Weight Loss

  • Serrapeptase


    Serrapeptase is a BIG term. A metaphoric one indeed! It symbolizes centrality of the matter at hand. And Yes! Serrapeptase is a vital proteolytic enzyme which is derived from silkworms. Actually it dissolves silkworm`s cocoon. From the look of things Serrapeptase is a lengthy term but equivalent to its wide variety of clinical applications. ItREAD MORE
  • Bilberry


    There are certain plant extracts, which can be used to improve your overall health. These plants can help to improve your vision, blood circulation, nervous system, digestive system and others. Although most of these plants exist in places that only those who stay close to these regions of the world can have access to them,READ MORE
  • Chlorophyll


    Chlorophyll is the green pigment in all green plants and in cyanobacteria, responsible for the absorption of light energy for photosynthesis (the process through which green plants manufacture their own food). It has a molecular core bearing a porphyrin structure but contains magnesium at its centre and a long carbon side chain. This structure isREAD MORE
  • Digestive Enzymes

    Digestive Enzymes

    What Are Digestive Enzymes? These are the enzymes that are responsible for the breakdown of polymeric macromolecules into smaller building blocks enhancing their absorption by the body. We all know that despite us eating food our digestive system absorbs nutrients not food. In that case food has to be broken down into nutrients components forREAD MORE
  • Chitosan Powder

    Chitosan Powder

    Chitosan? (Got it right). The fame of this product has reached all corners of the globe. It is worth every effort though you don`t have to go to the deepest of seas or the highest of the mountains to unfold the mystery of Chitosan. This article contains all you need to know about it. TakeREAD MORE
  • Psyllium


    Psyllium again? May be you are wondering what a jargon! Precisely speaking psyllium is usually made from husks of the plant ago ovate plant`s seeds. It is simply a form of dietary fiber alternatively known as ispaghula. But there is more to unfold about it. Psyllium has diverse uses but it mostly used as aREAD MORE

Hearing Loss Articles

  • People Who “Get it”: Folks Who Understand Hearing Loss and How to Deal With It

    By Denise Portis Editor: Here’s another great article by Denise Portis. This one is about people who “get it” and people who don’t. I’ve often wondered what it is that separates those who “get it” from those who don’t. If you have thoughts on this, I’d love to hear them! Hearing loss is often referredREAD MORE
  • Overactive neurons can cause tinnitus

    Editor: We’re big fans of the website hear-it.org. That’s a European hearing loss website, and they have a wealth of information on all aspects of hearing loss. They generously allow us to share the occasional article with you, including this one. Please do take some time to visit them. January 2013 Researchers from the UniversityREAD MORE
  • Is Magnetic Therapy Effective for Tinnitus

    Loyola University Medical Center is studying whether a new form of non-invasive magnetic therapy can help people who suffer debilitating tinnitus (ringing in the ears). The therapy, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), sends short pulses of magnetic fields to the brain. TMS has been approved since 2009 for patients who have major depression and have failedREAD MORE
  • Tips for Tinnitus Sufferers

    Developing tinnitus can be more than bothersome. Individuals’ reactions to the tinnitus perception can include mild annoyance, anxiety, depression, insomnia and other serious medical issues. Tinnitus is often described as buzzing, ringing, hissing, humming, roaring, or whistling that someone hears in the absence of any external sound. More than 50 million people in the UnitedREAD MORE
  • Tips for Tinnitus Sufferers Get Inside the Brain

    While the sounds and effects of tinnitus are well-documented and well-known, effective treatment of the condition has remained a challenge. For many tinnitus sufferers, though, understanding how a key area of the brain drives their tinnitus may provide an answer. Tinnitus is often described as buzzing, ringing, hissing, humming, roaring, or whistling that someone hearsREAD MORE
  • Preventing noise induced hearing loss and tinnitus in soldiers

    Antioxidants, dietary supplements and high-tech brain imaging are among some of the novel strategies that may help detect, treat and even prevent noise-induced hearing loss and tinnitus among American troops, according to researchers at Henry Ford Hospital. A culmination of nearly 25 years of research on noise-induced hearing loss – a growing medical issue thatREAD MORE