All Natural Allergy Relief

Author: Alex Parks | September 20, 2016
Spring and fall are two seasons welcomed by most people because of the mild temperatures and changing weather. But they are not welcomed by everyone. If you suffer from allergies, your spring and fall is accompanied by sneezing, coughing, even a runny nose. What do you do?
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Topics: fish oil, allergy, immune health, allergies, immune support

Over 30?  You Are Probably Lacking This

Author: Elizabeth Miller | September 15, 2016
  After the age of 30, you may have started to notice a few differences in your body, a few wrinkles here, a little more weight there, and of course energy starts to dwindle.
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Topics: collagen, joint pain, weight loss, arthritis

Top 3 Reasons You Have Gained Weight

Author: Elizabeth Miller | September 15, 2016
  If you have asked yourself, “why am I gaining weight?” lately, you are not alone. If you feel like you are gaining weight for no reason, you know you haven’t really changed your diet or workout routine, and it seems the scale numbers won’t stop creeping up, then this is for you.
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Topics: collagen, weight loss

3 Ways To Combat Weight Gain

Author: Elizabeth Miller | September 15, 2016
Maybe you got on the scale and were shocked at the number. Maybe you just noticed that your clothes are getting a little tight.  Maybe you have known for a while that you have been gaining weight, but you just don’t know why.
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Topics: collagen, joint pain, weight loss, weight

Stressed? Injured? Maybe You Should Try L-Glutamine

Author: Alex Parks | September 02, 2016
  Have you recently  had an injury or surgery? Do you find yourself stressed out more than a few days a month? You may need to look to a supplemental L-Glutamine to put back what your body is using.
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Topics: health, stress

Combat Aging with Acetyl-L-Carnitine and Alpha Lipoic Acid

Author: Alex Parks | August 22, 2016
    Acetyl-L-Carnitine and Alpha Lipoic Acid are made naturally in the body. They are both vital to energy production and, when put together, they have shown to have profound rejuvenating effects.
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Topics: health, anti-aging, aging

What Are Probiotics and What Do They Do?

Author: Amanda Love | August 18, 2016
You see a lot in the news today about Probiotics and probiotic supplements, but what are they, what do they do and who should take Probiotics?
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Topics: probiotics, probiotic, health, immune health, leaky gut, immune support, weight loss, immune system

Supplements for Diabetes

Author: Alex Parks | August 16, 2016
While a healthy diet and regular exercise are required to prevent or manage diabetes, there are several other ways to help alleviate issues that come with this disease. Below are 3 key supplements recommended to help control blood sugar levels.
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Topics: blood sugar, diabetes

5 Supplements for Joint Pain

Author: Alex Parks | August 11, 2016
Joint pain like arthritis can stop you in your tracks, but the good news is that are natural supplements to help with joint pain relief.
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Topics: fish oil, joint pain, arthritis, turmeric

Give It Up: Should I Go Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Sugar-Free, Or Neither?

Author: Alex Parks | August 08, 2016
  Recently, Americans have become somewhat obsessed with extreme dieting. Many are going completely gluten-free or completely dairy-free in an effort to gain benefits like weight loss, more energy, and even slower aging.
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Topics: diet, health, weight loss

3 Supplements for Beginners

Author: Alex Parks | August 02, 2016
If you're just starting out with vitamins and supplements, it's hard to know where to begin. These are the top 3 that we recommend to everyone - regardless of age or gender.
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Topics: fish oil, probiotics, probiotic, vitamins, multivitamins, supplements, multivitamin

Natural Remedies for Gout

Author: Alex Parks | July 25, 2016
If you've ever suffered from gout, you know that the pain is all you can think about during a flare-up. You don't want anything to touch that area. It's been known to bring the strongest person to tears, but what is gout and can you relieve the pain naturally?
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Topics: fish oil, turmeric, serrapeptase

What Cheeses Have the Lowest Lactose Levels?

Author: Alex Parks | July 22, 2016
Ask most people what food they just can't live without and without hesitation they'll answer - cheese! However, many people are either lactose intolerant or even just sensitive to lactose. If you fall under one of these categories, you might think cutting out cheese is the only way to go. The truth is that there are several good cheese
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Topics: calcium, health, cheese, vitamin d, lactose

Why Is My Pee Bright Yellow?

