Supplement Labels Don’t Have to be Scary

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Whether you’ve been shopping at health food stores for decades or are just starting down a supplemental path, reading labels can seem daunting. But fear not. With a little decoding, their messages become clear...

Workouts that Work for You

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Even with good intentions, we can lag behind when it comes to sticking to a workout plan. Anyone who works out less than five days a week—sometimes called “Weekend Warriors”—has to take a wise approach to work out time...

5 Tips for Taming Your Tummy

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There’s a lot in our lives that can occasionally knock our digestion out of balance: hectic schedules and stress, acidic or unusual foods, or even simply a lack of sleep. But even if it only happens once in a while, stomach discomfort is hard to ignore...

Know Your Curcumin Story

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You may not realize it, but the curcumin you choose comes with a story. There’s a history of where it’s grown, how it’s harvested, processed, and the journey it takes to end up on a health food store shelf and ultimately in your cupboard. You can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with understanding the story behind the product you choose. Here’s a guide on what to look for each step of the way.

Healthy Aging, Confidence, and Bladder Strength*

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Healthy aging is about more than just trying to stay looking young. Instead, it has a variety of more humble facets, including getting a good night’s sleep, carrying through your days with confidence, and yes, maintaining bladder strength.* The last factor mentioned in that list can seem like the trickiest. But it doesn’t have to.

Does a Product Have to Be Labeled Organic to Be Safe?

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Today’s health-conscious consumers are bombarded with the message that in order to be safe and nutritional, a product must be labeled organic. In truth, many products that aren’t certified organic in the market today are extremely safe, if not safer, than those bearing an organic seal of approval. Not all consumers understand this though, so the organic seal still holds a lot of weight in their buying decisions.