Supplements that Support Immunity Against Respiratory Infections Like COVID-19

    At InsideTracker, we've always been here to provide you with science-based guidance and the essential truths about your blood and genetic biomarkers—and now is no different. We noticed an influx of misinformation spreading about immunity and respiratory infections like COVID-19, and it's times like these when we feel we have a role to fill. Respiratory infections (also called respiratory tract infections) affect the sinuses, throat, airways or lungs, and include a range of illnesses from ...

    Key nutrients for vegetarians, vegans and raw vegans

    Are you eating a meatless diet? Many people are opting for plant-based diets either to prevent cruelty to animals or to help save the resources (land, energy, and water) used to produce meat. Others avoid meat for health-related reasons. For example, a recent study found that the life expectancy for vegetarians was greater than for meat-eaters. Vegetarians in the study had lower rates of heart disease than participants who reported eating meat. Vegetarian diets tend to be higher in fiber and ...

    Do You Have a Zinc Deficiency? Why Athletes Should Pay Attention to Zinc

    Are you losing weight? Are your wounds healing more slowly? Has your endurance dropped? If so, you may have a zinc deficiency. This mineral is essential to maintaining good health and optimizing athletic performance. In fact, athletes need to pay special attention to their zinc consumption because of its key functions in the body. Healthy cell division and metabolism depend on having enough zinc; it aids in repairing your tissues after exercise. Zinc also plays a role in hormone production, ...

    Vegging out: Nutrient considerations for no-meat athletes

      There are several reasons why people decide to adopt a vegetarian diet; some do so for health reasons (vegetarian diets have been shown to lower cholesterol over time), some for environmental reasons (animal production is far more resource-intensive than plant food production), and some for ethical reasons (relating to the treatment of animals in concentrated feeding operations).

    How Much Do You Know About Zinc?

    Are you getting enough zinc?  Zinc is a mineral important to maintain good health and optimize athletic performance year-round. It's a vital part of healthy cell metabolism, immune function, protein and DNA synthesis, and wound healing. If you’re not convinced that you should be paying attention to zinc, keep in mind it's also important for healthy heart, cholesterol levels, respiratory system and low inflammation levels!  
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