There is growing interest in food, nutrition, and a more holistic view of how our environments affect the function of the human body or, more specifically, the immune system.
Believe it or not, you can control your sugar cravings with a simple regimen of easy-to-find supplements. We’ve all been there: 3 PM, sitting at your desk, your energy levels slipping, thinking about those cookies you have stashed in your drawer.
The importance of good nutrition receives a lot of emphasis for anyone recovering from an injury. Nutrition – the vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and fats your body needs – are important but they alone aren’t enough.
When training, doing that ‘one-more-rep’ can be a mental, physical and emotional battle. During a competition, sometimes keeping focused and pushing through the pain and exhaustion takes everything you have. And then you get to the hard part.
If you’re looking to protect your health this cold and flu season, you may want to add probiotics to your diet. While probiotics get a lot of attention for their benefits to digestive health, research shows the benefits extend much further!
Flu season is here. Are you ready? Even as health officials promote the flu vaccine, they know there’s a small chance it will help. We’re not saying you shouldn’t get it – you should always work with your doctor or health care provider to decide what’s best for you.
Inflammation afflicts so many people today it might be hard to believe that your body naturally produces the best anti-inflammatory in the world. They’re called enzymes – specifically metabolic enzymes. Of course, this prompts the question.
Probiotics and prebiotics are both essential for good health and a great quality of life. You’re probably familiar with probiotics, the health-promoting bacteria that live in your digestive tract.
Sometimes it seems popular health foods rarely get a lot of positive support from mainstream nutrition and health authorities. That’s why when an organization like NASA studies the potential value of a super-health food like spirulina, well, it gets a lot of attention.
Systemic and proteolytic enzymes deserve a lot more attention for their impact on your health. They really are the rock stars! Their job is different from digestive enzymes which break down food and aid absorption into the blood stream.