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Head, Shoulders, Knees and… Cell Health?

Head, Shoulders, Knees and… Cell Health?

Conversations surrounding health and wellness are commonplace. Prevalent topics—diet, exercise, supplementation—bulk the conversation. But, it is rare to hear individuals chat about their cellular health. Cellular health sounds intimidating. It is...

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CoQ10: Why Is It Important?

CoQ10: Why Is It Important?

Summer is on the horizon! We are counting down the days until we can recharge under the sun in our own backyard or on our favorite summer vacation. But, for now, we are left trekking through late-spring burn-out. Sources of this strange feeling...

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Vitamin D: Is It All It’s Cracked Up to Be?

Vitamin D: Is It All It’s Cracked Up to Be?

Soaking in sun rays may be more important than you realized—not just for creating that summer tan—but for your health! Vitamin D is vital in the body. It is needed to maintain healthy bones and to regulate cell functions. It helps regulate bone and...

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Staying Balanced: Common Joint Discomfort Causes

Staying Balanced: Common Joint Discomfort Causes

Maintaining joint health is vital—from avid outdoorsmen to alpinists to gamers at home, our joints are in constant use. As I type now, my fingers are contracting and extending via joints to access each key. Maintaining joint health is vital in...

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Vitamin K & D – The New Batman & Robin

Vitamin K & D – The New Batman & Robin

As soon as the sun shines each spring, people say to get out and soak up ALL the Vitamin D. In reality they are referring to the Vitamin D formation that occurs when sun rays interact with our skin. Vitamin D is found in limited foods—fortified...

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Electrolyte Imbalance and Your Mood

Electrolyte Imbalance and Your Mood

Every day we are surrounded by people, places and things that may effect our mood. Your morning routine (or lack thereof). Your commute. The home office. Amount of sunshine. Every human interaction. Weather changes. Watching the news. Sleep...

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Soil Health and How it Relates to Your Health

Soil Health and How it Relates to Your Health

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the majority of the world's soil resources are in fair, poor or very poor condition. Today, 1 in 3 people are facing food insecurity globally as a byproduct of poor...

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Mineralife Named Top 10 in Contract Manufacturing

Mineralife Named Top 10 in Contract Manufacturing

Communication, customer service and the ability to be completely transparent with our customers. These are only some of the reasons Mineralife Nutraceuticals was named a Top 10 Contract Manufacturer by Manufacturing Outlook. Founder and Owner, Neil...

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Are Electrolytes Really THAT Important?

Are Electrolytes Really THAT Important?

You have probably seen the sports drink commercials going on about how important electrolytes are for athletes and you may have used the same sports drink for *cough cough* other reasons, but how important are they really? Electrolytes play a vital...

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Are You Absorbing the Nutrients You Need?

Are You Absorbing the Nutrients You Need?

Nutrient absorption is critical to all-around health and wellness. If the body is not absorbing the nutrients it needs daily, it is likely that not everything is working correctly. When is the last time you thought about nutrient absorption? If you...

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3 Signs of a Weak Immune System

3 Signs of a Weak Immune System

Maintaining immune system health is a combination of efforts physically, mentally and spiritually. When one is off it could have negative effects on immune function. Stress and the Immune System Mental and physical stress may have an unwanted...

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What is Vitamin C Good For?

What is Vitamin C Good For?

In simple terms vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble nutrient found in some foods naturally and oftentimes added to foods and dietary supplements. A water-soluble vitamin means that it will not be stored in the body. Instead,...

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Is an Immunity Supplement All You Need?

Is an Immunity Supplement All You Need?

The world has changed as we know it. Conversations around immunity support are increasing. Searches about taking the right vitamins and minerals to help support your immune system are at an all-time high. How do you know who to believe? The short...

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Healthy Skin, Healthy Aging

Healthy skin can be a sign of wellness on the inside and out. Your skin is the largest organ in your body. It may be weird to think about (or maybe you have already thought about it!) but it is the only thing protecting all other organs, bones, and...

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Is Stress Related to ‘Adrenal Fatigue’?

Is Stress Related to ‘Adrenal Fatigue’?

Adrenal Fatigue, Cortisol Levels and Stress   Stress, body aches, fatigues, nervousness, sleep issues and digestive problems. This is a common list of symptoms you may find if you are concerned about ‘Adrenal Fatigue’ (or didn’t know you were...

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Hello Spring (Allergies)!

Hello Spring (Allergies)!

Hello Spring, it’s that time of year again where you walk outside and the air is smelling better, the leaves are coming back, flowers are sprouting, bees are buzzing. Everything is coming back to life. You might be making plans for a local weekend...

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Mineral Deficiencies and Mental Wellness

Mineral Deficiencies and Mental Wellness

The connection between nutrition and physical wellness has been well documented. However, the connection between nutrition and a balanced mood can be harder to recognize. For example, those with frequent mood swings or prolonged unhappy moods can...

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Liposomal Delivery: A Beginner’s Guide Just For You

Liposomal Delivery: A Beginner’s Guide Just For You

Understanding Liposomal Delivery Constantly, we are bombarded with new information about the latest and greatest technology that can make our lives easier. If you have been keeping up, you have heard of the liposomal delivery system. Read on to...

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Are You Getting Enough Omega-3’s in Your Diet?

Are You Getting Enough Omega-3’s in Your Diet?

