Category: Nutritional Supplements

Grapeseed Extract

| June 16, 2015
grape

Grapeseed Extract is a powerful antioxidant working to clean and clear oxidation from your body. Oxidation (you’re not getting rusty on the inside) is a natural process of living cells as they do their work. Basically, the natural fats in our bodies turns rancid. It’s our job to cleanse this from our body and this […]

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IP6

| April 2, 2014
ip6

IP6 is a derivative of inositol and is used as part of a nutritional treatment for cancer.  IP6 occurs naturally in all seeds, such as rice, wheat, beans and corn (and other high fiber foods), and in mammals-including us, provided we get enough nutrients.   IP6’s many benefits to the human body may include relief from […]

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Lecithin

| June 19, 2013
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Lecithin is part of every nerve, every cell, and most important body organs such as the heart and liver and intestinal tract.  Our bodies can manufacture lecithin provided we have the raw ingredients; sadly, with the poor quality of today’s food and the extra stressful lives we seem to live, we’re not getting enough lecithin […]

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Rice Bran

| March 25, 2013
rice bran

Rice Bran is the nutrient rich layer of rice between the outer “husk” and inner white rice.  It’s a health food and easy to use as it can be added to juice, hot cereal, baked goods, or sprinkle it on vegetables.   It has a mild flavor that is pleasing to most people.  This product […]

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Sel Gris – Natural Grey Sea Salt

| March 14, 2013
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Sel Gris – Natural Grey Sea Salt is rich in minerals and has a fine flavor that actually tastes good.  The minerals are in the form of mineral salts so the “salty” taste isn’t just from sodium; in fact this salt is lower in sodium than ordinary table salt.  Minerals are extremely important in your […]

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Nutritional Yeast

| March 13, 2013
nutritional yeast

Nutritional Yeast (not the same as Brewer’s yeast) has a mild, cheese like flavor and is used in many recipes for cheese substitutes as well as for its nutritional value.  Rich in B vitamins, minerals and amino acids (proteins), it is a natural super food and very easy to use.  Sprinkle it on popcorn or […]

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Brewer’s Yeast

| March 13, 2013
brewers yeast

Brewer’s Yeast is extremely nutritionally rich and contains protein, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals.  Many folk remedies for poor skin include brewer’s yeast, and some studies have suggested that consuming brewer’s yeast can accelerate the healing time for cuts and similar injuries.  It’s rather a complete all-in-one supplement and can benefit vegetarians or anyone on […]

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Quercetin

| March 13, 2013
quercetin

Quercetin is one of the more active bioflavonoids and, indeed, is found in high concentrations in many effective herbs.  It is most commonly used for allergy and inflammation especially where the sinus irritation is high.  It is useful for any type inflammation.

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Vitamin C

| March 13, 2013
gentle c

Vitamin C is a workhorse in your body not only doing its own thing (strengthening capillary walls) but also assisting in the absorption of other important nutrients such as calcium and iron.  Thus it has a beneficial effect on your whole body  including bones, teeth, skin and more.  It’s useful for fighting off and recovering […]

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Alpha Lipoic Acid

| February 28, 2013
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Alpha Lipoic Acid is a super antioxidant (it cleans you on the inside) and is especially powerful because it is both fat and water soluble and can go anywhere in your body. We all need antioxidants in our diets, either from food or supplements–or both. If you have a serious health condition such as diabetes […]

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