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#45 How to optimize the recovery of an Achilles injury using Transcriptomics

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Introduction: In this case, we present a 35-year-old athlete who experienced an Achilles tendon injury during training. This incident led to significant challenges, including persistent pain, mobility limitations, and a notable decline in sports performance.   The cause?   Through detailed clinical analysis, we identified the underlying causes of his Achilles tendon injury, including muscular imbalances, inefficient … Read more

#44 Improving sleep and rest with transcriptomics

Introduction: We present the case of a 53-year-old man who has been experiencing various health and well-being issues. His lifestyle includes a diet rich in red meat, cow’s dairy, and processed foods. Additionally, he typically sleeps less than 5 hours per day and faces a constant level of stress and anxiety. His medical history reveals … Read more

#43 The Connection Between Body Weight and Brain Inflammation

Introduction: Obesity, a condition characterized by excessive accumulation of body fat, not only affects physical health but also has significant impacts on brain health. In recent years, research has unveiled an intriguing connection between obesity and neuroinflammation, a phenomenon characterized by inflammation of brain tissue. In this blog, we will explore how excess weight can … Read more

#42 Fruit and Liver Health: A Relationship That Doesn’t Always Work

Introduction: The connection between fruit and liver health is a topic of growing interest, especially in specific cases such as individuals with overweight or a tendency to accumulate more visceral fat. In these instances, how the liver metabolizes fructose, the predominant sugar in fruits, can have significant consequences for liver health. Natural Sugars and Hepatic … Read more

#39: Why you shouldn’t apply ice after an injury?

Introduction The application of ice has long been a commonly recommended method for treating injuries and reducing inflammation. However, in recent decades, several scientific studies have questioned the effectiveness and appropriateness of this approach. In this blog, we will explore the scientific evidence suggesting that applying ice after an injury may not be as beneficial … Read more

#37 Incorporate These Foods into Your Diet and Forget About Supplementation

A balanced diet providing all essential nutrients often leads to considering the use of supplements. However, nature provides us with a variety of foods rich in essential nutrients that can meet our needs without the need for supplements. In this blog, we will explore the inclusion of certain foods in your daily diet, supported by … Read more

#36 5 Supplements Recommended by Longevity Experts for a Fulfilling and Enduring Life

In the world of nutrition, supplementation refers to the use of additional products to complement the diet with specific nutrients, such as vitamins and minerals. These supplements aim to address deficiencies, enhance performance, or meet specific needs but should not replace a balanced and varied diet. Their consumption should be supervised by healthcare professionals.  After … Read more

#35 Neurochemical Harmony: Dopamine, Serotonin, and Keys to a Healthy Mind

The neurotransmitters dopamine and serotonin weave the threads of our emotions, influencing our mental and emotional well-being. These chemical messengers play crucial roles, and understanding their function provides invaluable insight into how we can cultivate a balanced and healthy mind. Dopamine: Beyond Instant Pleasure Often called the “pleasure molecule,” dopamine goes beyond orchestrating our pleasurable … Read more

#34 Lights, Colors, Longevity! The Scientific Connection Between Color Therapy and Health 

Have you ever contemplated the profound impact of colors and lights on your overall well-being? The ancient practice of chromotherapy, also known as color therapy, might not only be aesthetically pleasing but could hold the key to unlocking various health benefits and promoting longevity, backed by scientific evidence.  Exploring the Roots of Chromotherapy  Chromotherapy involves … Read more

#27 Biological clocks and biomarkers: Tools for monitoring “Inflammaging”

Aging is a natural and inevitable process that affects all living beings, including humans. As we age, we experience changes in our systems and tissues that can impact our health and well-being. One of the aging-related phenomena that has garnered the attention of scientists in recent years is “inflammaging,” which refers to inflammatory aging. What … Read more