Tag: cardiovascular

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    Top Tips for Respiratory Season with Dr. Tara Schneider

    Visionary Dr. Tara Schneider serves as the CEO and Co-founder of the Point of Care Testing Institute (POCTi), showcasing a remarkable proficiency in the realms of respiratory health and medical innovation. Within this blog, Dr. Schneider will share answers to a series of ten fundamental questions for respiratory season, shedding light on the pivotal correlation… Re

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    Elevate Your Back-to-College Experience: Cognitive Support and Nitric Oxide Synergy

    As the back-to-school season approaches, the pursuit of academic excellence takes center stage. While sharpening cognitive function is a priority, ensuring overall well-being is equally crucial. Berkeley Life brings you an innovative approach to back-to-school readiness—by combining Cognitive Support with Nitric Oxide enhancement. In this blog, we’ll delve into the dynamic synergy of these two… Re

  • Nitrates and Potassium Nitrate 101: About These Nitric Oxide Boosters

    It’s no surprise Nitric Oxide (NO) supplements, some with potassium nitrate as a key ingredient, are becoming popular as more and more people experience their benefits. Effective NO supplements are proven to boost Nitric Oxide levels to support healthy blood flow throughout the body — which is crucial to maintaining overall wellness and countering potential… Re

  • Understanding the role of medication and Nitric Oxide for managing blood pressure

    High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a serious health condition that can increase the risk of heart disease, stroke, and other health complications. If left untreated, it can be dangerous. That’s why it’s important to manage hypertension through various means. Generally, this includes medication, but we will explore some lifestyle changes that your… Re

  • Beets: Our Favorite Superfood

    Beets are among those foods—like broccoli—that some people love with a passion, while others despise them with equal passion. The former group is on to something. And the latter is at risk of missing out. That’s because beets are among nature’s true superfood stars. Fiber and So Much More These hardy, ruby-red root vegetables are… Re

  • Skinny Frittata Florentine

    [vc_row][vc_column][porto_blockquote footer_before=”Katelyn Avery” footer_after=”Sales Marketing Manager”]With a family as large as ours, we’ve been having to utilize most hours of the day(s) for time with our families, which not only leads to travel but allows me to incorporate my favorite meal and dish into holiday plans, too: breakfast/brunch frittatas????. The beauty of a frittata is… Re

  • Nitric Oxide: The “Miracle Molecule” Discovery that Won a Nobel Prize

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Here at Berkeley Life, we like to celebrate Nitric Oxide all year long — but especially on Nobel Prize Day, which falls on December 10th each year. Why? In 1998, the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine was awarded jointly to North American scientists Dr. Robert F. Furchgott, Louis J. Ignarro and Ferid Murad for… Re

  • Dental Hygiene & Nitric Oxide Production: What’s the Connection?

    ARE COMMON DENTAL HYGIENE PRACTICES PUTTING US AT RISK FOR HEART DISEASE? Dr. Nathan S. Bryan has often been cited writing and speaking on the importance of oral nitrate reducing bacteria in the production of Nitric Oxide. You can read more about his study by clicking the following LINK. This is important because  killing these… Re

  • Women’s Hormone Balance is Dependent on Nitric Oxide

    Gender roles create different expectations and behaviors in men and women that affect chronic disease incidence and outcomes, including tobacco use, exercise and treatment-seeking. Women tend to be affected by chronic diseases at younger ages than men. Women typically live longer than men but do so with greater disability and less social protection than men.… Re