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3 Ways an Oxaloacetate Supplement Can Protect You

Neurotransmitters, on a very simplified level, are like mail carriers. They deliver messages to nerve cells that tell the neurons what to do. When they do their job correctly, everything works well. But one particular neurotransmitter, glutamate, can become toxic to cells when there is too much of it. Glutamate … Read More

The Dangers of Dehydration: Swollen Eyes and a Shrunken Brain

Busy lifestyles and processed foods and beverages cause nearly all of us to become chronically deprived of water and susceptible to the dangers of dehydration.[1] Although they are not the only organs affected by lack of water, the brain and eyes are especially vulnerable to the following conditions: Obstruction of … Read More

5 Top Juice Recipes for Energy

Using one of these five juice recipes for energy each and every morning will help you naturally fight fatigue throughout your work or school day. You can't beat all-natural whole foods, but in today's fast-paced world, juicing for energy is a reasonable alternative. It's quick and easy, giving you some healthy … Read More

6 Tips to Conquer Stress, Anxiety, and Depression Symptoms

In an earlier post, we discussed the physiological effects on the body that can occur with long-term stress, anxiety, and depression symptoms. To get you started on the road to recovery, we have six tips to conquer stress and anxiety. Tip #1: Evaluate your adrenal gland function. In reality, there may actually be a … Read More

Eating for Energy: Foods That Fuel

We encounter a never-ending stream of products that claim to be energy foods. Energy drinks, energy bars, candy, and processed snacks fill grocery and convenience store shelves everywhere, always promising to provide a delicious jolt of energy. The problem with many of these products is that the boost of energy … Read More

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