Archive for the ‘Digestive Health’ Category

Silica – Supports Your Bones, Joints, Nails and More

One of the most abundant minerals on earth is surprisingly lacking in our diet. Silica is needed for you hair, skin, nails, bones, brain health, and so much more!

Vitamin D and Magnesium: Essential Partnership for Health

One pair for nutrients that have gotten more research and understanding is magnesium and vitamin D. Bother are needed, but the presence or absence of one affects the other.

Astaxanthin Helps Cell Clean-Up, Immunity, and Gut Health

Astaxanthin is a powerful nutrient that regulates autophagy, helps the digestive and immune systems, and slows down the process of aging.

Curcumin Helps Esophagus, Stomach, and Digestive Health

New research shows that curcumin significantly supports the health of the whole digestive system.

This is Your Brain on Pop

Recent findings show that regular soda pop consumption creates a number of unhealthy effects on the brain.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Triggered by Vaccine Adjuvant

Recent studies on adjuvants and vaccines show that these popular preventative measures are contributing to chronic fatigue syndrome and other severe consequences.

Pterostilbene — An Ancient Prized Health Tonic

Pterostilbene is a powerful anti-aging antioxidant and flavonoid for healthy blood sugar, cholesterol metabolism, weight loss, nerves and cellular health.

Antibiotics Before Flu Vaccination Alters Immune Response

Flu vaccination promotions are about to flood the market again. A recent study opens up questions and concerns on the combination of antibiotic use and flu vaccinations on health.

Back to School Stress and Nutrition

The summer is over and children are going back to school. Growing and developing strong minds and bodies requires good nutrition to manage stress and increased demands.

How Healthy Is Your Gallbladder?

A healthy digestive tract requires healthy bile flow and a gallbladder free from sludge and build-up. Learn more about how to support your gallbladder function.