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  • A Brief Explanation: Spermidine & Gluten

    A Brief Explanation: Spermidine & Gluten

    Posted by OHP on Nov 8th 2021

    Although it is made from wheat germ and contains a minuscule amount of wheat, thus requiring a warning to celiacs, polyamines are very unique and in fact may be emerging as useful to treat celiac comp … read more

  • Trehalose - The Secret Sugar You Should Know About

    Trehalose - The Secret Sugar You Should Know About

    Posted by OHP on Oct 18th 2021

    What is Trehalose?Trehalose is a simple sugar found in nature that has been used extensively in the food and beauty industry for many years. It is a natural, non-reducing disaccharide formed by two gl … read more

  • Why Butyrate is So Important for a Healthy Gut - and a Healthy Life

    Why Butyrate is So Important for a Healthy Gut - and a Healthy Life

    Posted by OHP on Mar 30th 2021

    The importance of a healthy gut is nothing new. Discussions on the role the microbiome plays in our health continue to make their way into the mainstream. However, beyond general health benefits, rece … read more

  • Supplements for Orthopedic Health

    Supplements for Orthopedic Health

    Posted by OHP on Nov 9th 2020

    Give your body the tools it needs to quickly recover and heal by taking advantage of key ingredients known to help build strength, prevent injury, and protect your bones, joints, and ligaments.To d … read more

  • How to Intermittent Fast: Main Methods of Fasting

    How to Intermittent Fast: Main Methods of Fasting

    Posted by OHP on Sep 22nd 2020

    The mice study from our previous post seems to provide ample evidence that there is immense health benefit to eating at a time our bodies are prepared for food. More and more studies reinforce the ide … read more

  • The Impact of Intermittent Fasting on the Body and Mind

    The Impact of Intermittent Fasting on the Body and Mind

    Posted by OHP on Sep 16th 2020

    Throughout history, people have fasted for many more reasons than simple weight loss. Tracking back to our prehistoric ancestors, fasting was a common reality as we hunted for our next meal, often not … read more