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Many Strokes Are Preventable – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 72

Many Strokes Are Preventable – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 72

Strokes are quite common and are a leading cause of loss of mobility and independence. Yet many strokes are preventable by making simple adjustments to your lifestyle and changing some of the foods you eat. 

Important Immunity Spotlight: Keeping You Healthy This Season

Important Immunity Spotlight: Keeping You Healthy This Season

Immune system supplements with specially formulated, clinically studied non-GMO ingredients can support a strong and powerful immune system. Here are the top four immunity products you need this season, from our degreed healthcare professionals.

Green Tea’s Impact on Longevity and Heart Health – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 31

Green Tea’s Impact on Longevity and Heart Health – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 31

With so much evidence in the form of clinical studies available, it’s hard to dismiss the impact Green tea can have on your longevity and heart health. Jerry Hickey, Ph. discusses the most recent studies in Episode 31.

Coronavirus and Immunity – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 17

Coronavirus and Immunity – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 17

The purpose of today’s episode is not to alarm you. But you should know how to support the function of your immune system with the help of specific nutrients, especially with the spread of the coronavirus.

Avoid The Flu With Green Tea and Vitamin D – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 8

Avoid The Flu With Green Tea and Vitamin D – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 8

In Episode 8, Jerry Hickey, Ph., discusses how to improve the odds of not getting the flu this winter and what you can do nutritionally for your immune system.

New Study: Drinking Tea Improves Brain Health

New Study: Drinking Tea Improves Brain Health

A recent study led by researchers from the National University of Sinapore revealed that regular tea drinkers have better organized brain regions associated with healthy cognitive function, compared to non-tea drinkers. Here’s what you need to know.