No you don't need supplements. True if...... *you eat wild, fresh, whole, organic, local, nongenetically modified food grown in virgin mineral- and nutrient-rich soil and not transported across vast distances and stored for months before eaten *if you work outside, breathe only fresh unpolluted air *drink only pure water *sleep nine hours a night *move … Continue reading Should You Supplement
I heard on the radio this morning about the value in taking vitamin K. It’s good for bone health, heart health, brain function, a healthy metabolism, blood clotting AND protects against cancer. The old me, the way back, once upon a time me, would have run out to the store and purchased Vitamin K. I’ve … Continue reading What Supp – Some Is Good More Is Better?
Ever wonder how to support a healthy brain easily? Nutrition is key. In this guidebook you will find a synopsis of the top posts on what to eat. Source: Nutrition is King: The Ultimate Guidebook to Supporting Healthy Brain Function - What's Up, USANA?
It’s all over the news: two drinks a day is a ok. That’s if it's alcohol cause if you're consuming 2 fizzy drinks a day, well then, that’s a whole different story. Then there’s the news about the value of resveratrol in wine. Well, that along with my Italian heritage was all permission I needed … Continue reading Sober in October
If your reading this and your one of the over 64% of the population that takes supplements, QUICK go grab your multi. Have a look at the back for Vitamin E: "There are several forms of vitamin E. d-alpha-tocopherol is the most bioactive form and is the natural form found in foods. The much less expensive, … Continue reading Vitamin E + Deficiency = fractures
Have you heard of Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10)???? It's a naturally occurring enzyme that is produced in the body. It is necessary for the basic functioning of cells. Back to science class....cells are the basic unit of life. CoQ10 levels have been reported to decrease with age and to be low in patients with some … Continue reading CoQ10 – The Proof is in the Pudding
In Food Grade, Pharmaceutical Grade I introduced you to a standard that is set out there in manufacturing. I hope your looking at the shelves in the stores and your pantry just a little different. Even though you may not make any changes in anything you do, it is our goal that you AT LEAST … Continue reading Value + Quality = Price
Have you ever won the lottery? I'm talking about winning it big not just the free ticket or or the $10. You are more likely to: *Be killed in a terrorist attack while travelling (1 in 650,000). *Die — during an average lifetime — of flesh-eating disease (1 in one million). *Be killed by … Continue reading Second Chances
"Studies published in the UC Davis Health Journal state that, “Spirulina increased antibody responses and the activity of natural killer cells, which destroy infected and cancerous cells in the body.” And I thought I was just trying to enjoy broccoli. "Two min to go, then I'm on with my fabulous day." This was what I … Continue reading Digestive Enzymes – simplistically, tried and tested
From what I have been hearing this week protein shakes are the buzz. “What’s up”, “what is the ratio”, “how soon after” are all the questions. As well, why USANA’s NUTRIMEAL is my choice. First and foremost “how soon after” is crucial whether you’re a competitive athlete, weekend warrior or looking to create a healthier … Continue reading That buzz isnt’ the bees, it’s all about protein shakes