First things first, take a look at your diet. If you are not consuming fish on a weekly basis then you may not be consuming enough omega-3's. Aside from seafood, you may be getting omega-3’s from nuts and seeds (flaxseed, chia seeds, walnuts),...

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Upgrade Your Diet for a Healthy Libido

Upgrade Your Diet for a Healthy Libido

It’s 2020, we are spending a lot more time at home with our loved ones. In the beginning this might have been a turn on, but slowly, it may have become a turn off. Totally OKAY. We are all adjusting to this new way of life and there are very few...

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Self Care for the Planet

Self Care for the Planet

Self care and caring for the planet go hand-in-hand. If something is good for your physical, mental or spiritual health then, more times than not, it is good for the planet. If it is bad for your health then the same rule tends to apply. Many...

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Are You Getting Enough Rest?

Are You Getting Enough Rest?

Over time, we have learned the best workout routines both in the gym and at-home. We have tried many kinds of diets to find out what works best for our body. We have even started speaking up about our mental health. Now it is time to start...

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Have You Checked on Your Thyroid Lately?

Have You Checked on Your Thyroid Lately?

Thyroid disease effects an estimated 20 million Americans, 60 percent of of these individuals are not even aware of it. Left untreated thyroid disease can lead to a variety of health conditions, including high cholesterol, heart disease,...

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5 Surprising Things You Can Do With Your Supplements

5 Surprising Things You Can Do With Your Supplements

If you’re anything like the rest of us, you’ve probably purchased a lot of different supplements, from minerals and vitamins to collagen powder and more, along the way. Some stuck, while other supplements probably did not. But what if there were...

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Fulvic Acid Should Be A New Addition To Your Diet

Fulvic Acid Should Be A New Addition To Your Diet

What is Fulvic Acid? Speaking technically, fulvic acid is a biologically active, low molecular weight complex molecule derived from humic shale, or fossilized plant life. It is created by microorganisms in the soil and over time has continued to...

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A Closer Look at Trace Minerals

A Closer Look at Trace Minerals

Trace minerals are found in your diet, but what are they exactly? Trace minerals are essential micro-minerals that are needed for your body to function properly. Both low and high levels of trace minerals can disrupt enzyme production, biochemical...

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What is Your Metabolism Type?

What is Your Metabolism Type?

Your metabolism can tell you as much about how your body functions as the Myers Briggs test will tell you about your personality type. There are 8 different metabolism types that you may fall under and while it is possible to change your type over...

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Hydrochloric Acid: What is it and Why is it Important?

Hydrochloric Acid: What is it and Why is it Important?

Our relationship with food changes all the time. Some of us were picky eaters when we were children and grew up to enjoy all different kinds of foods. Over time you may also discover specific digestive intolerances to substances, such as...

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The Life-Death Ratio

The Life-Death Ratio

A closer look at the Sodium - Potassium Ratio Across the globe, studies have proven that our sodium-potassium ratio is one of the most important factors we should consider when looking at our overall health. The sodium-potassium ratio has also been...

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What You Need to Know About a Mineral Hair Analysis Test

What You Need to Know About a Mineral Hair Analysis Test

Over-Nutrition & Nutrient Deficiencies Are Worth Thinking About Are you stressed? Do you have trouble sleeping or maintaining energy throughout the day? Could your immune system use a boost? Are you experiencing premature aging? Do you question...

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Are You Hangry?

Are You Hangry?

The bane of resolution season It's January and as we embark on a month filled with weight and fitness based resolutions many of us will be accused of being "Hangry". Hangry is defined as bad-tempered or irritable as a result of hunger. This word...

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Obese or Nutrient Deficient?

Obese or Nutrient Deficient?

The surprising link between the two Obesity is one of the leading causes of death in the United States and around the world. It can lead to heart disease and cancer which amount to almost 50% of deaths annually. It is also commonly associated with...

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Do You Need a Heavy Metal Detox?

Do You Need a Heavy Metal Detox?

Toxic heavy metals are prevalent in our natural environment, living in the ground, waterways, our food and even in the air. Some can be prone to coming in contact with toxic metals through their occupation, smoking cigarettes or consuming food that...

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Magnesium Benefits for Kids

Magnesium Benefits for Kids

Parents will do nearly anything to keep their little ones healthy and stress-free. But all too often, our kiddos are rife with mood swings, sleep troubles, aches and pains, and a laundry list of other hardships that can shed the occasional unwanted...

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How To Boost Your Immune Health This Winter

How To Boost Your Immune Health This Winter

It's that time of the year. Grab your gloves, coats and hoodies and avoid anyone with sniffles... No seriously, winter's here, and we're spending more time in close quarters, sharing our oxygen supply with other people who may have contracted...

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Minerals to Amplify Your Workout Routine

Minerals to Amplify Your Workout Routine

It is widely known in the health and fitness community that a healthy diet is just as important as a consistent workout routine. Maybe you have heard the phrases ‘Abs are made in the kitchen’, or ‘Losing weight is 80% diet, and 20% exercise’? While...

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What You Need to Know About Leaky Gut Syndrome

What You Need to Know About Leaky Gut Syndrome

What is Leaky Gut? Our intestines are responsible for absorbing majority of the nutrients and minerals we consume, recovering water and electrolytes, and digestion. Leaky Gut Syndrome has been introduced as a condition where the intestines are not...

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