For the past decade, we have been hearing so much about how vitamin D can promote good health in almost every respect. But now, based on the remarkable knowledge scientists have gained regarding vitamin K, we have a new kid on the block that may end up being the next vitamin D. […]

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      While most people focus on social distancing, face coverings, hand washing, and even self-isolation to protect against the deadly coronavirus now ravaging the world, too few are paying enough attention to two other factors critically important to the risk of developing a Covid-19 infection and its potential severity. Those factors are immunity, which […]

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Seven Steps to Becoming the Healthiest You Ever

Seven out of ten Americans have admitted to working while tired. By following the recommendations below, you can not only have more energy but improve your health.  Get Enough Sleep – You should get 7 to 9 hours of quality sleep each night. Healthy sleeping habits support improved metabolism and cognitive functioning. Meditate – Spend […]

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    Hardened arteries, weak, brittle bones, cancer, and heart disease are major contributors to aging. Research suggests that Vitamin K can have an impact on preventing or reversing these effects. Vitamin K, like other vitamins found in nature, is really a group of compounds. The different forms or types of Vitamin K come from […]

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    If you’re one of the few Americans who consume a balanced, whole-food diet, nutrient deficiency isn’t a major concern for you. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case for the majority of the population that eats mainly processed and nutrient-depleted foods. If you are one of the majority, then it’s important that you visit a […]

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  The human body requires a healthy balance of all types of essential nutrients in their foods to live a healthy life. Various types of nutrients are required for different body parts. A wide range of nutrients is also needed for the proper growth of hair on the human scalp. Check out this list of […]

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    Biotin is available in a large number of foods. The best sources of biotin when it comes to natural foods are soybeans, tomatoes, legumes, almonds, peanuts, liver, carrots, cabbage, cauliflower, cucumber, onions, milk which came from grass-fed cow and goat, eggs, oats, strawberries, and halibut. Most people obtain the needed amounts of biotin […]

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        Have you tried cereals, shake, or noodles? How about spirulina ice cream, coffee, or chips? If you are giving your health some importance and you know you need to take nutritious food, you should consider spirulina. Spirulina is blue-green algae which are spiral-shaped under the microscope, thus the name spirulina. It […]

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