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It’s lovely to see you. December may be full of charm and tends to take all of the attention, but right now your ‘it’s time to stop sipping hot chocolate and start crushing our goals’ attitude is a breath of fresh air!
Over the past year and a half, vitamin D has emerged as a powerful player in the fight against COVID-19. The following is a compilation of recent research highlighting the important role vitamin D plays in how our bodies respond to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
We don’t generally pay much attention to our digestive processes, unless something goes wrong, of course. But the process of eating, breaking down the food, and then absorbing it is truly an amazing process. Each time we eat, our food begins the long journey that will progressively break it down into its most basic parts so nutrients can be absorbed and unusable parts can be excreted.
Are you dreading holiday grocery shopping? Relax—your local Natural Grocers® makes it painless. We have everything you need to cater your Thanksgiving menu to any diet—keto, paleo, vegan, gluten free, or traditional—our shelves are packed with delicious, convenient, Always Affordable℠ selections.
Multivitamin/Mineral Supplement Supports Immune Function in Older Adults
2021 has been a doozy, but no matter how much bad news we are bombarded with, there is always good news to be found. As we draw closer to the end of this year, we’d like to celebrate research published throughout the past year that highlights the benefits of organic food and agriculture.
Given all that we’ve been through the past couple of years, the upcoming holiday season with loved ones feels extra special and so very needed. And we certainly don’t want to miss out because seasonal sickness or the winter blues have got us down!
“You are what you eat.” Some variation of this phrase has been around since the 1800s1 and we’ve all heard it countless times, but there’s a reason for its longevity: it’s true!
They each made it with a twist: one with pineapple, the other added vanilla, and sometimes a dash of bourbon. Cranberry sauce, grandma’s special recipe—it was a tradition to be enjoyed once or twice a year, with the whole family gathered around the table.
May you wake us up gently, not in a rush of panic, tumbling into the kitchen already behind schedule. We want to open sleepy eyelids to the smell of freshly brewed coffee or perhaps a steaming cup of tea.
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways…