Nutrition, Digestive Health, Longevity, Mental Health
Stephanie is a writer and editor who has been writing for leading health magazines and websites for the past decade. Personal experiences with chronic Lyme disease and microscopic colitis have fuelled her passion for healthy living, preventative medicine, and getting to “the root” of various mystery ailments.
Stephanie received B.S. in Journalism with a minor in Nutrition from Syracuse University, where she graduated summa cum laude in 2009. Shortly after, she obtained her holistic health coaching certification through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She is a full-time freelance writer and part-time student working toward becoming a registered dietitian.
An estimated one billion people worldwide, and about 42 percent of adults in the United States, are deficient in vitamin D, according to recent scientific research studies. That’s a big problem, since this nutrient is crucial for everything from normal bone growth to regulating immune function to proper glucose metabolism to reducing inflammation.
Every year, about 1.5 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes, a condition characterized by chronically elevated blood sugar levels that can lead to serious complications over time.
Your arteries are the largest of your body’s blood vessels, and they play the crucial role of delivering oxygen and nutrients to every organ, tissue, and cell. So, to say that keeping these vital channels in tip-top shape is important for your health is a bit of an understatement.
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imaware™ provides laboratory testing for wellness monitoring, informational, and educational use.
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