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Sneezing, itchy eyes, and runny nose are common symptoms that seasonal allergy sufferers experience this time of year. Since there is no cure for allergies, most healthcare professionals recommend avoiding known allergens to reduce symptoms. The problem is that it’s ...Read More
Life is good. You’re feeling generally “healthy.” Do you still need a multivitamin? Clearly, the best way to get nutrients such as vitamins and minerals is through a healthy diet. Fruits and vegetables, legumes, lean meats, fish and dairy products ...Read More
Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the body, and it’s involved in many processes. We now refer to Glutamine as conditionally essential because there are many situations where the needs of the body are greater than its ability ...Read More
Put the pedal to the metal with Iron Has your get-up-and-go gone away? Feeling sluggish is no joke, especially when it’s caused by iron deficiency. Approximately 4% of premenopausal women are iron deficient, and certain groups including children under age ...Read More
MCT is the short-hand for medium-chain triglycerides which, as the name suggests, contain medium-length chains of fatty acids called triglycerides. Because of their relatively shorter fatty acid chain length, it’s been reported that our bodies can absorb MCT oil faster ...Read More
Not all folks find dairy their ideal source of calcium, but getting enough calcium is important for so many reasons! Calcium helps in the maintenance of teeth. Bet your teeth want to bite into that news! As for maintaining your ...Read More
There are several vitamins belonging to the “family” known as the B vitamin complex. B vitamins are coenzymes involved in numerous bodily functions in human health: the nervous system, brain function and the production of energy through the metabolization of ...Read More
Pardon the reference to the 90’s power ballad, however “my aching bones” is a familiar phrase we tend to use a little more often as we age. In reality, pain within bones is rare and in a very small percentage ...Read More
Whether you consider yourself an athlete or simply like to stay active and fit, dietary protein is essential for building lean muscle and promoting healthy metabolism. However, did you know that you might not be getting enough to meet your ...Read More
Vitamin C is arguably the single most important water soluble anti­oxidant in the human body. Antioxi­dants play a key role in protecting cells against free radicals, which can cause damage and play a role in heart disease, cancer, and other ...Read More
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