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Sugar and Mental Health – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 429

Sugar and Mental Health – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 429

Studies have shown that the amount of sugar you consume can impact your mental health. This is incredibly true in the US, where the standard diet is overwhelmed by processed and sugary foods.

Promoting Healthy Weight Loss with Trim Hx – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 358

Promoting Healthy Weight Loss with Trim Hx – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 358

Poor diet, low activity rates and lack of motivation can all prevent you from achieving your weight loss goals. The good news is that there are supplements like Trim Hx that can help get you back on track.

Foods for Energy – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 327

Foods for Energy – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 327

Did you know that some foods are better for your energy levels than others? Turn to highly nutritious foods and supplements for longer lasting and higher quality levels of energy.

How Incorporating Cultural Lifestyle Changes Can Benefit Your Health

How Incorporating Cultural Lifestyle Changes Can Benefit Your Health

According to the CDC, 39.4% or 78.6 million U.S. adults are obese. This may be due to numerous reasons including sedentary lifestyles and accessibility to fast food. Obtaining calories is effortless; many beverages and foods average the amount of calories the body should consume in 

Healthy Recipe: Reds Parfait

Healthy Recipe: Reds Parfait

Photo by Alisha Hieb on Unsplash InVite®’s Reds Hx® formula is a supplement powder that provides a high concentration of fruit extracts and antioxidants. These ultra-healthy fruit extracts comprise the spectrum of oranges, reds, blues and purples that can be found naturally in healthy fruits and 

Every Day Foods With High Amounts of Sugar

Every Day Foods With High Amounts of Sugar

Photo by Plush Design Studio on Unsplash Nicole Crane, BS, NTP of InVite® Health says, “Hundreds of years ago, most people ate as little as 21 teaspoons of sugar per year. Today, our food supply is completely over-saturated with refined carbs, and the average American