Zinc as a Supplement

The human body uses zinc to heal wounds, for the immune system, and for growth. Too little zinc in one’s diet leads to a zinc deficiency. Zinc is also used on the skin for diaper rashes and to put on wounds. Other things zinc has been used for: acne, sickle cell anemia, ADHD, and ulcers. […]

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The Importance of Vitamin B12

What is Vitamin B12? Vitamin B12 is essential for normal nervous system and brain functions, and in blood formation. Vitamin B12 is also an integral part of DNA synthesis. Vitamin B12 Deficiency The older a person gets, the more common vitamin B12 deficiency is. The Mayo Clinic estimates that about 5 to 15% of adults […]

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Reduce Joint Pain Naturally

You might experience pain in the joints from over exercising or from an inflammatory disorder like arthritis. Taking care of the entire body is the best way to ensure joint health, so keeping a healthy body weight and an exercise routine is a great first step. Luckily there are some supplements that you can take […]

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Get a Handle on Your IBS

Irritable bowl syndrome is everything its name suggests and more. When someone has the symptoms of IBS they are experiencing in changes in how the GI tack is working, but since it is not actually being damaged in the process there is always hope for controlling the symptoms if not full out recovery from the […]

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A recent study on mice reveals that aerobic exercise could slow blindness in humans.

Fact: More than 2 million Americans have age-related macular degeneration (AMD), which is the main cause of blindness in older adults (source: American Academy of Ophthalmology). What causes Age-related Macular Degeneration? Age-related macular degeneration happens when special light sensing nerve cells (photoreceptors) in the retina start to die. These special nerve cells are located at […]

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Promising New Progress in Prostate Cancer Research

Prostate cancer is considered the most common type of cancer found in men, and is the second leading cause of death in men. 233,000 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed in the U.S. in 2014. Prostate cancer will claim an estimated 29,480 lives in the U.S. in 2014. (Source: American Cancer Society) UK […]

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Greater Mental Clarity With Ashwaghanda

There are many alternatives to prescription medicines to deal with an unclear mind or the persistent anxiety that seems to go along with it. Some of the alternatives are natural herbs that not only help your day to day brain function and memory, but can increase your mood and protect your body from degenerating over […]

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MaxGenics Ultra Burn Results

WHAT MAXGENICS ULTRA BURN DID FOR ME Every supplement company out there makes a fat burner. I mean, it seems like every day there’s something new coming out. With so many on the market its hard to choose which one to pick one. I was looking for  a fat burner because I had surgery on […]

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Foods Rich in Probiotics

You may know by now that probiotics can be an important thing to get in your body whether through diet or supplement form. The good bacteria in them that populate the body help to keep your immune system functioning well and can bring peace to the digestive system. Taking a probiotic in pill form can […]

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Tired, Bloated & Irritable? You May Have a Serious Infection.

After a certain age, you start to feel as though everything you do exhausts you. The anxiety of daily life can break you down, making it easy to excuse away your irritability and fatigue as simple symptoms of stress. But what do you do if your symptoms aren’t caused by stress, but by a fungus […]

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