Eat Clean, Get Dirty

Ancient nutrients, walking barefoot in the grass and Soil Based Organisms What’s in YOUR green smoothie? Are you living a “mind-is-full” or a mindful kind of day? How many sprouted grains do you consume, and did you get your recommended...

Methylation, What’s that?

TO DO: Clean the house (…and keep it that way) Speak kindly to myself and others Be a good methylator This last bullet on your to do list might feel like it’s out of your control, I mean it’s in...

Got Magnesium?

They’re like peas and carrots, can’t have one without the other. Vitamin D has received a lot of attention in recent years, good and bad. No doubt you have seen articles about the “sunshine” vitamin, some say it is the...

Aging well, a Good-night’s Sleep, Cardiovas...

Research and subsequently scientific literature is constantly being updated by new discoveries.  Excitingly, preventive as well as intervention medicine is finding common ground-The microbiome. More and more we are hearing about the importance of the gut, its inhabitants and how...

Diversity of Antioxidants; they are all super...

Is your Super Food your Super Hero? More and more we are seeing individuals, marketers and supplement providers come back to the term “super-food” when discussing “Beauty from Within”, “Brain Food” and even “Down and Dirty Detox”. What does super...

Source, Strength and Sustainability

There has been a resurgence of criticism for omega three fatty acid supplementation recently. Some of the buzz has looked at old data while other articles are speaking to more recent concerns related to the consumers pocket book asking, “should...

Gut Health – A Mutually Beneficial Rela...

Is That Pulled Pork Sandwich Worth It? Whether it is the spring temperatures opening up the patio at your favorite restaurant or the upcoming break with the kids, is your regular eating plan going to fall off track? Maybe you...

Balanced Hormones, Balanced Life

There is a growing spectrum of approaches to feeling comfortable in our bodies.  As both women and men there is more and more emphasis for us to harness our physical well-being as well as our mental well-being to stay young. ...

Vision Health, Blue Light Studies and AREDS, ...

Visual health and ocular support continue to be not just the subject of growing research but also of a growing interest in supplement takers of all generations. As we become more and more reliant on our technology to stay connected...

Let the sun shine in!

Study Links Low Vitamin D Levels in Women to MS Risk Mark Lange, PhD A large-scale Finish study[i] concludes that women with low levels of vitamin D in their blood are more likely to develop multiple sclerosis (MS).  MS is...