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It may not come as a surprise that sleep is an important factor in our health. What may come as a surprise is that a recent study found that getting 7 hours of sleep each night was the ideal amount of time for older adults to sleep.
Have you ever set your alarm extra early to squeeze in a morning workout or stayed up late into the night to finish up something for work? Well a small new study suggests these habits may actually cause unwanted weight gain, even for healthy individuals. This study looked at individuals who choose to sleep less rather than suffer from insomnia.
Most of us know the importance of sleep for our health, however, still more than ⅓ of adults get less than 7 hours of sleep each night. Moreover, nearly half of people report poor sleep quality. Of course it can be frustrating to consistently get poor sleep, but it’s much more than that, it is also a health risk. Researchers say that poor sleep can increase a person’s risk of death by 24% and their risk of heart-related death by 42%. Improving sleep quality is a vital component of long-term health, however it is often easier said than done.
A recent study examined what would happen if a standard Western diet, which is normally focused on red meat and highly-processed foods, was replaced with more fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, and nuts.
These recently published nutrigenomics studies reveal interesting information about how our genes affect the way we process food. Read on to learn more about the newest discoveries in nutrition.
The world of nutrigenomics becomes more personalized and innovative every day. Learn some of the latest happenings in the field.
These recently published nutrigenomics studies reveal interesting information about how our genes affect the way we process food. Read on to learn more about the newest discoveries in nutrition.
Losing weight is a goal that many people have, however it is not an easy feat. Many people search for the magic fix or the next diet trend to aid them in their efforts. What many people are finally realizing is that fad diets are not sustainable and long-term change takes time and patience.
The world of nutrigenomics becomes more personalized and innovative every day. Learn some of the latest happenings in the field.

Cortisol is an important stress hormone that can cause a variety of physiological effects. Learn how elevated cortisol levels through stress can affect you.

The world of nutrigenomics becomes more personalized and innovative every day. Learn some of the latest happenings in the field.
Want to learn more about nutrition? Our Nutrition 101 page is an  introduction to everything you need to know about our body’s relationship to food.
These recently published nutrigenomics studies reveal interesting information about how our genes affect the way we process food. Read on to learn more about the newest discoveries in nutrition.

The world of nutrigenomics becomes more personalized and innovative every day. Learn some of the latest happenings in the field. 

Want to learn what your cravings say about your health? We explore cravings in-depth and show you how a personalized nutrition plan can encourage healthy snacking. 

The world of nutrigenomics becomes more personalized and innovative every day. Learn some of the latest happenings in the field. 

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