Archive for the ‘Women’s Health’ Category

Mothers Need Vitamin C for Healthy Offspring

Vitamin C affects your body at the core of cellular division, DNA methylation and is critical for mental sharpness. Two recent studies on vitamin C have been very popular in medical press.

Acetyl-L-Carnitine for Brain Health, Blood Sugar, Fertility and More

Acetyl-l-carnitine is an important nutrient for memory, mood, nerves, brain cells, sperm and egg cells, mitochondria, pregnancy, blood sugar health, heart and other functions in the…

E-cigarettes and Vaping – Not Just Harmless Water Vapor

E-cigarette use has dramatically increased in a short time and has caused alarm with the CDC, health professionals, schools and parents.

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.

Type II Collagen Supports Joints and Repair

In the quest to keep your joints and cartilage cells healthy, we are introducing a new tool in your nutritional team: undenatured type-II collagen called UC-II®.

Exercise Endurance and Energy Linked to Gut Health

Your gut health has a direct impact on your physical endurance, stamina, and recovery due to the inter-relationship of gut flora to mitochondria.

Healthy Gut Flora Is Essential – Are You Taking the Right Probiotics?

The gut microbiome affects your entire body. Here are some highly researched strains of probiotics shown to improve health.

5G Wireless Looming, Health Concerns Abound

Implementation of 5G wireless communications across the United States will have a lasting impact on the health of the world.

Eye Health and Gut Health Linked

The recently discovered “gut-retina axis” describes a delicate inter-relationship between gut flora, immune cells that signal the retina, and the eye microbiome.