Tag: grape seed

Should You Be Afraid of Antinutrients? – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 348

Should You Be Afraid of Antinutrients? – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 348

Antinutrients are components of food that may block the absorption of minerals, but does that mean you should avoid them? Not necessarily. Learn about the pros and cons associated with antinutrients from Jerry Hickey, Ph.

Grape Seed May Improve Fat Loss – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 347

Grape Seed May Improve Fat Loss – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 347

Grape seed is a powerful nutrient that can help with fat loss and blood sugar health. Learn about grape seed’s ability to block the absorption of sugar and control appetite from Jerry Hickey, Ph.

The Impact of Alcohol On Your Heart – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 280

The Impact of Alcohol On Your Heart – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 280

In this episode, Amanda Williams, MPH discusses the true meaning of alcohol consumption, different types of alcohol and the real cardiovascular impacts of alcohol consumption.

Boosting Your Brain Health with Cocoa – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 259

Boosting Your Brain Health with Cocoa – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 259

We want to make sure that as we get older, we have the full functionality of our brain. The good news is that cocoa can really support brain-boosting ability. 

Safe Help For Hot Flashes – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 68

Safe Help For Hot Flashes – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 68

Most women entering and throughout their menopausal years will experience hot flashes that can impact your quality of life. Two studied nutrients – Grape Seed Extract and Resveratrol – may provide great support during this time.

Nutrients for Swollen Ankles and Feet – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 36

Nutrients for Swollen Ankles and Feet – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 36

Today, we are going to talk about swollen ankles, calves and feet which is common, especially if you have been standing or walking a lot. Here, Jerry Hickey, Ph. speaks about the nutrients that can support them.