We live or perhaps it is best said we have evolved into a day and age when the term transparency has reached its pinnacle. It started with Facebook and seemed to flow into the twitter sphere when we painfully become aware that people enjoyed sharing some of their most intimate moments.
Cranberry is now becoming a superfruit. We’re still discovering its many health benefits such as oral health care. But not all cranberry products are the same and not all lab testing is the same. Adulteration and manipulation of labels of cranberry products within the cranberry industry are rampant.
Thanks to public messaging, we are all aware of the negative health consequences of smoking. Cigarette smoke contains a number of poisons and toxins such as carbon monoxide, cadium, arsenic, cyanide, benzene, ammonia, formaldehyde and many more. Even nicotine is a poison, used to kill insects. Of coursem it is always advisable to quit smoking. However, there are many ways to become healthier before quitting, that will also make it easier to give up the habit later.
April 22 marks the 46th anniversary of Earth Day—the day set aside to celebrate the Earth and learn more about the environment. Founded in 1970 and now celebrated worldwide in more than 193 countries, today's historic celebration will be highlighted by the signing of the landmark Paris Climate Agreement. Leaders from 160 countries including the United States and China will participate today.
With widespread consumer concerns regarding mandatory GMO labeling and legislation to support the endeavor, consumers and natural products manufacturers may be ignoring or overlooking the importance of choosing certified organic to avoid exposure to harmful pesticides.
Super foods are the new normal, with just about everyone incorporating the benefits of the new supermarket staple. Held at the Anaheim Convention Center, March 9-13, 2016 the Natural Products Expo West 2016 showcased the best and most exciting new products in the super food realm.
Many experts agree that we are what we eat. Aside from food, our health and overall wellbeing is also contingent upon what products we put on our skin, the household cleaners we use in our homes and many other factors. To that end, we can safely say that what we put onto our bodies is equally important as what we put into our bodies. As the biggest organ of the human body, our skin needs to be nurtured, nourished and properly taken care of each and every day.