Archive for the ‘Energy/ Fatigue’ Category

Taking a Multivitamin? Check Your Label

With so many different multiple vitamin options, how do you know which one to choose? Use these tips to help you with your selection.

Are You Taking Folate or Folic Acid? Read This First

You are going out of your way to take supplements but do you know the difference between folate and folic acid? Discover which form of vitamin B9 the body prefers and why.

Gut Motility: Fundamentals to Master for Metabolism, Weight Management, and Gut

Gut motility and the MIgrating Motor Complex (MMC) are essential to a healthy gut and gut flora, as well as healthy blood sugar, leptin, weight management and feeling satisfied at meals.

4 Natural Ways to Boost Energy

Feeling tired all the time? Use these four tips to help boost your energy levels naturally.

The Immune System Requires Healthy Mitochondria

New evidence reveals that the powerhouses of your cells are at the root of immunity. Are your mitochondria healthy?

The Mighty Mitochondria

Your mitochondria are your cell’s engines that make energy. Learn how to support mitochondrial health!

Magnesium: A Notable Mineral Essential for Life

The list of activities that magnesium is involved with is like the Who’s Who of elite physiology. Discover why magnesium is one mineral you don’t want to be lacking.

Quality Spotlight: Compare B Vitamins

B vitamins are easily depleted and supplementation can make a big difference to your health. Check the labels of your supplements and be sure you are only buying the high quality forms of B vitamins.

Grumpy and Exhausted? Support Your Mitochondria, Brain, Adrenals

Fatigue that doesn’t improve with a good night’s rest? Our society might value a 70-hour work week but our bodies do not. Learn how to recover from vital exhaustion and unrelenting fatigue.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Neuroinflammation: Peeling the Onion

The current hypotheses and findings allow validation, insight and management for those who struggle with CFS/ME and similar complex disorders.