Dr. Bryce B. Wylde

Bio

Specialties:

Affiliation:

  • Director, Natural Medicine

Location:

  • P3Health
  • 145 Front St E
  • Woodbridge

Activity

  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
    Dr. Bryce B. Wylde has posted a video:

    What Are the Health Benefits of Rhubarb?

    Rhubarb has great antioxidant benefits; but it also has astringent qualities that make it a great tool for oral health care. Watch alternative medicine expert Bryce Wylde explain how to make a rhubarb rinse that can improve the health of your gums.
  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
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    What Are the Health Benefits of Rosemary?

    Rosemary is a beautiful and delicious herb for cooking; but it can also be used to treat thinning hair. Watch alternative medicine expert Bryce Wylde explain how rosemary can help increase blood flow to your hair follicles and slow thinning hair.
  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
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    What Are Slippery Elm Supplements?

    If you have acid reflux, slippery elm supplements can help coat the digestive tract and prevent symptoms from surfacing. Watch alternative medicine expert Bryce Wylde explain why slippery elm supplements could be a healthy addition to your diet.
  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
    Dr. Bryce B. Wylde answered:

    What is Sharecare?

    Sharecare is an interactive social question and answer platform designed to make the search for high quality healthcare information easy while having the best in the world answer your questions on health related topics.
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  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
    Dr. Bryce B. Wylde answered:

    What are antioxidants?

    The subject of human health is almost unimaginably vast, and our body’s interactions with our surroundings are almost too complex to grasp. Deep within every cell of our body there are chemicals that rob us of our health. But, even if we were able to round every one of them up and do them in, we’d be the ones to suffer...Read More
  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
    Dr. Bryce B. Wylde answered:

    Do antioxidants fight aging?

    We can think of aging as the accumulation of random damage to the building blocks of life -- especially to the DNA and to certain proteins, carbohydrates and fats. This damage begins early and eventually exceeds the body’s self-repair capabilities. It gradually impairs the functioning of cells, tissues,...Read More
  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
    Dr. Bryce B. Wylde answered:

    What are the health benefits of basil?

    Basil adds tremendous health benefits to your diet when you eat it; but applied topically, it can also be helpful for treating acne. In this video, alternative medicine expert Bryce Wylde explains how basil can be used to fight acne and skin aging.  Read More
  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
    Dr. Bryce B. Wylde answered:

    Is there an antioxidant checklist?

    Many research projects now underway suggest we should eat foods that have the highest oxygen radical absorbance capacity (ORAC). According to the latest scientific consensus, our best nutritional routine is based on foods that have the strongest antioxidant power; have beneficial, gene-modifying capacity;...Read More
  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
    Dr. Bryce B. Wylde answered:

    What are the health benefits of spinach?

    Spinach doesn’t just give Popeye stronger forearms; it offers significant protection for our vision. Lutein is the antioxidant found in spinach and a crucial nutrient for the health of the human eye.

    Studies have demonstrated that people who eat spinach are less likely to develop cataracts...Read More
  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
    Dr. Bryce B. Wylde answered:

    What are the health benefits of tomatoes?

    Regular consumption of tomatoes has been associated with decreased risk of chronic degenerative diseases. Tomatoes contain the antioxidant lycopene, which is actually more powerful than beta-carotene or glutathione, which boosts immune and liver function.

    Those with sensitivities to the...Read More
  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
    Dr. Bryce B. Wylde answered:

    What are the health benefits of chocolate?

    The cacao “bean” is the seed of the cacao tree, a native of South America. The bean itself is bitter, but when processed as chocolate, the result is delicious.

    Research has demonstrated that the antioxidants in cacao are exceptionally easily absorbed and ever so useful to our body. Cornell University food...Read More
  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
    Dr. Bryce B. Wylde answered:

    What are the health benefits of drinking coffee?

    Coffee has received some negative press in the past, primarily because of its well-known jangly effects when taken to excess. But coffee in small amounts is very good for you.

    Beyond adding a jolt of mental alertness, coffee has a significant antioxidant effect, and may have an inverse association with...Read More
  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
    Dr. Bryce B. Wylde answered:

    What are the benefits of soy?

    The well-studied health benefits of soy, for women and men, stem from its phytoestrogens—natural plant estrogens that resemble estrogens in the body but are weaker and help prevent cancer.

    A family of phytoestrogens called isoflavones includes a compound called genistein, also found in soy....Read More
  • Dr. Bryce B. Wylde - Woodbridge,  - Alternative & Complementary Medicine
    Dr. Bryce B. Wylde answered:

    What are the health benefits of whole grains?

    Our morning bowl of cereal is a potent source of phytochemicals as long as it’s the whole-grain variety. “Whole grain” doesn’t have to mean “whole wheat.” Millet, quinoa, kasha, and amaranth grains are creating a revolution in our food tastes.

    Nor does it necessarily mean a dark brown piece of...Read More