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Diabetes and COVID-19

Individuals with underlying health concerns are most at risk of COVID-19. Emerging research is showing the increased risk for those with diabetes.

Protect Your Cell Membranes and Health with Calcium AEP

Calcium AEP is a unique nutrient that helps keep your body’s cell membranes working properly. Since there are a multitude of cells in the body, calcium AEP helps in many aspects of our health.

Zinc Essential for Immunity, Sense of Smell, and More

Zinc is the second most abundant trace mineral in the body. Your body needs this essential mineral for thousands of functions: are you getting enough?

New Optimized Curcumin for Brain Health

Curcumin, the active compound found in turmeric, has been widely used for a variety of health issues. A new optimized form of curcumin now offers increased health benefits.

Stress, Panic and Self Care

Feeling stressed, anxious, worn out? Nutritional fortification and rest helps you better interpret, manage and recover from stress.

Diesel Exhaust Causes Strain on Heart, Brain, Liver, Lungs, and Pancreas

Sitting behind a diesel exhaust spewing bus or truck, or if you live near a filling station with diesel trucks idling, you know the unpleasant scent. It is more than just a scent or odor that you…

Health Clues and Tips for Your Heart and Weight : Part II

Cardiovascular health is so much more than having the “right cholesterol numbers”. At the core of heart health, we need to be aware of healthy cholesterol and other risk factors.

Health Clues and Tips for Your Heart and Weight

Body measurements along with other key pieces of info can help gauge health risks with heart, blood sugar and weight management to empower you towards making healthier choices.

Oat Beta Glucan – Nature’s Heart Healthy Wonder

Fiber intake from wholesome foods and supplemental sources like oat beta glucan provide more benefits than you likely ever imagined.

Top 10 Health Stories of 2019

Current events, cutting-edge research, and delving deep into the literature this past year brought a great diversity in topics written for the Wellness Resources weekly newsletter.