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Krill Oil and Fish Oil For Brain Health, Part 1 – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 48

Krill Oil and Fish Oil For Brain Health, Part 1 – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 48

In this episode, Jerry Hickey, Ph. discusses why fish oil is so important for your brain. In part two, he will be diving into Krill oil benefits for your brain. 

The Impact Uric Acid Has On Your Body – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 47

The Impact Uric Acid Has On Your Body – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 47

Uric acid is normally found in your blood and in your urine. Higher levels can cause a kidney stone, painful arthritis, kidney damage or can trigger a stroke or a heart attack.

Natural Solutions to Springtime Allergies – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 46

Natural Solutions to Springtime Allergies – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 46

Many clients request a more natural solution to allergies because they want to avoid the side effects from antihistamine drugs. Here is what you need to know about springtime allergies and the herbs and nutrients that can help.

A Superior Antioxidant: Resveratrol – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 45

A Superior Antioxidant: Resveratrol – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 45

On today’s episode, Amanda Williams discussing Resveratrol, the popular anti-aging supplement that is so important for your body, especially your brain and heart. Let’s get started.

Painful Kidney Stones – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 44

Painful Kidney Stones – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 44

Kidney stones are small clumps of minerals in the urinary tract that cause great pain. There are some simple steps that can cut your risk of developing a kidney stone in half but for some, it’s not so easy. Here’s what you need to know.

hs-CRP: The Blood Test That Predicts Heart Attacks – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 43

hs-CRP: The Blood Test That Predicts Heart Attacks – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 43

The hs-CRP test can help predict your future risk of a heart attack and heart disease. This is a test that should be added to your regular yearly check up. Hs-CRP is also called Cardiac-CRP and it is a proxy for inflammation.