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The Whey Protein Controversy

Send to Kindle    Have you heard that whey protein is harmful? That it contributes to weight gain? That it contains harmful hormones and heavy metals? That it promotes insulin release? These messages leave many of us wondering, “Is whey protein really healthy?”

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Is a Casein-Free Diet Right for You?

Send to Kindle In recent years, the idea of a casein-free diet has become more popular, and is often adopted in addition to a gluten-free diet. But is going casein-free right for you? We’ll look at some of the primary reasons people make this diet choice, so you can decide if it is a good […]

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Tips on Proper Sunscreen Usage

Send to Kindle   Many of us rely on sunscreen to protect our skin from burns, cancer, and premature aging, but a good number of people may not be getting the expected benefits. Why? Because sunscreen won’t work as it should if you don’t use it properly! When to Use Sunscreen The Skin Cancer Foundation […]

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Natural Summer Grooming Essentials for Men

Send to Kindle It’s mid-July, which also means it’s the height of summer. As much as we all love the near constant sunshine, it can also mean more sweat, more sunburns, and more opportunities to ditch your grooming routine altogether. While it can be tempting to let yourself fall into a summer slump, July is […]

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How Aging Affects Our Eyes and What We Can Do About It

Send to Kindle Typically, when we think about aging, stiff muscles, swollen joints, and wrinkled skin come to mind. But age can take a toll on our eyes, too — not only impairing our vision, but also causing blindness. Let’s take a look at some of these ocular challenges. The Most Common Age-Related Eye Issues […]

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5 Natural Ways to Manage Eczema

Send to Kindle Milo, my middle child, has had eczema since he was just days old. Little did I know, before learning more about natural health, that this external skin condition actually stems from issues in your gut. Eczema is skin inflammation. Its technical name is atopic dermatitis, or atopic eczema. Thirty million Americans are suffering from this […]

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Should You Take Curcumin? 3 Experts Say Yes!

Send to Kindle If you could take only one supplement, would you choose curcumin? For leading experts in natural health like Terry Lemerond of Terry Naturally, the answer would be a resounding “Yes!”  Terry’s credits include 45 years of natural health research, two incredibly successful supplement companies, and countless awards to his credit – the fact that curcumin would […]

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Liposomal. Lypo-Spheric. What do they mean?

Send to Kindle You may have heard the terms liposomal and Lypo-Spheric™ mentioned in conversations or seen them referenced on websites related to dietary supplements and thought: “What??” Well, we’re going to answer that question for you here! These words are somewhat common today thanks to the work of scientists in addressing an important biological problem: some […]

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The Many Sources & Health Benefits of Copper

Send to Kindle Many people are not aware that our bodies need a small but regular intake of copper to maintain health and proper functioning. That’s right, it is an essential micro-nutrient! Since our bodies cannot synthesize this valuable element, it is critical that we acquire it elsewhere. Because copper is found naturally in plants and animals, […]

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Electrolytes in Summer

Send to Kindle If you’re like me, then summer means spending all your time outdoors. Whether you’re running after a bocce ball on the lawn, running a few miles after work, or running after your kids at the pool, summer activities can bring on some serious sweat. Although being active means a stronger and healthier […]

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