Hi guys! As we’re muddling through allergy season, we want to take some time to talk about a very important topic for diabetics, which is dental health. Did you know that the American Dental Association says that 1 in 5 cases of tooth loss, so having to have a full tooth removed, is related to
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Hello good morning followers I hope you’re having a great Saturday so we are here at the deflector booth we’ve got some super cool things to show you we’ve got a video today and video tomorrow so I’m really excited to share with you everything that’s gonna be going on they’ve got so many new
When you can do something good, you do something right and you get sales to go along with it, then it works for everybody. All the little changes, all the little steps you can take along the way provide a healthier and safer place for people to live and work. Like Jim Oppe had started
Hi guys! For today’s video we’re back for the second part of “5 things that are stopping Amberlynn from losing weight / Food Edition”. Amberlynn is obsessed with calories, and despite trying different methods for weight loss she always comes back to her favorite: counting calories. You do need a calorie deficit for weight loss.
[Rhonda]: Are you familiar with, like, any of the dietary nutritional research on IGF-1 and mTOR and specifically with amino acids and how… [Peter]: Yeah. I mean that’s, sort of, my biggest obsession, I think, is probably around those topics. So it’s complicated. I think we have probably a better understanding of mTOR. I mean
Mucopolysaccharidosis type I, or MPS I, is a rare genetic metabolic disorder caused by deficiency of a lysosomal enzyme required to break down mucopolysaccharides. The disorder presents as a spectrum ranging from severe forms, classically known as Hurler syndrome, which are associated with life-threatening complications, to attenuated forms, classically known as Scheie syndrome or Hurler-Scheie