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Country Life's Maxi Skin

Posted by Ricky Seda on 2/28/2018 to Vitamins, Herbs, and Minerals

Calling all ladies!! Are you tired of taking hair, skin and nail supplement that are yielding no results at all? Are you also tired of taking that collagen powder day after day, and your skin health hasn’t changed one bit? You aren’t alone... 

Juicing vs. Smoothies vs. Energy Drinks: The Break Down

Posted by Celsius on 2/23/2018 to Vitamins, Herbs, and Minerals

Healthier energy options have been all the rage in 2017 and everyone seems to have their preference, with discussions about juicing vs. smoothies vs. energy drinks popping up all over. They all can be beneficial additions to your diet, giving you a kick in the morning to wake you up or a boost to get you through the mid-afternoon slump, but how do you know which one is best for your lifestyle?

We’ve tallied up the pros and cons of juicing vs. smoothies vs. energy drinks using a rating scale of natural ingredients, metabolism boosters, and prep time for the ultimate level of convenience. While we all know we could benefit from adding some healthy supplements to our regular intake, it’s hard to decide which option makes the most sense for us.

One Month Vegetarian Challenge

Posted by Kristen Baureis and Markus Bryant on 2/22/2018 to Diet and Nutrition

Our Graphic Designer Markus Bryant went vegetarian for the month of January! I sat down with him to see how his meat-free challenge went.

Heart Healthy Exercises

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 2/20/2018 to Exercise

February is all about heart health, so I have come up with a list of heart-pumping exercises that keep your cardiovascular system in tip-top shape.

7 Tips for Optimal Muscle Recovery After a Workout

Posted by Natural Factors on 2/15/2018 to Vitamins, Herbs, and Minerals

Are you sore from working out in beast mode? That’s fantastic.

The aches and pains that you’re feeling mean that your muscles are stressed and rebuilding to become even stronger. Scientifically speaking, this is called delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS).
Try these seven tactics to ease soreness and optimize muscle recovery after your workout.

Hawthorne Berry for Your Heart

Posted by Ricky Seda on 2/14/2018 to Vitamins, Herbs, and Minerals

Want to keep your heart strong? Give Hawthorn Berry a try!!

Hawthorn Berries have a long history of use for heart health, dating back to ancient Greece and various parts of Asia. Hawthorn Berries have been shown to help 

Shattering the Myths on Multis

Posted by Mt. Angel on 2/13/2018 to Vitamins, Herbs, and Minerals

If you take a walk down the aisles of your local Vitamin Discount Center store or other supplement shop, there are tons of bright, bold, fascinating products jumping out at you from the shelves. "Hair Growth!" "Fat Burner!" "Energy Support!" "Fast-building Creatine!" 

Oiy. Where do we even begin? 

Unfortunately, one of the best supplements you can take for your body--that serves numerous purposes, offers full-body support, and contains many potent ingredients in only one bottle--is one of the only products NOT surrounded by bright flashy advertising and edgy slogans...

Breathing Easy with Respir-Essence

Posted by Flora on 2/8/2018 to Vitamins, Herbs, and Minerals

Breathing. It’s a vital reflex, yet one many of us take for granted. If you suffer from respiratory issues, or just need a little extra help breathing during the cold season, there is a natural solution that can help you breathe easier.

Women and Men February Giveaway

Posted by on 2/6/2018

Enter to win these two giveaways!

Eat your Heart out this Valentine’s Day with Heart Healthy Foods

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 2/6/2018 to Heart Health

Show your heart some extra love this Valentine’s Day by consuming foods that will treat your cardiovascular system right! Through healthy diet and lifestyle choices, heart-related issues are preventable.  Junk foods and beverages such as soda, sugar, baked goods, hot dogs, and bacon can lead to a higher risk of heart disease, clogged arteries, hypertension, stroke, inflammation, and increased blood sugar.

Check out this list for heart-healthy meals, whether you are dining solo, with friends, or your significant other this holiday.

Healthy Super Bowl Snacks

Posted by Kristen Baureis on 2/2/2018 to Diet and Nutrition

The Super Bowl is one of the biggest sports of the year. Whether you are into football or not, many of us attend watch parties to hang out with friends, yell at the television, and load up on Super Bowl snacks.

Unfortunately, game day dishes tend to be filled with lots of sodium, sugar, and processed foods.  To avoid the sluggish, guilt-ridden food coma, opt to tweak your plates so they are packed with whole foods that nourish your body with from the inside out.

Check out these recipes for inspiration!