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Heat Shock Proteins & HSP70: How to Increase Them

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Heat shock proteins are created by cells. While they can help protect cells and prevent some diseases, heat shock proteins can also lead to artery problems or cancer. Read more below to find out about the benefits and drawbacks of heat shock proteins.

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PPAR Delta: Burn Fat & Become an Endurance Athlete

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PPAR delta is important for heart function, energy production, endurance capacity, reducing inflammation and reducing obesity. We have made eating healthy and staying in the best shape of your life easier than ever, the Lectin Avoidance Diet Cookbook contains tons of delicious recipes that make eating healthy enjoyable and effortless.

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Vitamin D Receptor Gene: Ways to Activate it, Calcitriol, Benefits

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The Vitamin D Receptor has many really important functions. People mistakenly believe that to get Vitamin D related benefits, they need to supplement with Vitamin D3. Often, vitamin D3 isn’t enough. Calcitriol (active vitamin D) is not what your doctor would usually test, even though it can tell you a lot about your health. However, you […]

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Liver X Receptors (LXR): Detoxing, Weight & Fighting Infections

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LXR helps metabolize fat, decrease inflammation (especially in gut), fight infections, improve glucose tolerance and detox.  Read on if you have issues with these.

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Glucocorticoid Receptors: Gateways to Control Your Levels of Stress, Inflammation, & Anxiety

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Glucocorticoid receptors are a type of receptors on the outside of our cells that transmit signals from glucocorticoids, such as cortisol. Poor glucocorticoid receptor function due to chronic stress and high CRH can lead to cortisol resistance, which explains why stress can increase inflammation, autoimmunity, and cause weight gain. Read this post to learn more […]

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AP-1 (Activating Protein-1) & How to Inhibit it Naturally

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AP-1 (Activating protein-1) is a transcription factor that controls various cellular processes including differentiation, proliferation, and apoptosis. These proteins were primarily considered as oncogenic, but recent studies have challenged this view. Continue to read to know more about the various effects of AP-1 on Cancer and other factors in Human health.

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Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor (AhR)

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The aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) is responsible for helping cell growth and response to outside factors that test the body’s immune system response. AhRs are necessary for cell differentiation and growth in various organ systems to keep homeostasis. AhRs are important and necessary in promoting a healthy lifestyle away from disease and infection due to […]

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