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  • Spirulina WHAT IS SPIRULINA? Did you know that spirulina is an ecologically sound, nutrient-rich supplement, and has been studied as a potential dietary support in long-term space flight and Mars missions? This impressive edible algae is arguably one of, if not THE best-known blue-green algae on the planet. Indeed, spirulina is considered a complete food that is replete with nutrition and is consumed by humans and animals alike. Visit - [more]
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  • Estrogen Detox WHAT IS AN ESTROGEN DETOX? Hormones; such as estrogen, testosterone, adrenaline, insulin, and cortisol (among many others), are critical chemical messengers that travel throughout the body coordinating complex processes like growth, metabolism, and fertility. They can influence the function of the immune system, and even alter behaviou Read more >r. Estrogen, the primary female hormone, is a category of hormones responsible for the development and regulation of the... [more]
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  • GREEN BARS WHAT ARE GREEN BARS? Green bars, as the name implies, are superfood bars that supply a full dose of healthy green superfoods per serving. More often than not, these bars also contain protein, and are intended to help boost energy, and enhance the body’s nutrient profile, as well as overall antioxidant status. #greenbars Visit - https://www.nationalnutrition.ca/greens/green-bars.html [more]
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  • Raspberry Ketones WHAT ARE RASPBERRY KETONES? While the name “raspberry ketones” may evoke the delicate, melt-in-your-mouth sweet and tart flavour of freshly picked berries, unlike the actual fruit, raspberry ketones are the primary aromatic phenolic compounds in red raspberries, responsible for their enticing aroma. This is why raspberry ketones have been used extensively in cosmetics and fragrances for years, at least since the 1960’s. #raspberryketonescanada... [more]
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  • BLOOD SUGAR SUPPORT What Is Blood Sugar Support? New data from Statistics Canada shows blood sugar metabolism disorders are on the rise. Over 3 million Canadians have been diagnosed with diabetes and 6.1% of Canadian adults are at high risk of developing diabetes. Much of this is attributed to lifestyle factors, including diet, exercise, or lack of, carrying extra weight (or obesity), and insulin resistance. If you’re one of the millions of Canadians affected by prediabetes,... [more]
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  • Sex Supplements for Men WHAT IS MEN'S SEXUAL HEALTH? According to the World Health Organization, "Sexual health is fundamental to the overall health and well-being of individuals, couples, and families, and to the social and economic development of communities and countries. Sexual health, when viewed affirmatively, requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, as well as the possibility of having pleasurable and safe sexual experiences, free of... [more]
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  • Poor Circulation Poor circulation can be divided into two parts: arterial and venous. Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is when the arteries that are supplying blood to the internal organs, and extremities, become hardened or narrowed this can lead to angina, heart attack or stroke. Chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) is when the venous system is unable to effectively pump enough (oxygen poor) blood and can lead to varicose veins or deep vein thrombosis. Garlic, Motherwort, Cayenne, Olive... [more]
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  • WEIGHT LOSS Statistics from 2020 tell us that 1 in 4 Canadian adults (26.6 %) were living with obesity, while 36% were classified as overweight. Although the percentage of overweight adults remained about constant from 2015 to 2020, the percentage of obese adults increased by about two percentage points. This is alarming because obesity is a complex condition that poses many health risks, and increases your chances of developing a wide range of chronic diseases. Visit - [more]
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  • CoQ10 200mg WHAT IS COQ10 200mg? Coenzyme Q10 (most often referred to as CoQ10) is a naturally occurring antioxidant that the body produces, though this production drastically slows as we age. Scientists have identified clear associations between CoQ10 deficiency and heart disease, cancer, and many other age-related diseases. Visit - [more]
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  • Menopause Menopause, like PMS, puberty, pregnancy, and post-partum are all different, yet entirely natural phases of a woman's life. Rather than being seen as the end of womanhood, menopause should be embraced and celebrated in much the same way other rites of passage are. Indeed, perimenopause (the roughly 15 years from 35 to 50 when female hormones increasingly start to fluctuate), and menopause (that is one full year without menses), are transitions in every woman's life, and though... [more]
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  • Green Bars WHAT ARE GREEN BARS? Contrary to their name, GREEN BARS are not always green in colour but certainly in nutrition. Indeed, green bars, as you may suspect, feature a range of green superfoods and are intended to alkalinize the body, boost energy, enhance antioxidant status plus, stimulate detoxification, speed up post-exercise recovery, and bolster one's overall nutritional profile. Visit - [more]
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  • Trace Minerals WHAT ARE TRACE MINERALS? Trace minerals, including iron, copper, zinc, selenium, strontium, molybdenum, manganese, fluoride, iodine, chromium, cobalt, and vanadium, are essential nutrients like macrominerals (sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and sulphur), which the body cannot produce. Trace minerals must come from food, beverages, and, also, from supplements. Visit - [more]
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  • BRAIN HEALTH & NOOTROPICS What Are Nootropics & Brain Health Supplements? When it comes to preserving and protecting the health of your brain, nutrition is critically important. Eating a clean, varied, fresh, and colourful diet or taking brain health supplements is the best way to ensure you’re getting the rainbow of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients your body and brain need not only to survive but to thrive throughout life. Visit - [more]
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  • High Blood Pressure High blood pressure or Hypertension is often caused by narrowed arteries or a decrease in arterial elasticity. It can lead to heart attacks, strokes, kidney failure and retinal (eye) damage. High consumption of unhealthy fats, kidney disease, obesity, stress, heavy metal toxicity and poor diet can lead to hypertension. Some supplements to help assist with lowering blood pressure include: L-Arginine, B Complex, Calcium, Magnesium, CoQ10, Essential Fats, Vitamin E,... [more]
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  • AMINO ACIDS What Are Amino Acids? The body needs 20 amino acids to maintain optimal health and the body's normal functioning. These amino acids are divided up into two distinct categories: essential and non-essential amino acids. Eleven non-essential amino acids can be synthesized naturally in the body, while the other nine must be obtained through diet and/or supplementation. These nine are known as "essential amino acids" and are plentiful in meat, fish, dairy, eggs, tofu,... [more]
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