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  • Green-Lipped Sea Mussel

    If you suffer from stiff and achy joints or have been dealing with arthritis, then you may be interested in exploring natural alternatives to ease joint pain. The green-lipped sea mussel is native to New Zealand and has been proven to reduce joint inflammation. View Post
  • Glucosamine

    Glucosamine is a naturally-occurring compound within our bodies, found in the fluid that surrounds and protects your joints. When taken in supplement form, it has been proven to soothe joint conditions such as osteoarthritis, with its anti-inflammatory properties. View Post
  • Lutein

    You were most likely told as a child to “eat your carrots, they’re good for your eyes”. This statement isn’t just an old wives' tale, as carrots, along with other pigment-dense vegetables such as kale, spinach, broccoli, and Swiss chard, contain high levels of lutein, a carotenoid vitamin related to vitamin A and beta-carotene. View Post
  • Ginkgo Biloba

    Ginkgo Biloba is an ancient plant used in Chinese medicine, but still popular today as an extract in supplements due to its health benefits. The leaves of the Ginkgo plant contain high levels of flavonoids, which are powerful antioxidants that help to eliminate free radicals, which can cause cellular damage over time. View Post
  • L-Glutamine

    A number of common vitamin and mineral supplements are helpful for maintaining a healthy gut.  Like the rest of your body, your digestive tract is made of cells which require a continual supply of the right nutrients to keep functioning.  L-glutamine is one of the most abundant amino acids in the... View Post
  • Blushwood Berries

    The Blushwood Berry (touted as the “miracle berry”) is an exquisite and complex fruit that grows on a tree found exclusively in the far northern rainforests of Queensland, Australia. Blushwood Berry is high in polyphenols, antioxidants, carotenoids, fiber, enzymes and other micronutrients that ... View Post
  • Black Cohosh

    Black Cohosh is an herb native to North America, and harvested primarily for its root. It rose to popularity in the 1950s and was used widely as a remedy for symptoms of menopause (hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings), PMS, menstrual cramps, osteoporosis, anxiety and cold symptoms. When the r... View Post

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