3 Simple Delicious Protein Shake Recipes From a Strength Coach
September 24 2021
How do you build a tasty protein shake that supports your health goals? A fitness coach shares the steps to create one, and offers his three favorite recipes.
Which Foods Are High In Vitamin D?
April 7 2021
Are you getting enough vitamin D? A doctor shares food sources of D vitamins, and explains why you need them in your diet.
6 Top Questions About Intermittent Fasting and Detox Diets Answered
April 2 2021
Intermittent fasting has become a popular health and weight loss strategy. A Naturopathic doctor discusses key tips to support health during a fast.
8 Natural Approaches to Lowering Blood Pressure
January 27 2020
High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a common condition that requires the heart to pump harder than desired due to increased pressure and stiffness in the arteries.
8 Natural Remedies for Heartburn and Acid Reflux
May 17 2021
Heartburn and acid reflux are common issues that can be alleviated with natural supplements, approaches, and lifestyle modifications.
8 Home Remedies for Canker Sores
October 10 2018
Canker sores are common, but they can be painful and annoying. Over-the-counter treatments are readily available, but there are a number of natural ways to hasten the healing process.
The Best Supplements to Support Memory and Brain Health As You Age
July 8 2021
Quality nutrition is key to supporting our brain health as we age. If you are showing signs of decreased brainpower or loss of memory consider these nutrients.
Harness the Health Boosting Power of Plants with Polyphenols
March 20 2020
Get a more complete picture of what polyphenols are, where to find them, and what they can do for you.
Why Do People Follow a Gluten-Free Diet?
May 18 2018
A gluten-free diet plan is most commonly associated with celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder of the small intestine where the villi are damaged.
L-Carnosine: An Underutilized Dietary Supplement
October 13 2017
Carnosine is a naturally occurring molecule composed of two amino acids, histidine and alanine. As a dietary supplement, it has been available for years. However, it is not nearly as popular as it should be based on the existing science. Carnosine functions in “excitable” tissues, such as muscle and nerve tissue, and reaches high concentrations in skeletal muscle. In these tissues it is critically important in maintaining the proper pH and electrical charge.
Cruelty-Free Bath and Beauty Products
November 30 2018
People have many different reasons for switching from conventional personal care products. Some are rightly concerned about the potentially hazardous ingredients they may contain, such as butylated hydroxyanisole and formaldehyde.
Top Tips for Addressing Acne from the Inside Out
August 5 2020
Many people are affected by acne. A doctor gives nutritional and topical product recommendations to improve skin health from the inside out.
May 10 2017
The terms “antioxidants” and “free radicals” have become pretty common in recent years. Loosely defined, a free radical is a molecule that can bind to and damage a part of the body.
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