Archive for the ‘Antioxidants’ Category

Joint Health Depends on Healthy Mitochondria

Your joint health relies on healthy mitochondria. Regular exercise, a healthy diet, and antioxidant support are the best things you can do to keep your joints feeling young.

Coenzyme Q10: Cornerstone of Your Energy Supply Chain

Coenzyme Q10 is a key nutrient to consider as the amount your body produces declines with age. It is essential for energy production, as an antioxidant, and for overall wellbeing.

Is Stress Affecting Your Heart Health?

Every day stress has a profound impact on your heart health. Learn what you can do to protect your heart health.

Mitochondria: Your Battery Pack for Thyroid, Adrenals and Stress Tolerance

The health of your mitochondria impacts your overall health in a number of ways. Are your batteries fully charged?

2021 Year in Review: A Time to Take Charge of Your Health

In 2021, our lives continued to be stressed in all different directions. Daily review of pandemic numbers, public service messages on vaccines, the whiplash effect of ever-changing rules, and…

Resveratrol for Skin, Brain, Heart Health

Anti-aging benefits of the red-wine compound resveratrol range from skin health to cognitive function and even a healthy metabolism.

Carnosine for Skin Cell Health, Stress Tolerance, Blood Sugar

Carnosine is a great antioxidant that supports healthy aging in a variety of ways. It cleans up old cells in the skin, debris in the brain and heart, buffers lactic acid and helps stress tolerance!

Squalene – Benefits Beyond Skin Health

Squalene is an oil that not only helps with dry and cracked skin, but also enhances antioxidant levels, cholesterol metabolism, and even detoxification pathways.

Remarkable Tocotrienols for Cardiovascular, Brain, Immune Health and More

The superior form of vitamin E, tocotrienols, are powerful antioxidants with anti-aging benefits.

Glyphosate in Water, Soil, Food – Protect Your Health

Glyphosate, found in Roundup, has been the focus of recent studies. Take the time to think about how its use may be affecting your environment, food sources, and health.