The role of Omega-3 fats in the human diet has been justifiably popularized in recent years. Omega-3 fats supply the body with DHA and EPA. These essential fatty acids are necessary for good human health, but because the body can’t make them, you have to get them through food. Sources of DHA and EPA include fish, some plants, krill, and …
A new philosophy is developing where individuals would rather go through the toil and expenses of growing their own fruits and vegetables rather than take the risk of buying ones that could potentially be genetically modified and raised with harmful pesticides.
Kale is simply one of the most valuable vegetables around and the key to getting the most when it comes to both nutrition and flavor is cooking it properly.
This extraction prioritizes concentration and purification without the use of added synthetic, isolated folic acid.
Founder and CEO of Nature’s Dynamics, Richard McPeak, began his career in the health and wellness industry in 1996, working at a family owned health store.
Eating organic tomatoes and blueberries allows us to utilize nutrients from the science of nature rather than cheap, man made chemicals in a lab.
Like oil to a car, water is one of the critical catalysts that keep all our body systems running effectively. Studies have shown a wide range of benefits from drinking water including speeding up your metabolism, maintaining body temperature, lubricating the joints and cleaning the body of toxins.
Antioxidants are unique compounds that have recently taken the health and wellness industry by storm. Generally, these compounds can be linked to improved memory, increased immunity, anti-aging effects, and a reduction in risk of chronic diseases. As per their name, antioxidants are chemical compounds that help the body resist oxidation, which is a natural process that happens with aging. Like …
Fats are an extremely important macronutrient, alongside carbohydrates and protein. But some types of fat are better than others!
“Veganism is a way of living which seeks to exclude, as far as is possible and practicable, all forms of exploitation of, and cruelty to, animals for food, clothing or any other purpose.” – Definition of Veganism, The Vegan Society
The term vegan was first introduced to the world in 1944 by Donald Watson, who also co-founded the Vegan Society in England…