Denver - Design District - Alameda and Broadway
368 S Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
Who doesn’t want to feel calm, cool, and collected? How about less stressed, and focused but relaxed? The amino acid L-theanine can help you achieve better focus and a more relaxed state of mind.
It’s all about the small joys in life: sharing a funny moment with a stranger, the sigh of relief when you find the keys you thought you lost, the feeling of a hot shower after a long hike, the smell of cookies baking in the oven, or munching on refreshingly cold grapes at a summer picnic. With their crisp bursts of sweet flavour, organic grapes reel in these sweet, small moments of joy.
"Promise yourself … to give every
living creature you meet a smile."
–The Optimist Creed
At Natural Grocers we sell only biodynamic and organic wine for the same reason we sell only organically grown produce—because petroleum-based pesticides are damaging to the environment and to human health.
Erythritol is a sugar alcohol. It is about 70% as sweet as table sugar but supplies no calories. It does not have an aftertaste and can be used one to one to replace sugar.
Have you heard of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, aka, SIBO? It’s a form of dysbiosis, in which an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine can lead to an array of uncomfortable symptoms in the short term, including excessive gas, bloating, diarrhea and/or constipation, and more serious consequences if left untreated.
Fungi Perfecti reported the discovery of multiple unauthorized accounts on Amazon.com selling counterfeit products using the brand name Host Defense Mushrooms.
It has been said that sitting is the new smoking. This is following research linking prolonged sitting to higher risks of health problems, including cardiovascular disease.
Want to have more energy, improve cognitive function, protect yourself from just about every chronic disease, and feel happier? Look no further than fabulous greens and beets!
If we viewed our food choices as power, would it change the food that fills our plates? If we made it our business to understand the policies that shape our food system, would we demand something different?
As cherries grow in rows of lush trees glistening with dots of red under the late spring sun, we’re reminded of the long-time love humans have had for this fruit. A tale as old as time, cherries have been a treasure to humankind since the Mesolithic era. An archeological study found troves of cherry fruit stones at a dig site at the edges of the Danube River in Europe.
Because sometimes the chaos is overwhelming, and perhaps the ingredients for feeling a little peace, a little joy are simple, all around us, and within reach.