A Health & Wellness Blog by CustomVite's Nutrition Team

Eye Itch? Consider a Nutritional Switch!

Posted By: CustomVite Nutrition Team   Date: May 13, 2019    Comments: 0

Did you wake up this morning with itchy, watery eyes? How about consecutive sneezes? Sore throat? Runny nose? This could very well mean that you have seasonal allergies, also known as allergic rhinitis/hay fever. You’re surely not alone because 26 million Americans are affected by seasonal allergies. When spring allergens such as pollen from oak, […]

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Don’t Let Lupus Limit You

Posted By: CustomVite Nutrition Team   Date: May 10, 2019    Comments: 0

In honor of World Lupus Day, on May 10, there is no better time than now to spread awareness about this autoimmune disease. Systemic lupus erythematosus, more commonly known as SLE or lupus, arises when the immune system attacks healthy tissues and organs. This attack causes inflammation in a number of areas of the body […]

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Do You Need More Vitamin B12?

Posted By: CustomVite Nutrition Team   Date: May 6, 2019    Comments: 0

Have you experienced numbness or tingling in your hands or feet?  A lack of energy and unusual fatigue?  Difficulty concentrating and become increasingly forgetful?   If so, you may be one of the many adults with a marginal B12 deficiency, according to recent research. In fact, according to the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, up […]

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Seek Supplements in Stressful Situations

Posted By: CustomVite Nutrition Team   Date: April 22, 2019    Comments: 0

Stress is a basic part of life. Did you miss the train and arrived late for work? Didn’t see the car coming as you crossed the street? Overslept again? These are all stressful situations, and everyone has a different way to cope with them.  Robert M. Sapolsky’s classic book, Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers: The […]

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Osteoarthritis

Posted By: CustomVite Nutrition Team   Date: April 8, 2019    Comments: 0

Most of us take for granted the smooth, painless movements we use to open a door, take a walk, or pick up something we drop.  However, for people with osteoarthritis (OA), these simple activities can be extremely painful and difficult.  OA, the most common chronic condition of the joints, affects approximately 27 million Americans.  Although […]

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