What resource has the highest value in this day and age? Is it money, is it time? More and more experts in wide and varied fields ranging from economics to neuroscience now agree… it’s energy, and the ability to direct it to a single point, using an ability we call focus.
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In the technology-driven, fast-paced era we live in, it is commonplace for people to run on fumes, ignore their internal alarms, and exhaust themselves to a point of seemingly no return. We’re here to tell you that it’s never too late to change, and never too late to implement adjustments that will alter your body’s ability to recoup and regenerate – as it is naturally meant to.
Here’s what we believe to be one of the most complete explanation videos on the subject of ‘Body, Mind and Spirit’. The term is often loosely used to describe the three levels of our existence that when balanced signify well-being and health. But what does body, mind and spirit really mean?
NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) has received a lot of recent attention in the press and among certain scientific communities such as the addiction and integrative medical fields. The question is how can we take such a potent and therapeutic coenzyme as NAD+ that is normally utilized intravenously as a medical procedure, and place that into a pill that supports the brain and cognitive functioning?
One of the biggest issues we face in this day and age is assessing the quality of any product. It’s one thing to say that a product is of high quality, but how do we accurately verify this? Enter the Lecher antenna.
A new study is confirming what we at Innovative Medicine have been preaching for over a decade – in healthcare, it’s not what you spend but how you spend it. In other words, valuing quality over quantity. The following article, by Karen Kaplan and published in the L.A. Times, breaks down a recent study that
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