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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.

Potassium for Healthy Blood Pressure – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 33

Potassium for Healthy Blood Pressure – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 33

Potassium is extremely important for blood pressure control and for the body’s alkaline balance. Yet research is lacking especially in reference to the effects of many minerals on blood pressure.

Living A Healthy Life With Diabetes, Part 2 – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 10

Living A Healthy Life With Diabetes, Part 2 – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 10

In Episode 2 of Living A Healthy Life with Diabetes, Amanda Williams, MPH breaks down the difference between prediabetes and metabolic syndrome. Plus, essential nutrients to help counteract the impact of the SAD diet.

Could A Magnesium Deficiency Be To Blame For Your Sleeping Problems?

Could A Magnesium Deficiency Be To Blame For Your Sleeping Problems?

Photo by Zohre Nemati on Unsplash If you’ve done everything to try to get or stay asleep (from ditching the electronics, to taking melatonin or trying to exercise to tire your body out), we’ve got news for you! You may be deficient in Magnesium. What […]

Why You May Need A Magnesium Supplement

Why You May Need A Magnesium Supplement

Magnesium is responsible for over 300 biochemical reactions in the body, making it one of your body’s most important nutrients. But did you know that up to 70% of Americans are Magnesium deficient, according to the CDC’s NHANES? Here’s what you need to know. What […]

Nutrients and Vitamins for Hormone Balance

Nutrients and Vitamins for Hormone Balance

Photo by Rita Morais on Unsplash Hormones are the chemical messengers in your body that carry messages between your cells and organs, and control most of your bodily functions, from basic needs like hunger to complex systems like reproduction. They are created in the endocrine […]