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Friday Pearls

Spring Fever & Pollen

Friday, May 23, 2014

Winter is officially over, spring is here and your nose, eyes and heart probably know without being told. Love and pollen are in the air!  The birds are chirping, bees are buzzing, and spring flowers and spring fever romances are bursting forth in full bloom.

Ocular Microbiome

Friday, May 16, 2014

The Scientists is one of my most favorite life-exploring cyber journals devoted to inspiring innovation. It got my attention last week with a report on ocular microbiome research presented at the recent Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) annual meeting.

Omega-3 Mania

Friday, May 09, 2014

The Fish Oil Fad - Given that omega-3 fatty acids are now being used to fortify a vast amount of processed foods and given that excessive fish oil supplementation is being recommended by so many health care providers, it seems most appropriate to feature this recently published review article from the prestigious peer-reviewed Journal of Lipids.

Let's Treat the Cause

Friday, May 02, 2014

"Population-based research shows that people who eat well, exercise routinely, avoid tobacco, and control their weight have an 80 percent lower probability across their entire life span of developing ANY major chronic disease- heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, dementia, etc- than those who smoke, eat badly, don't exercise, and lose control of their weight. Flip the switch on any of these factors from bad to good, and the lifetime risk of serious chronic disease is reduced by nearly 50 percent.  These findings have been replicated again, and again- and have been shown to extend that same influence over the expression of our genes."   David L. Katz, MD, MPH- President American College of Lifestyle Medicine. Changing unhealthy behaviors is foundational to medical care, disease prevention, and health promotion. It’s time to demand medical care that makes more sense – both clinically and economically. This is hardly new news. The public, employers paying for health care, advocacy organizations, and providers have been asking insurance companies and government for years for better and more cost-effective solution coverage that includes patient participation, as evidenced in today's references.

Relief for Dry Eyes

Thursday, April 24, 2014

BioTears First!  BioTears is an oral treatment for dry eyes designed and patented by the woman-led research team passionately determined to help those with dry eyes. This team opened the doors for dry eye nutritional therapy in 1998. BioTears includes the biochemically balanced natural ingredients required to enhance omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acid metabolism, while also addressing structure and function of all three layers of the tear film.

Music May Improve Surgical Outcomes

Friday, April 18, 2014

Today’s science article by one of the esteemed Biosyntrx scientific advisory board members, Vincent de Luise, MD, was previously published in the Review of Refractive Surgery.  We think it’s a perfect Friday Pearl for the week before the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) annual meeting. It speaks to the physiological science that supports the healing power of sound and vibrations.  

Oxygen Health Science

Friday, April 11, 2014

According to the Free Radical Biology and Aging Research Program at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, the existence of free radicals as chemical entities was not universally accepted until the late 1950s.  A small number of visionary scientists from that organization and others can be credited with founding the field of reactive oxygen biochemistry.

Homocysteine & Inflammation

Friday, April 04, 2014

The metabolism of homocysteine is an example of the nutrient synergy necessary to optimize physiological function and health.Healthy individuals utilize two different pathways to enzymatically metabolize homocysteine. Healthy individuals utilize two different pathways to enzymatically metabolize homecysteine.

The Many Jobs of Riboflavin

Friday, March 28, 2014

Vitamin B2 is water soluble and required for a large number of cellular processes, including oxidation-reduction reactions (redox) responsible for energy production, metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, proteins, and ketone bodies. It’s also solely responsible for the fluorescent-yellow color in urine of people who supplement with high dose B-complex vitamins.

Lifestyle Science

Friday, March 21, 2014

Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity. Hippocrates   Health care opportunity has arrived with the renewed focus on lifestyle medicine. There is no longer any doubt that daily lifestyle decisions and practices exert a profound impact on short- and long-term health and quality of life.  

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