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The prostate gland is a small, walnut-sized organ located just under the bladder. It surrounds the urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder. The prostate has a dual function as part of the excretory and the reproductive systems. ...Read More
Discussions around adrenal fatigue usually center around women. But men need to care for their adrenals too, and when things go amiss, their specific nutritional and supplement needs can be different from women's. In this article, we take a look ...Read More
What is osteoporosis? Your body’s 206 bones are living, ever-changing tissue. Throughout life, your body continuously creates new bone while breaking down and absorbing the old. Your entire skeleton will be replaced every 7 to 20 years (estimates vary), and ...Read More
You may have noticed that γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA) is a popular supplement ingredient found either as a stand alone or in a formula for stress and/or sleep. What is GABA? GABA by definition is both an amino acid (although it ...Read More
Plant proteins have definitely acquired a bad rap. It began decades ago, when folks thought that plants provided incomplete proteins that tasted terrible, were hard to digest and – perhaps the worst – produced painful and socially unacceptable gas. But ...Read More
Osteoporosis, the weakening of the bones due to bone mineral loss, afflicts over two million Canadians, with many more going undiagnosed. The disease is associated with increased bone fractures and a loss of independence. It primarily affects menopausal women. Women can lose ...Read More
When you think about probiotics, do your thoughts meander to your digestive tract? It makes sense: your intestines offer up about 250 square metres of living space for bacteria to call home. But your ability to host bacteria extends far ...Read More
Fermentation is the perfect example of how life and foods combine to create perfect harmony and balance. All traditional cultures across the world fermented their most prized foods including soy, cocoa, grapes, maca, baobab, turmeric, ginseng etc. It was in ...Read More
D-Mannose is a simple sugar that occurs naturally in some plants, including cranberries, blueberries, peaches and apples. D-Mannose exists in two forms, alpha and beta. The alpha form is mild and sweet, while the beta form is bitter. The natural ...Read More
Collagen is the most common protein in the body. It is an essential structural element of the human body found mostly in the extracellular matrix of most connective tissues. Collagen comprises 80% of our dry skin weight - it is ...Read More
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