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Cardiometabolic Health
Lemon verbena, hibiscus, green coffee bean
Cardiometabolic Health

Promising New Weight Loss Research: Can Specialized Polyphenols Provide the Spark Your Patients Need?

Combat obesity with natural plant polyphenols! Discover how hibiscus, lemon verbena, and green coffee bean extract enhance metabolism, curb appetite and promote weight loss to help your patients overcome the energy gap and achieve long-term weight-loss success.

Megan Borreson, ND |

Cardiometabolic Health
Is Semaglutide the Solution to the Obesity Epidemic?
Cardiometabolic Health

Is Semaglutide the Solution to the Obesity Epidemic?

Semaglutide may be a powerful obesity treatment option, but given its limitations and challenges, other interventions can help prevent weight regain.

Megan Borreson, ND |

Cardiometabolic Health
Dysautonomia blog
Cardiometabolic Health

Dysautonomia: A Growing Clinical Concern

The symptoms of dysautonomia can be so varied and seemingly disconnected that recognizing dysautonomia in the clinical setting can be challenging. When treating your dysautonomia patients, it is essential to address the root causes and support the body's healing process with adaptogenic herbs.

Megan Borreson, ND |

Cardiometabolic Health
Cardiometabolic Health

Endothelial Glycocalyx Damage: The Lead Measure of Cardiovascular Disease

The endothelial glycocalyx (eGCx) serves many cardiovascular health functions. When treating cardiovascular conditions, such as diabetes and high blood pressure, consider the importance of the glycocalyx for vascular wellness. Read more to learn how to support glycocalyx health.

Megan Borreson, ND |

Cardiometabolic Health
Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
Cardiometabolic Health

NAFLD as a Key Factor in the Cardiometabolic Continuum

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is often asymptomatic, leading to delays in diagnosis and negative impacts on overall cardiometabolic health. Learn more about the nine modifiable NAFLD risk factors and consequences, and discover the top nutrients to support your patients.

Megan Borreson, ND |

Cardiometabolic Health
Uric Acid: The Body’s Physiological Alarm Bell?
Cardiometabolic Health

Uric Acid: The Body’s Physiological Alarm Bell?

Elevated uric acid levels, or hyperuricemia, are associated with cardiometabolic disorders, including hypertension, diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and kidney disease. The following dietary, lifestyle and supplement interventions can help optimize your patients' uric acid levels.

Megan Borreson, ND |

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