Tasty Gluten Free Alternative to Nuts! Low Fat!

Good Bean is good for you.  Low fat, gluten free, non-gmo, all natural and high fiber in one tasty little package. The Good Bean was founded by Sarah Wallace after a diagnosis of diabetes and she wanted to cut out refined carbs and gluten. Sarah roasted chick peas and then coated them a variety … [Read more...]

Lactobacillus is Helpful for Smokers?

Is there a bacteria or probiotic that reduces risk factors in smokers? A study in the American Journal of clinical Nutrition in 2002 took at look at the above question to find out the answer. The bacteria used was Lactobacillus plantarum 299v also known as Lp299v. L. plantarum 299v discovered at … [Read more...]

Natural Alternatives for Travel Related Nausea

There are a variety of methods that work well for nausea related to travel. Some of the over the counter medications have side effects such as drowsiness. However the natural products are free of this side effect. Sea Bands: Sea band work using an acupressure point that is often times … [Read more...]

Organic Greens and Reds, Enhance Your Health

Are you getting your 7 daily servings of fruits and vegetables? If not you aren’t alone as it can be hard to with today’s active lifestyle. Fruits and vegetables are extremely important for us as they do contain many essential micronutrients such as 13 vitamins and 17 minerals. However green and … [Read more...]

Raw Revolution Bars, Healthy, Nutritious and Tasty

What is gluten free, vegan, wheat free, corn free, soy free, zero trans-fats, no cholesterol, free of refined sugar and also tasty? It is the Raw Revolution Organic Live Food Bar. I’ve recently been eating Raw Revolution Cashew and Agave Nectar bar and Chocolate and Coconut bar. These aren’t your … [Read more...]

Take Action! Protect Your Dietary Supplements!

Take action to protect your dietary supplements! Sen. Richard Durbin (D-Ill.) has introduced the Dietary Supplement Labeling Act of 2011 (S. 1310), which would impose needless new regulations on supplement makers. Among other provisions, the bill would direct the Department of Health and Human … [Read more...]

Save Environment with Reusable Stainless Water Bottle. Save 50%

There is no question that bottled water has a significant impact on our environment. Back in 2001 we were producing 1.5 million tons of plastic in the bottling of over 89 billion liters of water. Plastic bottle used for water are recycled at a much lower rate than soda water bottles. The … [Read more...]

Women Reduce Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death By 90% in 4 Steps

Women Reduce Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death By 90% in 4 Steps The large Nurses’ Health Study (NHS) found that four lifestyle factors could reduce risk of heart disease or sudden cardiac death (SCD) by 92%. In women SCD accounts for nearly 50% of mortality so these life style changes need to be taken … [Read more...]

NSAIDs Raises Risk of Stroke and Atrial Fibrillation

Chronic pain is always difficult to treat. Patients that suffer with the chronic pain of arthritis are looking for relief not only from their pain but also their inflammation.  However standard treatments have their limitations and come with a variety of side effects. A recent study in the … [Read more...]

Skin Support for Beautiful Skin

Beauty From Within Guest Blogger Jonathan Selzer PhD   Beauty is not just skin deep, but is influenced by our overall health, well-being and state of mind. The concept of supporting beauty with dietary supplements is based on five basic … [Read more...]

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