Author: Alex Parks | July 18, 2016
This may seem like a crude topic, but really...have you ever wondered why your urine is that particular shade of neon yellow? Or amber? Or almost clear? Let's look closer into what causes the change of colors.
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Topics: health

Natural Remedies For Hair Loss

Author: Alex Parks | June 30, 2016
When you're young, a few strands of hair in your brush don't really bother you. As you get a little older, however, a little twinge of panic sets in when you find a few in your brush, a few on your clothes and a few more in the tub. Am I losing my hair, and more importantly - what can I do to stop it? Here are 5 simple tips to help slow
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Topics: hair, hair vitamins, hair care

Why Should I Take Fish Oil?

Author: Alex Parks | June 28, 2016
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Topics: fish oil, heart health, cholesterol, joint pain, cholesterol. heart disease, arthritis, heart support

Vegetables to Eat for Better Health

Author: Alex Parks | June 28, 2016
Why is it so important to eat vegetables? Vegetables are low in calories, fat, and they all have 0 cholesterol. Most all vegetables are also extremely high in vitamins and minerals including vitamin C and magnesium. Ultimately, adding vegetables to your diet will decrease your risk of heart disease and type II diabetes, and they may even
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Topics: vegan, vegetables, vegetarian

How To Get 10,000 Steps A Day

Author: Alex Parks | June 23, 2016
How many steps a day should you take? 10,000 steps per day is recommended by the American Heart Association and Centers for Disease Control to help keep you fit and free of disease. 10,000 steps a day is roughly 5 miles; by getting in these steps daily, not only do you lower your BMI (Body Mass Index), increase your energy levels, or
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Topics: exercise, walking

4 Clues That You Might Be Addicted To Sugar

Author: Alex Parks | June 20, 2016
The American Heart Association recommends 30 grams of sugar per day for women and 45 grams per day for men. The truth, unfortunately, is that the average American likely consumes close to 100 grams of sugar per day, which can lead to obesity, high blood pressure, depression, headaches, and fatigue. Below are 4 signs that you may be
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Topics: diet, health, yeast, weight loss

Product Spotlight: Biotin

Author: Alex Parks | June 20, 2016
You've heard of Biotin - maybe your hairdresser has even recommended it - but you're not quite sure what it is or what it does. This product spotlight should give you the information you need to decide if this supplement is right for you.
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Topics: hair, hair vitamins, hair care

Top 10 Benefits of Coconut Oil

Author: Alex Parks | June 16, 2016
Coconut oil is one of the few foods to be classified as a “superfood,” a nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being. Below are 10 benefits of this superfood that can improve your health and quality of life.
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Topics: health, blood sugar, weight loss, supplements

Top 5 Summer Supplements For Women

Author: Alex Parks | June 14, 2016
Men and women generally require different vitamins and supplements to help specific areas of their bodies and lives. This is especially true during the hot months of the summer. Here are our Top 5 Summer Supplements for Women.
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Topics: women's health, joint pain, weight loss, supplements

The Many Benefits of Serrapeptase

Author: Alex Parks | June 06, 2016
What is Serrapeptase? Serrapeptase, also known as the Silkworm Enzyme, is a protein-destroying enzyme native to the digestive system of silkworms. Ingesting enzymes from a silkworm may at first seem unpleasant, but rather than taking yet another over-the-counter pain reliever - like ibuprofen, why not try this natural supplement that is
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Topics: sinus, infection, inflammation, joint pain, pain, serrapeptase

What Is Pea Protein Powder?

Author: Amanda Love | May 24, 2016
What is Pea Protein Powder? Whether you’re looking to boost the protein in your breakfast smoothie or want to feed your muscles after a workout, protein powder is normally the go-to ingredient. Until recently however, your choices were narrow – soy, whey or egg. That meant if you wanted to get extra protein AND avoid animal products,
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Topics: protein, protein supplement, vegan, vegetarian

8 Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

Author: Elizabeth Miller | May 20, 2016
  All-natural remedies like Apple Cider Vinegar are the rave these days. Most people would rather try something natural than resort to a medication or drastic change in diet to look and feel better; and with so many success stories out there, why not see why everyone is talking about it?
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Topics: health, diet supplements, weight loss, supplements

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