Getting to Know the New Nutrition and Supplement Facts Label Changes

More than 20 years ago, the Nutrition Facts label was introduced in an effort to help consumers make informed food choices and maintain healthy...

Finding a Cleanse That’s Right for You

Both natural and manmade toxins, such as tobacco smoke, artificial food additives, alcohol and impurities from the air, invade our bodies daily. While the...

Natural Pain Support

According to Consumer Reports, 80% of adults say they take some kind of pain medication at least once a week. While a conventional drug...
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Amino Acids: The Building Blocks of Life

Amino acids are biologically important organic compounds that are needed for energy, to digest food and to maintain optimal health. When joined in a...
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A Focused Vision on Eye Health

Clear, central vision is essential for everyday life. However, with age, vision loss becomes a common issue. One concern is the development of age-related...
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Up-and-Coming Kitchen Spices

When thinking about spices, the first thoughts that come to mind are bright colors, strong aromas and a distinctive tastes. But, the same spices...
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Should You Be Gluten Free?

According to the 2015 International Food Information Council Food and Health Survey, more and more U.S. consumers are considering the gluten content of products...

Supporting Urologic Health: What Are Your Options?

Over 30 million individuals in the United States are living with a urologic condition that not only causes them discomfort, but can also be quite costly (1). While healthy lifestyle choices in general help maintain one’s urologic health (1), it’s also important to note the dietary and supplementation choices available to help keep problems at bay.

Green and Clean

How natural cleaning products can fit your lifestyle.You’re at the grocery store and remember you need cleaning products. You’re drawn to the earth-toned bottles....

Can Natural Remedies Boost Our Mood?

Bad moods can come and go throughout our daily grind. It might be a spilled coffee followed by a stubbed toe that sets you off. But sometimes, prolonged high-pressure situations can lead to blues that just aren’t lifting.