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Science Behind Green-lipped Mussel Supplements

By Res-Q editor August 25, 2016 No comments

Res-Q customers have long been fans of GlycoMarine, a joint health supplement made from green-lipped muscle extract. During a recent Res-Q Healthline radio show that featured callers talking about GlycoMarine, show host Paul Perrello and N3 Oceanic co-owner Tim Shields discussed the research behind the product. Below you will find a snapshot of that research.

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Study: EPA and DHA Help Reduce Scarring After a Heart Attack

By Res-Q editor August 17, 2016 No comments

The results of a post-heart attack clinical trial published recently in the American Heart Association’s journal Circulation are being called breakthrough. The randomized clinical trial done by researchers at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital showed that consuming 3360 milligrams of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) omega-3 fatty acids daily, paired with standard evidence-based medical care following a heart attack, reduces scarring in undamaged heart muscle and increases the heart’s ability to pump blood.

Buying Supplements? Always Do Your Research

By Res-Q editor August 16, 2016 No comments

If you recently listened to the Res-Q Healthline radio show that featured callers talking about their favorite Res-Q products, then you may have heard host Paul Perrello and N3 Oceanic co-owner Tim Shields talking about the research behind the products. During the show, Shields explained why not all products are created equal, and talked about the importance of choosing quality products with evidence to back up selected ingredients. Check out the research behind the Res-Q products discussed on the show.

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Fill Up, Fight Cravings with Fiber

By Res-Q editor August 10, 2016 No comments

If you struggle with high blood sugar, high cholesterol, digestive issues, constant food cravings or weight gain, adding fiber to your diet could help. The average person consumes as little as 12 grams of fiber a day – significantly less than the recommended 20-35 grams.

Don’t worry, getting more fiber can be pretty easy. Try these tasty recipes – and reap all the health benefits of fiber:

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Fall Asleep Naturally

By Res-Q editor August 9, 2016 No comments

One of our recent Res-Q Healthline radio shows focused on sleep. The show featured callers who use the Res-Q PM products to fall and stay asleep. During the show, host Paul Perrello and N3 Oceanic co-owner Tim Shields talked about the research that went into the formula and why each ingredient was chosen. You can check out that research below.

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Lowering Cholesterol with Red Yeast Rice and Fish Oil

By Res-Q editor August 4, 2016 No comments

If you recently listened to the Res-Q Healthline radio show on cholesterol, then you likely heard radio show host Paul Perrello, N3 Oceanic co-owner Tim Shields and cardiologist Jeff Shapiro, MD, talk about the research behind omega-3s and red yeast rice for cholesterol control.

Research Studies Show Health Benefits of Omega-3s

By Res-Q editor July 29, 2016 No comments

If you recently listened to the Res-Q Healthline radio show on omega-3s, then you likely heard Paul Perrello and Tim Shields talk about the research behind the discussed health benefits. The links below provide a snapshot of this research.

These studies were chosen because they are closely related to the health benefits people talked about during the radio show. There are hundreds of additional studies that define the health benefits of omega-3s.

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Sitting Too Much May Be Killing You

By Res-Q editor July 28, 2016 No comments

You’ve likely heard the expression, “Sitting is the new smoking.” Although some studies indicate this may not be entirely true, researchers remain united on the fact that too much sitting is definitely bad – and not just for your saddlebags. Studies have time and again concluded that prolonged sitting increases the risk of developing several serious illnesses, ranging from osteoporosis to cancer to heart disease to type 2 diabetes.

So, what is it about sitting that’s so detrimental to your health? Here’s a snapshot of what’s happening inside your body every time you take a seat and settle in to stay – whether you’re parking it on your office chair or your comfy couch.