X-Linked Inhibitor Of Apoptosis (XIAP) has shown to play a role in cancer, longevity, inflammatory resistance, and more.Read More
Biofilms (sometimes described as "cities for microbes") are glue-like membranes produced by microbes (bacteria, fungi and yeasts) to protect themselves being discovered by our immune system, among other functions (described below).
In this post, we're going to go over what diet and supplements (as well as advanced techniques) can be used to prevent and/or kill unwanted biofilms from common bacterial and fungal pathogens.Read More
We need the sun for many biological processes.
The sun produces ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
UV can cause free radicals in skin cells and this is what causes skin cancer, wrinkles, photo-aging, and sun burns.
This diet will help protect the skin against the damaging effects of UV, without the need for conventional sunscreens.Read More
Damiana is a shrub native to southern Texas in the United States, Central America, Mexico, South America, and the Caribbean.
Maya Indians called this species mis kok ("broom for asthma").
Damiana has been traditionally used as a remedy against stomach ache, lung diseases related to tobacco abuse, bladder and kidney infections, rheumatism, diabetes, and scorpion stings.
Today, it's commonly sold in headshops as a "legal high", because smoking the leaves may produce similar effects to smoking marijuana.Read More