You might think that exercising would exacerbate joint pain, but that’s not the case. In order to remain flexible and promote a healthy range-of-motion, joints do need to be worked… however the intensity of the exercise must be kept low.Read More »
What’s for lunch? Rather than head to the greasy take-out joint or send kids to the school cafeteria, have a lunch that’s worth looking forward to by packing your lunches at home. By making and taking your lunches, you can stay in control of your portions and select better ingredients to maintain a healthy lifestyle. With these six tasty tips, a healthier lunch is in the bag!Read More »
Stress has been with us since the beginning of time. That’s not necessarily bad. Short-term stress can generate the motivation necessary to convert thought into action, whether that action is planting a garden, meeting a deadline, or escaping from a fire or flood. In fact, stress has been the force behind much of humankind’s progress through the ages. Learn more about the stress response and 8 stress-busting nutrients.Read More »
A little less than half of the consumers surveryed still didn't understand exactly what GMO's are - but nearly half expressed that they wanted to know exactly what's in the food they eat.Read More »
CoQ10 is a vitamin-like nutrient naturally present in every cell of the body, and helps the cells produce energy.Read More »
A new discovery links vitamin K with the protective sheaths and membranes around neurons; the nerve cells that process and transmit signals in the brain and body. Earlier studies found vitamin K supports memory, and cognition can decline when drugs deplete vitamin K, leading doctors to test for a link between vitamin K and cognition in older adults.Read More »
A little less than half of the consumers surveyed still didn't understand exactly what GMO's are - but nearly half expressed that they wanted to know exactly what's in the food they eat.Read More »
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