Unfortunately, humans have grown more and more disconnected from their food and the environments in which their food is grown. This disconnect has led to food choices that contribute to the development of a myriad of chronic health symptoms including, mental and emotional disorders, hormonal imbalance, autoimmune and allergic symptoms, systemic inflammation, and cardiovascular disorders to name a few.
Where do you get your supplements? Do you know which ones your body actually needs? Many of us may try to stock up on supplements when there is a sale or when we stumble across them at the grocery store or online. While it’s important to take supplements (see our latest blog on the importance of taking supplements),
Everyone knows the importance of getting the proper amount of vitamins and minerals in our diet for good health. We generally expect to obtain the needed levels of these building blocks for health through the foods we eat. But food has drastically changed over the past decades, and we actually get more of what we don’t need and less of what our bodies require.
Folic acid, folate, vitamin B9, are they the same thing or are they different? Additionally, how important is this vitamin for your health? Well to answer the first question, folate is a B vitamin also known as vitamin B9. It is an essential vitamin, as it cannot be produced in the body. This water-soluble vitamin is important for red blood cell formation,
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Vitamin A is often met with trepidation and firm warnings against overdose and toxicity. Although there is some merit to those cautions, there need not be all out fear and panic when it comes to Vitamin A. It is a powerful antioxidant that has its place, even in pregnancy- the most feared application.
Magnesium deficiency is considered by many to be an epidemic affecting up to 90 percent of Americans. Only about 25 percent of Americans get the recommended daily allowance (RDA) of magnesium, while 55 percent are below the RDA, and 20 percent are significantly below the RDA.
The reasons for this quiet deficiency include diet,
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The world of nutritional supplements is sheer chaos, and at times even bordering on irresponsible given the volume of poor quality products on the market. But you don’t have to be confused, lost or even duped by not having the right plan in place. Someexperienced advice from in2GREAT Integrative Health and a little strategy can give you the direction you need.
Are Antibiotics Worth It?
Overall, many doctors are using antibiotics less than they did a few years ago. However, the effectiveness of antibiotics against a variety of powerful bacteria still remains low. Not not mention, they do nothing to kill viruses, parasites, and fungi. Keep reading for our alternative to antibiotics.
Most antibiotics kill too many of the good bacteria our bodies need.
Magnesium is one of the most important nutrients in the human body. It’s crucial for cardiovascular health, bone health, brain health, muscle function and hormone regulation , and is involved in over 300 enzyme reactions in nearly all of the body’s tissues. And yet by some estimates, 50-80% of Americans are unknowingly deficient in this magical mineral.