A Health & Wellness Blog by CustomVite's Nutrition Team

New Physical Activity Guidelines

Posted By: CustomVite Nutrition Team   Date: December 3, 2018    Comments: 0

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has just issued new physical activity guidelines for America (the second edition of what was first released in 2008).   Based on a review of several years of new research, the key takeaway from the new guidelines are: Americans need to step up their game and get moving! […]

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Vitamin D Deficiency

Posted By: CustomVite Nutrition Team   Date: November 26, 2018    Comments: 0

You may know that vitamin D is important for your health, but did you know there is mounting evidence suggesting a vitamin D deficiency can result in conditions such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, depression, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, osteoporosis and Alzheimer’s disease?   A vitamin D deficiency may even contribute to the development of some cancers, […]

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Pancreatic Cancer

Posted By: CustomVite Nutrition Team   Date: November 19, 2018    Comments: 0

November is pancreatic cancer awareness month. Most healthy individuals go about their daily life without ever knowing where their pancreas is located or how it functions. However, for those who have been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, they are all too familiar with the form and function of this vital organ.   The pancreas is a […]

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Fall Allergies

Posted By: CustomVite Nutrition Team   Date: November 12, 2018    Comments: 0

Most people associate allergies with the onset of spring, but for many people, fall triggers such as pollen, ragweed and mold can also cause the dreaded sneezing, watery eyes, runny noses and coughing.  Medication such as antihistamines can be helpful, but may cause unwanted side effects.   Fortunately, there are some natural ways to combat allergies.  […]

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7 Natural Ways to Keep Your Skin Glowing During Seasonal Changes

Posted By: CustomVite Nutrition Team   Date: November 5, 2018    Comments: 0

If the cold, changing temperatures, and dry indoor air are leaving your skin dry, itchy, and flaky this season, you’re not alone.  A change of seasons can wreak havoc on your skin.  Fortunately, there are things you can do to protect your skin, including moisturizing often, using a humidifier, wearing a hat, scarf and gloves, […]

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