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  • Understanding Fish Oil Supplements

    One of the most commonly used and versatile supplements available on the market is fish oil. Fish oil capsules contain omega-3 fatty acids, which are great for your health in many different ways. However, the human body does not produce its own omega-3’s, so it is important that you obtain them exogenously. Continue reading

  • Welcome to 2018!

    We have a feeling 2018 is going to be a great year. No matter what you want to gain in the new year, we want you to be happy and healthy! The new year has arrived and most likely so has your 2018 resolution. Can you guess what the number one resolution for this year is? Losing Weight. However, losing weight is historically the number one most broken resolution. We want to help you change that!

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  • The Keys to a Better Breakfast

    We’ve all heard the phrase “breakfast is the most important meal of the day”, but no statement has ever been truer! Breakfast gives your body the energy it needs to refuel after a long night of fasting, kicking your muscles and brain into gear. Without it, you might feel tired throughout the day and be more likely to overeat later on, suggesting that those who incorporate breakfast into their daily routine are less likely to be overweight. Breakfast foods provide our bodies with all kinds of essential nutrients including calcium, iron, protein, fiber, and an array of B vitamins that nourish us physically and mentally.

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  • Healthy Brain Power for Kids this School Year

    Summer is coming to an end and back-to-school season has begun! Every parent wants their child to be successful and confident in the classroom. There are many essential items that we think of when preparing for the annual back-to-school shopping trip- backpacks, notebooks, pencils- but what about supplements? Many key vitamins and minerals have the ability to encourage optimum brain function and health in children, but it can be a challenge to get enough of them through diet alone.

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  • How to Boost Your Energy This Summer

    Getting the most out of summer is all about energy! From swimming in the ocean to conquering a new hiking trail, having the energy and stamina to make the most of every second is on the top of most of our wish lists. If you’ve been feeling a little sluggish lately, take our tips to increase your energy levels- and get out there to enjoy your summer!

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  • Stay Slimmer This Summer

    Summer is just around the corner and there is much to look forward to! Summertime draws everyone outside to take advantage of the hot weather, sunshine, and longer days. The list of fun events and things to do during the summer seems endless. However, it can be difficult to resist all of the savory, summer temptations between vacations, cookouts, and trips to the ice cream store. Additionally, it can be an uncomfortable experience throwing on a pair of shorts or a bathing suit for the first time after the long winter months.

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  • Arthritis Awareness Month

    May is Arthritis Awareness Month, a disability that affects more than 50 million adults and 300,000 children. People often think of arthritis as a single disease when in fact it is an informal way of referring to joint pain. It is usually associated with old age, but anyone of any age or gender can have arthritis, as there are more than 100 different types. Common arthritis joint symptoms include swelling, pain, stiffness, and decreased range of motion, with mild, moderate, or severe effects on the body. For some, symptoms may remain stagnant for years, but others may have symptoms that progress or get worse over time. Severe cases of arthritis can cause chronic pain and the inability to perform daily tasks like walking and climbing stairs.

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  • Mitigating Migraines

    Most of us have experienced the occasional headache, and they can be quite a pain! Headaches are unpleasant pains that cause pressure or aching in your head. They can occur on both sides of your head, and happen most often in the forehead, temples, and back of the neck. Typically, headaches are temporary and usually last for a few hours. Migraines, however, are intense or severe forms of headaches, with additional symptoms including nausea, pain behind eyes/ears, seeing spots or flashing lights, sensitivity to light, blurred vision, and vomiting. They can last anywhere from a few hours to a few days! Pain from a migraine can be moderate to severe, sometimes even inhibiting individuals from performing daily tasks.

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  • From Your Couch To 5K

    What sounds more appealing: running a 5k or binge watching your favorite show on Netflix? Most people don't get enough exercise, and it is an enormous contributor to the health epidemic in America. If you want to commit to a healthy lifestyle, running is a great way to start! Running has many benefits for your body that go beyond losing weight. Exercise that increases your cardiovascular output helps your heart operate at its most efficient level. Doing so can drastically decrease your risk of heart failure. Regular exercise can also improve brain function. Runners’ brains are more capable of creating new neuronal connections, which are critical for completing daily tasks and learning new things. Running can also change your overall mood. When you run, your body releases endorphins. Endorphins can make you feel happier and more excited. So, after you pause Netflix, where do you get started?
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