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Incan Secret of Vitality and Fertility

Maca has been an important food for the native people in the Andes for at least 2,000 years, including the Incas. Legend has it that during the height of the Incan empire, warriors would consume Maca before entering into battle, to increase strength and stamina. Harvested high in the Andes of South America, Maca is […]

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Been Burning the Candle at Both Ends?

Are you doing too much? Feeling a little – or a lot – fatigued? Consider Adreno Gold™ from Natural Wellbeing. When you’re under chronic stress, your adrenal glands can get exhausted – and when that happens, you’re likely to feel that way, too! Adreno Gold™ is a natural herbal remedy designed to support the adrenal […]

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Digestion Troubles?

Digestive troubles are exceptionally common, especially with today’s hectic lifestyle, stress, and meals-on-the-fly. Fortunately, digestion is an area that herbs excel in! Meadowsweet is an amazing herb for regulating hydrochloric acid (HCl) production. It serves to increase HCl if too little is being made (common, especially as we get older), and decreases it if there […]

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Green Tea – Bursting with Health Benefits!

Everyday our bodies are exposed to the damaging effects of free radicals – unstable molecules created when we are exposed to pollution, cigarette smoke, stress and other toxins. Even the emotional stress associated with our hectic, fast-paced lives has been shown to tip the balance in favor of free radicals. These byproducts of oxygen metabolism […]

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Coconut Water – A Naturally Great Beverage!

Did you know that 1 cup of Coconut water contains more electrolytes than most of those neon-colored sports drinks? And, it’s also lower in sugar (and calories): only about 45 calories per cup! Other Features of this Fantastic Fruit: Immune system booster: Coconut water contains lauric acid, a powerful, natural antiviral substance (also found in […]

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Ashwagandha – India’a Ancient Herb for Anxiety

According to the ancient healing system of Ayurveda, Ashwagandha has been chosen as the premier herb for imbalances of ‘vata’ for thousands of years. These are conditions that generally correspond to the nervous system. Ashwagandha helps to calm the mind, balance the nervous system, and promote a general sense of wellbeing. Ashwagandha is considered an […]

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Enjoy a More Restful Sleep, Naturally

Lack of deep, restful sleep, especially when it’s chronic, can have significant consequences on our daytime activities as well as our health. It can interfere with our ability to concentrate, decision-making skills, our reaction times, and can make us more irritable and susceptible to illness. There may be many reasons for insomnia, including: depression, stress […]

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Echinacea & Goldenseal – Double Protection!

Echinacea and Goldenseal have both been traditionally used by native peoples of North America for hundreds of years. They are renowned for promoting a healthy immune system response to help overcome illness including fever, cough, runny nose, seasonal illness, and other infections. A large body of scientific evidence points to the effectiveness of Echinacea upon […]

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Probiotics “for Life”

Probiotics literally means “for life.” They are the bacteria that live in your intestinal tract – all 3 to 5 pounds of them! They’re very important to our health as they help us to digest food and absorb nutrients, synthesize important vitamins, support the immune system (over 70% of our immune system is in the […]

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Free-Radicals, Aging & Antioxidants – What’s the Connection?

Aging is a natural part of living. We can’t avoid it, however, many of us age faster (premature aging) nowadays due to chronic exposure to free-radicals: unstable molecules that can cause serious damage to cellular structures. Free-radicals are naturally occurring in the body on an ongoing basis. They are produced during normal oxygen metabolism, as […]

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