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Aftermath of a Pandemic: Post COVID Syndrome

In recent months, researchers and doctors have discovered that a considerable number of “recovered” COVID patients are still experiencing lingering symptoms, now termed “Post-COVID Syndrome.” COVID-19 Attacks the Body in…

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Immune Response: Key to Vaccine Effectiveness

With the constant discussion of COVID vaccines, it is very important to understand how vaccines work in the body.  Vaccines don’t attack viruses directly, but rather present molecules to teach…

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How to Prevent Holiday Weight Gain

How many holidays have you put on extra weight that takes months to get off? No one likes having the look of excess weight, but more importantly the result of…

Ask Mark Bone and Joint Health

Take Care of Your Bones

By the time we reach our twenties, we have  reached our peak bone density and it has actually begun a slow decline. We know that getting plenty of calcium, vitamin…

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Your Heart Will Thank You

Aging, the way we eat, and even bad genes can contribute to sub-par cardiovascular function.These are some important nutrients that can help you maintain your cardiovascular health: Omega-3 Fats From…

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Digestive Health Support

Indigestion Support for indigestion, thankfully, is usually straightforward.  Many people experience improvement with the addition of a broad-spectrum digestive enzyme supplement.  One or two taken at the      beginning of a…

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Hair, Skin, and Nail Support

By the time you are 21, your collagen levels will have begun to decrease at the rate of 1% per year.  The average woman will experience a 7% decrease in…

Ask Mark Detoxification Support Digestive Health

Healthy Cleansing

Colon cleansing and detox regimens have become very popular.  Most cleansing supplements are made of laxative herbs.  The problem is that taking these herbs will not result in greater detoxification…

Ask Mark Immunity & Inflammatory Support

Immune Support

The peak cold and flu months are December through March. Adults in the US average two to four colds per year, while children get sick 6-10 times a year. Unsurprisingly,…

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