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The ability of plants to synthesize their own vitamin E is among the critical biochemical processes for the evolution of life on earth. There are eight naturally occurring forms of vitamin E found in nature, they’re broken down into two ...Read More
During this unique time, why not take advantage of self-isolation and give your skin the nourishment it needs? These tips can be used during quarantine and once social gatherings are resumed, your skin will be glowing!   Eating a healthy ...Read More
For millennia, humans have relied upon the innate wisdom of food to promote health and longevity. From supporting muscle development through a protein-rich diet to curbing the harmful effects of scurvy or rickets with citrus fruits and dairy products; we’ve ...Read More
As our male population ages, prostate health becomes an increasingly common concern. The prostate is a walnut-sized gland found only in men, it produces a slightly acidic fluid that makes up part of the semen. The function of this fluid ...Read More
Each of our five senses - touch, taste, smell, hearing and sight – is a precious gift that helps us experience the joys of life. When asked which sense we would be most afraid to lose, however, the majority of ...Read More
Bones are typecast as rigid, calcium laden organs which collectively make up the skeletal system. The key word here is “organ”. In addition to their supporting role for the body, anchoring tendons and ligaments critical for mobility, bones also produce ...Read More
A youthful, vibrant body, at any age, must have a strong structural foundation — meaning your skeleton. However, one in four women and one in eight men over the age of 50 have osteoporosis. In Canada, more women die each ...Read More
The geographic sourcing of a natural medicinal ingredient can have a major impact on the quality and effectiveness of the ingredient. Tea tree oil is a prime example of the importance of proper sourcing. The essential oil of the tea ...Read More
Stress, aging, exposure to pesticides, man-made chemicals, too much or too little exercise, or improper nutrition can all affect the delicate balance of hormones.  One of the most prominent causes of PMS related symptoms, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, fibrocystic breast disease; ...Read More
D-Mannose is a simple sugar that occurs naturally in some plants, including cranberries, blueberries, peaches and apples. 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
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