Category Archives for "Overall Health"

Why is Celiac Disease on the Rise? – Anchor Wellness Center

Over the last decade, we have seen more and more restaurants offering gluten-free menus, and whole aisles in the grocery store become dedicated to gluten-free products. This is in response to the increasing number of people being diagnosed with Celiac disease, but it begs the question, why is Celiac disease on the rise? What is […]

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The Sugar Industry Lied for Decades

Ever find yourself reaching for the “low-fat” option on the shelf? You’ve been told for years that fat is the enemy when it comes to health and diet. You’ve surely heard that fat is the reason so many Americans suffer from heart disease. A biology journal published findings recently stating that the sugar industry misled […]

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The Dangers of a Sedentary Lifestyle

Did you know that the average person—even athletes—spends between 7 and 9 hours sitting every day? Between sitting at work, on the train, in the car, or on the couch, even people who consider themselves athletic could be at risk for sedentary lifestyle health concerns. There is good news: it’s possible to counteract these effects. […]

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Signs of Mold Illness

Two months ago Hurricane Harvey created historic flooding in Houston, TX. Now that the waters have receded, residents are working to return their lives to normal. However, a serious danger is still lurking in many homes and buildings: mold. The signs of mold illness can often resemble a sinus infection or the flu, leading to […]

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Supplements to Prevent Muscle Loss With Age: New Sarcopenia Study

Whey protein supplements are typically stereotyped as bodybuilding fuel exclusively used by gym rats. However, a recent study provides new data about taking supplements to prevent muscle loss with age. McMaster University researchers have determined that those who take whey protein supplements on a regular basis in combination with other ingredients in the form of […]

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