Author Archives: Rebecca Crews

Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) in Pain Relief, Gut Health, and Neuroprotection

Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) is a natural compound that your body produces in response to various forms of cellular damage. Its primary role is to promote homeostasis, which is the body’s ability to maintain a stable and balanced internal environment for optimal functioning and overall wellness. 

Therapeutic Potential of Quercetin in Allergy Management and Inflammation

Quercetin, a bioactive compound found in various fruits and vegetables, has attracted significant attention for its potential therapeutic effects against allergies. 

Study Finds Berberine Improves Obesity, Glucose, Lipids, & Liver Health in Mice

“Recent studies showed that BBR significantly reduced liver steatosis, improved insulin resistance, alleviated glucose and lipid metabolism disorders, and exhibited therapeutic effects on NAFLD in humans and mice.”

Study Shows Spermidine Enhances Blood Flow Recovery and Promotes Blood Vessel Generation in Aged Mice

A recent study evaluated the therapeutic efficacy of Spermidine for blood flow recovery and blood vessel growth after artificially blocked blood flow in mice.

“Spermidine is a naturally occurring polyamine that has shown substantial evidence of anti-aging properties”

Study Shows NR Protects the Intestine From Damage Caused by Excessive Alcohol Intake

NR Preserved Intestinal Lining Integrity During Excessive Alcohol Intake

“In particular, the intestine, as the main organ of ethanol absorption, is susceptible to serious injury from excess drinking.”

When mice were given alcohol without NR supplementation, it led to higher levels of intestinal contents entering their bloodstream, suggesting damage to the intestinal lining.