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  1. Are You Tired of Being Tired? How to Optimize Your Iron Levels

    Are You Tired of Being Tired? How to Optimize Your Iron Levels

    Are You Tired of Being Tired? How to Optimize Your Iron Levels

    Do you ever feel fatigued for long periods of time or even years? It might be time to take a hard look at your daily intake of iron. Low iron levels can lead to feeling tired. Did you know that foods rich in natural vitamin C can contribute to how well your body absorbs iron? Maybe Popeye was onto something with all that spinach he ate?  
  2. What Should You Eat to Fuel Your Workout?

    What Should You Eat to Fuel Your Workout?

    What Should You Eat to Fuel Your Workout?

    When you invest time in your health and wellness at the gym, it is important to make sure that your nutrition matches your effort. If your goal is to get stronger, run farther, or simply fuel your body with high-quality nutrition, keep some basic principles in mind.  
  3. Get Ready for 2022: Our Top 4 Tips

    Get Ready for 2022: Our Top 4 Tips

    Get Ready for 2022: Our Top 4 Tips

    Start your new year with a bang by recentering and focusing on your own lifestyle priorities. What would you like to focus on . . . weight loss? A new fitness routine? Better immune health? Right now is your best time to adopt the lifestyle strategies that will help you form a stronger, healthier body and calmer mind.  
  4. What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Do You Have It?

    What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Do You Have It?

    What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Do You Have It?

    As temperatures continue to fall and the sun sets earlier in the day, you may notice yourself feeling more lethargic and sadder than usual. A type of depression, known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (or SAD), can cause mood changes beginning in the fall and winter and lasting until spring or early summer. More than just “winter blues,” these symptoms can feel overwhelming and may interfere with your day-to-day functioning.  
  5. Why Is Iron So Important to Your Health?

    Why Is Iron So Important to Your Health?

    Why Is Iron So Important to Your Health?

    Of course, you’re already aware that your body requires many vitamins and minerals to keep it thriving. Of these, iron is among the most critical that your body needs. Iron makes up a large part of hemoglobin, a key protein that carries oxygen throughout your entire body. This mineral also helps your muscles store and use oxygen and plays a major part in the creation of other proteins and enzymes. As you can see, iron is important for the whole body – that's why an iron deficiency can give you many symptoms. 
  6. Why Is NAC So Hot Right Now?

    Why Is NAC So Hot Right Now?

    Why Is NAC So Hot Right Now?

    Why is the all-star antioxidant, N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) all over social media right now? Your body uses NAC to build antioxidants that protect and repair cells from oxidative damage. This antioxidant comes from the amino acid L-cysteine, which is a building block of natural proteins in the body.  
  7. More than Cleopatra’s Miracle Plant

    More than Cleopatra’s Miracle Plant

    More than Cleopatra’s Miracle Plant

    Aloe vera, often called the miracle plant, has been mentioned in historical medical books for centuries and is even referenced in over a dozen passages of the Bible. In addition, ancient Chinese and Egyptian healers used aloe to support burns, wounds and skin health.
  8. Want a Natural Way to Fight Off Viral Invaders? Try Quercetin

    Want a Natural Way to Fight Off Viral Invaders? Try Quercetin

    Want a Natural Way to Fight Off Viral Invaders? Try Quercetin

    In order to achieve optimal health, your body must be able to fight off viral invaders, disease, and illness. Keeping your immune system functioning in tip-top shape is vital to experience your best health and wellness.  
  9. Why is Quercetin so Popular Right Now?

    Why is Quercetin so Popular Right Now?

    Why is Quercetin so Popular Right Now?

    Does it seem like you keep hearing a lot about quercetin on social media or sources lately?  That’s because it really does work. Although it’s not a new nutrient, many people are finding that is a bonafide help to the immune system and even more. Before we do a deep dive on that . . .
  10. 6 Steps to Maximize Your Joint and Cartilage Health

    6 Steps to Maximize Your Joint and Cartilage Health

    6 Steps to Maximize Your Joint and Cartilage Health

    Do you take your joint mobility for granted? If all your joints move freely, without pain, you truly have a lot to be thankful for. The frequency of joint problems and cartilage damage has increased in the past few years and affects people from all age groups. When people have joint problems and damaged cartilage, they often have a hard time doing the simplest tasks such as walking across the room or typing on a computer.  
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