You’re Never Too Young to Eat (and Learn) Your Veggies
You’re Never Too Young to Eat (and Learn) Your Veggies

“Some kids like veggies and some don’t”—how many moms have said this when describing their picky eater’s preferences? Researchers are…

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Belly Up to Probiotics and Their Many Health Benefits!
Belly Up to Probiotics and Their Many Health Benefits!

Probiotics found in probiotic supplements, yogurt, and other fermented foods such as kimchi and sauerkraut, are microscopic helpers that impact…

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Probiotics for Women Just Got More Potent (and Targeted)!
Probiotics for Women Just Got More Potent (and Targeted)!

Did you know that everyone’s gut flora composition—the natural microorganisms that support digestive, immune and overall health—is different?* This flora…

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Looking for Help with Natural Health Care? Renew H.O.P.E is There for You!
Looking for Help with Natural Health Care? Renew H.O.P.E is There for You!

So many Americans are left with no choice but to accept chronic disease as their inevitable fate. They don’t have…

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The First 100% EPA Fish Oil in Health Food Stores Now Available Here!
The First 100% EPA Fish Oil in Health Food Stores Now Available Here!

If you’ve done some research into fish oils and omega 3s, you’ve probably run across the terms EPA and DHA.…

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4 Point Fish Oil Checklist for Optimum Heart Health
4 Point Fish Oil Checklist for Optimum Heart Health

The omega-3s in fish oil are some of the most powerful heart support nutrients you can take and many of…

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And The 2012 Vity Award Goes To…
And The 2012 Vity Award Goes To…

CleanseSMART and Ultimate Flora Booklets! Each year Vitamin Retailer, the dietary supplement industry’s leading trade magazine, awards its prestigious Vity Awards to…

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Omega-3s and Irregular Heart Beat
Omega-3s and Irregular Heart Beat

Omega-3 fatty acids are known for their heart-health benefits. From the reduction of triglyceride levels, balance of inflammation, and prevention…

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