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i Vitamin C is an antioxidant present in many fruits and vegetables.[1] Also known as L-ascorbic acid, vitamin C has a wide variety of uses in the body. It supports normal growth and development and helps the body repair damaged tissue.[2, 3] Vitamin C also assists in the production of collagen, a protein that’s necessary for healthy skin, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, and blood vessels.[4] To say that vitamin C is beneficial would be an understatement. It influences iron absorption and helps fight cell-damaging free radicals.[5] A 16-year study found that regular […]

This past March, the Senate rejected a GMO-friendly bill that would’ve made clear GMO labeling optional for food producers and manufacturers. The bill, S. 2609, would’ve made GMO labeling a voluntary practice and prevented individual states from enacting their own legislation governing GMO labeling practices within their boundaries. This legislation does not reflect popular opinion, as about 90% of Americans support mandatory GMO labeling.[1] As if that's not enough, there’s something else in this bill that's even more shocking. Had this bill passed, the Federal Government would have appropriated millions […]

Gut health is a topic that's getting a lot of press lately and I think it’s about time. It's an understatement to say the importance of gut health is undervalued. The digestive system is where nutrients are absorbed and is the basis of a healthy body. If your digestive system is inefficient or your gut environment isn’t balanced, you might not get the most nutritional value from your food. (more…)

Oxygen is a colorless, odorless gas.[1] It is a chemical element and you can find it on the periodic table with the atomic number 8. Oxygen is the third most abundant element in the universe and makes up over 20% of the earth’s atmosphere.[2] In the human body, oxygen is the single most abundant element, making up 65% of body mass.[3] You're breathing oxygen nearly every second of every day and it's clearly very important. So, let's look at a few of the ways the human body uses oxygen. (more…)

Aloe vera, also known as Aloe barbadensis, has been a staple resource in many cultures around the world for thousands of years. While the plant originated in southern Africa, you can find it growing around the world in places as varied as the Mediterranean and the southern United States.[1] Traditional uses for Aloe vera include soothing burns, moisturizing skin, and helping small wounds heal. Aloe vera Benefits and Uses Many nutrients and health benefits are packed into this easy-to-maintain plant — over 200 different biologically active substances.[1] Because of its […]

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