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CoQ10 Plus Selenium – Dynamic Duo for Longer Life

Selenium and CoQ10 Extend Life Two important facts about these important nutrients, CoQ10 and selenium, you probably didn’t know: Every cell in the body needs selenium to function properly. CoQ10 helps each cell produce energy. Boost…

Omega-3s Help School Age Children with Reading

Omega-3s Reduce Asthma, Improve Reading in Children

It may still be summer, but before you know it, your children will be heading back to school. Check out these studies on the benefits of omega-3s for your children to help reduce asthma and improve…

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Blueberries Boost Brain Power

Love blueberries? Here’s one more reason to love them even more: they’re good for your brain. In fact, a new study has found that older men and women who ate a daily serving of blueberries for…

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Green Leafy Vegetables and Your Brain

Eating one to two servings per day of green leafy vegetables may help slow the natural age-related decline in cognitive abilities. In this study, doctors measured the diets of 960 men and women, aged 58 to…

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Former Smoker? Eat Tomatoes, Apples and Bananas

Tomatoes are just starting to come in season, and what better time to indulge your senses with those red, juicy, slightly salty-sweet summer treats than now! If you’re a former smoker, you have an even better…

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Hooray for Hemp History Week!

  Wondering what Hemp History Week is and why all the fuss about hemp farming? In its ninth year, Hemp History Week, June 4-10, 2018, is a national grassroots campaign to help restore strong support for…

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Autism and Vitamin D Connection

Autism – or autism spectrum disorder – appears during early childhood and interferes with a person’s ability to communicate with others and interact socially. According to the Autism Society, the prevalence of autism is growing. Between…

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Naturally Done Up

Read another blog post from our store’s founder, author Thomas Martindale from his many travels in the Upper Yukon around 1913. Then read today’s sequel. Here is a glimpse into women’s lives more than a hundred…