Author Archive | Angela Halderson, RD

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Supplements And Lifestyle Tips For Seniors

Send to Kindle Every year in May, the Administration for Community Living chooses a theme to help celebrate Older Americans Month. In 2019, that theme is Connect, Create, Contribute. The theme is meant to encourage older Americans and their families to: Connect with friends, family, and services that support participation. Create by engaging in activities […]

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Use These Nasal Sprays In Response To Seasonal Blooms

Send to Kindle When spring comes, trees bud and flowers bloom. But what’s great for making the world go round can be a doozy on the allergies! There are over-the-counter allergy medicines that have stood the test of time. However, what your body really craves for sinus challenges are fresh herbs. Thankfully there are nasal […]

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How Eating More Cultured Foods Can Transform Your Gut

Send to Kindle Cultured foods are any dietary item that has undergone the fermentation process. Yogurt, sauerkraut, and kimchi are a few examples of the most popular cultured foods. Historically, fermentation was a tool to help preserve the shelf life of food and change the flavors and texture. Today, fermentation still does these things, but […]

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How Nattokinase Supports A Healthy Heart

Send to Kindle Nattokinase (nat-oh-KAI-nase) is an enzyme that results from the fermentation process of soybeans. In Japanese culture, fermented soybean is a popular dish known as nattō. For thousands of years the Japanese people have been said to eat nattō and benefited from the enzyme nattokinase, which may include support for: Clotting factors Heart […]

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