease. In what form to take licorice and what can be useful we tell you more about in the article.
Collagen peptides are very small particles of protein derived from animal collagen. Collagen is one of the materials that make up cartilage, bones and skin. Collagen peptides are obtained by breaking down whole collagen proteins into smaller molecules. When taken orally, collagen peptides have a much better effect on skin and cartilage health. These and other beneficial effects are characteristic of collagen peptides, which are a relatively new and topical form of collagen that more and more people choose.