Tag: iron

What Is Iron Overload? – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 437

What Is Iron Overload? – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 437

Did you know that your body can have too much iron? When this occurs, it can be toxic to your organs. The good news is there are nutrients that can help regulate iron levels within the body.

Supporting the Thyroid to Promote Healthy Energy and Weight – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 413

Supporting the Thyroid to Promote Healthy Energy and Weight – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 413

A healthy thyroid gland is essential for your overall wellness, especially for energy levels and healthy weight. Turn to nutrients that can help keep this gland functioning properly.

Natural Help for Restless Legs Syndrome – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 379

Natural Help for Restless Legs Syndrome – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 379

Millions of Americans suffer from restless legs syndrome, an issue that can negatively pack sleep, energy and more. The good news is that there are nutrients that can help.

Nutrients To Target Restless Leg Syndrome – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 317

Nutrients To Target Restless Leg Syndrome – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 317

Have you ever heard of restless leg syndrome? Amanda Williams, MPH discusses how many people it affects and what nutrients may be beneficial.

Signs & Symptoms of an Iron Deficiency – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 62

Signs & Symptoms of an Iron Deficiency – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 62

Iron deficiency is the most common nutritional deficiency worldwide. The most common cause of iron deficiency is simply a lack of iron in your diet. If you are severely deficient, it is called anemia. Here’s what you need to know.

Millions at Risk of Nutrient Deficiencies as CO2 Levels Climb

Millions at Risk of Nutrient Deficiencies as CO2 Levels Climb

Photo by Allef Vinicius (ig: @seteales) on Unsplash According to a new study performed by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, rising levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) from human activity are making staple crops – such as rice and wheat – less nutritious and