28 July 2022 adminBlog0

When talking about important metrics of your health, blood pressure levels are one of the most vital numbers to monitor and regulate. And even though we know that some people have different values just as their baseline, we’re aware that high blood pressure can be extremely dangerous and harmful to our health. 

High blood pressure has been associated with an increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, heart attack, stroke, and even dementia. It’s important to recognize the causes of high blood pressure and implement tools and routines that will support the health of your heart and blood vessels and lower your blood pressure numbers to a normal range.  


27 July 2022 adminBlog0

Cholesterol and triglycerides are often times mentioned together when talking about the health of your cardiovascular system, blood vessels, weight, and overall body composition. These markers show up on your blood panel and are great indicators of your health condition, showing you whether or not it’s time to make some changes in your lifestyle habits and improve your health. 

With modern technology, it’s easy to measure certain aspects of our health, wellbeing, and even longevity, but not all results can be read the same. Especially since a plethora of different factors can contribute to the numbers you see on your data. High blood triglycerides are often linked to high cholesterol levels, showing up as a risk of heart disease, but the other way around doesn’t have to be the case. Your cholesterol can be high without the increase in your triglyceride levels, so it’s important to delve deeper into the subject. 


20 July 2022 adminBlog0

Diabetes is one of the most prevalent diseases today with almost 40 million people suffering from it worldwide. Additionally, over 90 million people have prediabetes and problems with their weight, obesity, and body mass index. 

Controlling diabetes has become a crucial issue in the medical industry, with experts and medical institutions coming up with new and alternative treatments to help prolong the lives of those diagnosed with diabetes and potentially put it in remission by continuously reducing their blood sugar levels. 


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