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The last couple of years has forced us to take a look at our collective state of health, and it didn’t look so good. But if anything positive has come out of the pandemic, it’s that it has given us a wake-up call to get healthy—and a lot of people have been motivated to do just that.
You can’t spell KEY without K + E, and you can’t have a lifetime of good health without the key nutrients vitamin K + E. These two often “forgotten” vitamins may not be the most exciting or the most talked about, but they really do hold the key to unlocking a wealth of health benefits—and many of us are simply not getting enough.
Sleep problems affect nearly 25 percent of U.S. adults, but a new study suggests relief may come from an unsuspecting supplement. Black seed oil, commonly known for its anti-inflammatory and immune supportive benefits, has been found in a recent study to significantly improve sleep.
It’s a word that carries a lot of weight, for being only three letters—the kind of gravity that can break apart and reshape the terrain of your heart from the moment you first knew that it applied to you. We can’t understand the full impact becoming a dad has had on you, but we know its effect on us. And we’re here to say thanks—for everything!
It’s a small seal carrying a big promise: USDA Certified Organic. Most of us recognize it as a label that pledges better—for human health, animal welfare, and the planet. Yet, some will suggest that’s all it is… promises. So, is there proof? Yes.
Victory greens! Imagine you’ve just won the Pan-Hellenic games in ancient Greece. Through feats of strength and speed, you’ve won, and you’re on top of the world. As the celebrations begin, a wreath is placed atop your head. A wreath made of… celery leaves?!
Treat the Father figure in your life with some of these great products in this edition of Think Wisely.
Aging is not what it used to be. These days, older adults lead active lives and are focused on extending not just their lifespans, but also, their healthspans, the years of life that we stay healthy and active.
A recent study published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition1 found that quercetin supplementation reduced inflammation and improved disease severity and quality of life in women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA).
Once, in a farmer's field, a billion tiny soil organisms were finally remembered, and the farmer's focus shifted from how much a crop could yield to how future harvests depended on the soil being healed. Once, in a neighborhood grocery store, the proprietors said, no more—our standards for food must place human and environmental health over profit.
No matter what you feed your pet—from kibble to a raw food diet—your four-legged family members need vitamin and mineral supplementation just like humans do. Yes, you read that right—giving supplements to your pet is a great way to fill in nutritional gaps to help them thrive and live their best, most active, happiest lives for many faithful years to come.
As you reach into arches of prickly vines for the plumpest blackberry you can spot, it’s like you’re a kid again. Stretching as tall as you can muster on your tippiest toes, you get your fingers on the biggest, juiciest, sun-warmed berry in sight and pop it in your mouth. That perfectly tart berry is worth every little scrape you may have endured to reach it.