Archive for the ‘Antioxidants’ Category

Feeling the Burn: Naturally Support Skin Health & Repair

Overdid it in the sun? Discover natural ways to soothe the burn and help your skin heal.

Excessive Sweating Is a Sign You Need More Antioxidants

Are you always hot or sweating? Do you sweat excessively with exercise? Heat intolerance is a sign of a metabolic struggle that results from inadequate antioxidant stores. Here’s why.

Mangosteen Combats Superbugs, Biofilms, Protects Brain, and Helps Metabolism

Known as the Queen of Fruits in Asia, mangosteen provides valuable benefits for a vast array of health issues. Have you heard of this tropical super fruit?

9 Benefits of Milk Thistle Extract

Milk thistle is often touted for its benefits as a classic liver tonic. Milk thistle offers amazing benefits to the rest of the body though. Discover all that this medicinal plant can help with.

8 Things Your Eyes, Ears, Mouth, and Nails Tell You about Your Health

If you learn to listen to the clues of nutritional status your body provides, you can help take better care of your health and live life to the fullest.

Is Oxidative Stress Aging You Prematurely?

We can’t avoid aging altogether, but we can age as gracefully as possible by reducing oxidative stress with the help of certain nutrients.

Restless Legs Syndrome and Heart Disease Risk

Twitchy, jumpy, restless legs while trying to sleep can affect a good night’s rest. The condition has been found to be linked to certain health concerns and nutrient deficiencies.

Wellness Resources Top 10 Most Popular Supplements

These are the top 10 most popular supplements from Wellness Resources you are going to want to try. Feel the difference superior quality supplements will make for you!

Blue Light from Cell Phones Leads to Macular Degeneration

Research shows that blue light from cell phones is damaging to our eyesight and raises our risk of developing macular degeneration and blindness. Protect your eyes with these key nutrients.

Chronic Viral Infections and Telomeres

A low-grade, chronic infection can leave you feeling tired and older than you actually are. This may be a result of an exhausted immune system and aging telomeres.