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When it comes to gut health, probiotics are regularly touted as the all-star supplement and food group to include in your diet.
10 Essential Oils for Respiratory Infections
February 28 2018
The common cold is the most frequent infection a person will ever encounter, and it is estimated that there are more than 220 different cold viruses that infect humans. After exposure, it normally takes one to three days for illness to start— duration of a cold is usually seven days, but in some cases, it can last several weeks. The same virus never infects the same person twice, and while there is no cure for the common cold, there are ways to prevent infection, using natural treatments.
The Health Benefits of Amino Acids
November 5 2018
Keeping yourself in the best possible health is one of most people’s main goals in life. To do that, you must understand some of the important elements and complex systems within your body. Amino acids, for example, help to create the protein that keeps your muscles healthy and strong. Let’s take a look at amino acids, what they do, and how you can keep your body in great shape without running yourself ragged!
Glutamine for Workouts
April 26 2017
Discover how glutamine supplements could boost your workout.
L-Glutamine is an amino acid found in the skeletal muscles of the body. The amino acid is responsible for protein synthesis within the muscle cells.
Natural Ways to Get Rid of Blackheads
October 5 2018
With the use of a good homemade mask, consistency and some natural ingredients, it's possible to keep blackheads at bay.
A Quick Guide to Zinc
March 14 2018
Zinc is a trace mineral that found in virtually every cell in the body and is a component in over 200 enzymes. Enzymes are molecules involved in speeding up chemical reactions necessary for human bodily function. Zinc functions in more enzymatic reactions than any other mineral. Most enzymes are composed of a protein along with an essential mineral and possibly a vitamin. If an enzyme is lacking the essential mineral or vitamin, it cannot function properly. If zinc levels are low it affects virtually every system of the body due to its central role in so many enzymes. In addition to its role in enzymes, zinc is required for proper action of many body hormones including insulin, growth hormone, and sex hormones.
Essential Oils for Cleaning
December 12 2017
Use these essential oils instead of harsh cleaning products.
3 Easy Dairy-Free Substitutes
April 24 2019
There are plenty of reasons to go dairy-free, yet it is very difficult when most modern recipes include at least one product that contains milk.
Natural Ways to Encourage Eyelash Growth
April 23 2019
Increase the length and thickness of eyelashes with these natural tips and tricks.
Discover the Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet
April 22 2019
When I was studying nutrition in college, the Mediterranean diet fascinated me.
4 Steps to Better Gut Health
April 19 2019
You know the importance of what you eat and how it impacts the rest of your body.
Give the Pegan Diet a Try With These Tasty Recipes
April 18 2019
The pegan diet is a dietary practice that involves aspects of both paleo and vegan diets. This guide will share all the details about what the diet is and how to follow it.
Biotin: Essential for Hair Care and More
April 17 2019
Our hair is so closely tied to our identity and how we express ourselves that it’s no wonder the time and attention we give our tresses plays a huge role in our daily routines.
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