We’ve all heard the popular phrase, “You are what you eat,” and, despite the title of this post, it’s true. But that’s based upon the assumption that what you’re putting into your mouth is actually being absorbed by your body. For many people, that’s not an assumption they can make.
To illustrate this, I will share with you what I learned from a customer of ours (fair warning: it’s gross) when I was explaining to her why it is that roughly ... Continue Reading →
Many realize that even the healthiest of diets cannot, on its own, provide us with all the nutrients our bodies need to function optimally. This is one reason why so many (to the tune of more than $100 billion) have turned to dietary supplements to fill in their dietary “gaps.” Yet, as we discussed in this post from December of 2016, most supplements are not what they appear to ... Continue Reading →
If you’re reading this, it’s likely not news to you that many people are turning away from conventional medical treatment toward natural alternatives. Fed up with the cost of pharmaceuticals, wary of their known (and unknown) side effects, unsure how different prescription medicines interact with one another, and other reasons, more and more people are going beyond “conventional wisdom” and seeking out ways to heal their bodies naturally.
Recently we were in a big box store and picked up the pharmacy’s ... Continue Reading →
(Updated May 17, 2019)
If you’re planning a long road trip, you know that you need not only to keep an eye on your car’s fuel level but also to monitor your car’s overall condition so that it’s more than simply “good enough” to get you where you’re going, but also capable of getting you around once you get there. Yet how many of us who expect to reach our golden years happy and healthy put as much care into keeping ... Continue Reading →
Hearkening back to the successful Lyne and Alain Forget Dairy Farm study of the mid-2000s conducted by BioSuperfood inventor Dr. Michael Kiriac, a PhD student at Harper Adams University, a specialty agricultural university near Shropshire, England, has successfully increased the level of long chain omega-3 fatty acids while reducing the level of saturated fatty acids in cheese by feeding microalgae to Holstein cows.
As reported by the university, student Bethan Till of Wales said that her study was designed to ... Continue Reading →
Due to the alarming increase in the rates of diabetes, cancer, and diseases of every kind, an ever-increasing number of people are seeking to improve their health by taking various kinds of vitamins, supplements, and similar health products. So popular has this practice become that Zion Market Research has estimated that the global dietary supplements market, valued at $132.8 billion in 2016, will reach $220.3 billion by 2022.
Walk down the aisles in your supermarket, drug store, or health food ... Continue Reading →