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Summertime Nutritional Tips for Sun, Fun, and the Bumps that Go With Them

Read on for tips for fun in the sun this summer! From sun and heat to bugs, picnics, and traveling, here are some resources for you to stay healthy.

Cartilage and Brain Health Linked with Mitochondria and Circadian Rhythm

Systemic chronic inflammation and disrupted circadian rhythms wear down your body. It is shown that they adversely affect your cartilage and brain health – a surprising connection!

Turmeric – Why You Should Be Taking This Amazing Nutrient

The familiar golden spice, Turmeric, has been used for centuries and has numerous health benefits – from cell repair to skin health.

Hyaluronic Acid Prized for Skin, Joints, Dental and Body Repair

This compound’s anti-aging effects work on the skins surface as well as deep within the body.

Natural Support for Menstrual Discomfort

Are you eating an inflammatory diet? Higher levels of certain inflammatory compounds contribute to more uterine cramping in the few hours before or the first day of the menses.

Social Isolation and Stress Management

Social isolation has taken a toll on so many during these times. It is a great challenge is to manage the underlying physical stress that isolation can silently cause.

Taking Statins? Protect Your Muscles and Mitochondria

About one in four adults over 40 takes a statin drug to lower cholesterol. Protection of mitochondria with nutrition can assist your body in management of statin induced toxic stress.

Cinnamon Supports Blood Sugar Health, Fat Burning, and Immune Defense

Well-known for its support with healthy glucose metabolism, cinnamon also provides antioxidant support neutralizing free radicals and aids in a healthy, balanced immune system among other benefits.

Stevia – The Dark Side of This Natural Sweetener

Stevia has gained substantial popularity as a natural no-calorie sweetener in the last several years. Do you ever wonder how stevia affects your body besides its no-calorie sweet taste?

Your Sweet Tooth Adversely Impacts Gut and Brain Health

Your taste buds and brain go crazy for sugar just thinking about it. There is no doubt that sugar intake provides a pleasurable sensation, but high consumption comes with a cost.