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Consumer Confidence in Supplements Remains High [Infographic]

Send to Kindle Can you trust companies that sell supplements? Most Americans say “Yes.” A yearly survey measuring how Americans feel about the safety, quality and effectiveness of supplements shows people view them as trustworthy and reliable. The  Consumer Survey on Dietary Supplements found confidence at a two-year high of 85%. Ipsos Public affairs conducted […]

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Omega 3 Fish Oil and the Prostate Cancer Controversy

Send to Kindle “Eating a lot of oily fish or consuming omega supplements may not be good for a man’s health.” That’s the lead-in sentence in the article Omega 3 Fish Oils Linked to Prostate Cancer in Medical News Today. Rather attention-getting, isn’t it? Medical News Today reported on the research paper from The Journal of the National […]

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Help Stop Durbin’s Dietary Supplement Labeling Act!

Send to Kindle “Make no mistake, there is a well orchestrated campaign underway to take away your rights and access to vitamins and supplements.” Dr. Joseph Mercola Here we go again!  If taking supplements is a part of your daily regimen, pay attention! Senator Durbin will be up for re-election in 2014, so he’s already […]

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Terry Naturally, For a Healthier You….Naturally!

Send to Kindle Have you ever met someone who made you think to yourself, Wow, what a remarkable person? I had that experience last year when I met Terry Lemerond at a Terry Naturally product training session in Green Bay, WI. I was blown away by his story and his passion for health and wellness. So, […]

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Pre-Workout Supplements

Pre-Workout Supplements for Improved Performance

Send to Kindle We’ve all been there…you start your day off looking forward to the workout you have planned for later in the day but your excitement (and energy) start to dwindle as the day goes by. The benefits and importance of a healthy diet and proper nutrition for exercise are well-known and post workout supplements have […]

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Vitamin B-12 Deficiency

B12 Deficiency – A Silent Epidemic [Infographic]

I am a vegetarian; not that interesting in itself really. But recently I found out that my dietary choice has left me at higher risk of falling victim to a silent epidemic: B12 deficiency. And being honest, before this revelation, I don’t think I had ever even heard of B12. But it’s not […]

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DHEA Benefits, Uses and Side Effects

What Is DHEA and What Is It Used For?

Send to Kindle If your goal is to look younger, feel better, and improve your body composition, read on! The “youth hormone” DHEA has many potential benefits but does also have some noted contraindications so read the following thoroughly, consult with a healthcare practitioner and do your own due diligence. What is DHEA? DHEA, dehydroepiandrosterone, […]

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Family Business Committed to Nutritional Excellence

Send to Kindle Bluebonnet Nutrition made headlines recently when Better Nutrition Magazine named the supplement company’s Extreme Edge line of protein powders as a winner in its Best of Supplements Awards for 2012. The Extreme Edge line features three professional-strength products — pre workout, carbo load, and post workout — are made with synergistic, all-natural […]

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Nordic Naturals Takes Credit for How to Get Hollywood Skin!

Nordic Naturals Gets the Hollywood Treatment

Send to Kindle You may not expect to see ‘fish oil’ and ‘The Oscars‘ in the same sentence, but here goes: In the week leading up to The Oscars, a Harper’s Bazaar article recommends Nordic Naturals purified fish oil for that coveted Hollywood skin. The nomination comes from one of Europe’s most skilled practitioners of […]

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Wear Red and Look After Your Heart {Infographic}

Send to Kindle This year National Wear Red Day, on February 1, will mark 10 years of campaigning to make more women aware of the threat of heart disease, which kills more women every year than all cancers combined. This great campaign was launched in 2003, when the American Heart Association faced the challenge of […]

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