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The Weekly Health Roundup: February 18, 2024

The Weekly Health Roundup: February 18, 2024

Metformin shows potential for extending longevity. Coffee prevents cancer resurgence. Breast milk builds immunity. Acupuncture reduces inflammation. Sandalwood oil can kill cancer cells. Every week we discover inspiring, informative, and sometimes shocking health-related news. From new studies to insightful analysis, here is what you need to know this week:

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5 Creatine Benefits for Women, Plus Best Practices for Supplementation

5 Creatine Benefits for Women, Plus Best Practices for Supplementation

When someone mentions creatine, chances are you picture a bulky male bodybuilder lifting crazy amounts of weight. But a growing body of research suggests supplementing with creatine has some impressive health benefits for women—and they extend far beyond the gym. Before we explore the benefits of creatine for women, let’s start with the basics. Creatine […]

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The Weekly Health Roundup: February 11, 2024

The Weekly Health Roundup: February 11, 2024

Cannabis extract may kill melanoma cancer cells. How you prepare your eggs will determine the amount of vitamin D that can be consumed. Propolis has anti-tumor power. Music is good for the brain. Every week we discover inspiring, informative, and sometimes shocking health-related news. From new studies to insightful analysis, here is what you need […]

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Vitamins

People Are Taking P5P Supplements Instead of Vitamin B6. Are They Onto Something?

People Are Taking P5P Supplements Instead of Vitamin B6. Are They Onto Something?

The supplement industry is always buzzing about B-complex vitamins, and for good reason. But a special type of B-vitamin is making people rethink their routines: P5P. Short for pyridoxal-5-phosphate, P5P is the active form of vitamin B6. Normally, when you ingest vitamin B6 through food or supplements, your liver has to convert it to P5P […]

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Got Acne? Get Some Vitamin C, ASAP

Got Acne? Get Some Vitamin C, ASAP

Acne: it’s not just a nightmare for teenagers. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, it’s the most common skin condition in the United States, with 50 million Americans suffering symptoms from pesky pustules to painful cysts.  While there is no one-size-fits-all cure, treatments abound. From special diets to birth control pills to topical ingredients […]

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My Supplement Formula: Dr. Jaclyn Tomsic

My Supplement Formula: Dr. Jaclyn Tomsic

Welcome to “My Supplement Formula,” our interview series that explores how high achievers use nutrition to unlock their potential. Check in each month to get an exclusive look into the supplement routines of the world’s greatest athletes, artists, and entrepreneurs.

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Minerals

Guest Post: Schizophrenia Is Chronic Encephalitis… and Niacin Cures It – By Thomas E Levy, MD

Guest Post: Schizophrenia Is Chronic Encephalitis… and Niacin Cures It – By Thomas E Levy, MD

[Note: We are committed to publishing emerging developments, studies, and opinions on the edges of health. This is a guest post by Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD. All opinions expressed by guest contributors are solely the writer’s own, and are not reflective of the opinions of Historic Health.] Dr. Thomas E. Levy is a board-certified […]

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Here’s How Zinc (Might) Increase Your Testosterone Levels

Here’s How Zinc (Might) Increase Your Testosterone Levels

Testosterone—the primary male sex hormone—is like jet fuel for men’s health and vitality. It’s no wonder guys are willing to try all sorts of pills, powders, and therapies to salvage (and boost) this hormone. In fact, the global testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) market recently passed $2 billion. But could boosting your T levels be as […]

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Zinc

Zinc

Zinc is a nutrient found in cells throughout the human body. It’s a trace mineral, which means the body needs very small amounts. Zinc is essential for more than 100 enzymes to carry out their function.

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