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Trouble Sleeping? 5 Natural Ways to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

Sleep. We all need it and yet, sometimes it is so hard to get it... According to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, about 70 million Americans suffer...

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Royal Jelly: The Health Boosting Side of Bee Pollen

There’s been a lot of buzz about bee pollen in recent years, but it has a long history of being used for its nutritional benefits in ancient Greece...

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Ketone Supplement Giveaway on Facebook TOMORROW!

We are thrilled to announce that our brand new Ketone supplement “Keto Boost” is now available on Amazon! To celebrate the launch of this product, we will be giving away 20 FREE BOTTLES to our Facebook following starting TOMORROW! That’s a $55 value for FREE! What are Ketones?  Studies have linked ketones to weight loss as they can trigger lipolysis, the breakdown of fat, and the release of a protein called adiponectin. Low adiponectin levels are believed to be linked to obesity and Type 2 Diabetes. Therefore, more adiponectin could help people with weight loss and management.  One of the...

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What Are Ketones, And How Can They Help Me?

Most of us know by now that a low carbohydrate diet can lead to weight loss and other health benefits. However, many of us are less familiar with the concept and benefits of ketones. If you would like to know more about how ketones can help you, read on. Ketones vs Carbohydrates Foods that are high in carbohydrates like fruit, bread, pasta and cereals are easy for the body to break down into glucose. Glucose is a great source of energy and so given the choice our bodies will turn to carbohydrates for glucose and fuel. If our carb intake...

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Corydalis: The Natural Relief You NEED to Know About

Used in Traditional Chinese Medicine as a pain reliever, corydalis comes from a flowering plant found in China and Japan. With a variety of benefits and none of the addictive qualities of prescription pain relievers, corydalis may just be the new answer to chronic pain you haven’t heard of yet. The Search for Alternatives According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, “pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease and cancer combined.” Additionally, “one in every four Americans, have suffered from pain that lasts longer than 24 hours and millions more suffer from acute pain.” With so...

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