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In 1845 a unique substance was discovered by French chemist Theodore Gobley in egg yolk. He called this molecule lecithin after the Greek word Lekithos for egg yolk. Lecithin went on to become a widely used substance in the food ...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
Over the past couple of decades, omega-3 fatty acids have gained popularity as a natural health supplement to support men’s health. Well known for cardioprotective properties, the fatty acids EPA and DHA (eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid) from fish oil ...Read More
We all want our kids to feel their best, thrive in school and be well nourished. But some days are hectic and getting your child to eat their green veggies (or any vegetable at all for that matter) can be ...Read More
Black Seed, also sometimes called Black Cumin Seed, dates back 5000 years as a medicinal mainstay, today 200 medical studies reveal its therapeutic uses. Anecdotally, it’s been said to “cure everything except for death!” And the research is starting to ...Read More
Omega-3 is an essential nutrient and is an important component of every cell in our body. Unfortunately, the body cannot produce this nutrient and therefore it must be obtained from our diet. Omega-3s, namely EPA and DHA, found in fatty, ...Read More
Omega-3 fatty acids are a hot topic these days – and for good reason! Omega-3 fats are found throughout the cellular membranes of our bodies and research suggests they can positively impact many aspects of our wellbeing including heart and ...Read More
Despite decades of research on the cardiovascular and cognitive benefits of omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil, most consumers have only recently become aware of the benefits of omega-3 supplementation. As the consumption of fish and fish oil for its ...Read More
Omega-3 fatty acids (EPA and DHA) are essential for good health. The human body does not make these fatty acids on its own, therefore obtaining these healthy fats through diet or supplementation is key. The main food source of Eicosapentaenoic ...Read More
Omega-3 fatty acids are a hot topic these days – and for good reason! Omega-3 fats are found throughout the cellular membranes of our bodies and research suggests they can positively impact many aspects of our health. However, since our ...Read More
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