Avocado Soy Unsaponifiables (ASU) for Joint Pain

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Avocado Soy Unsaponifiables (ASU) are natural vegetable extracts made from avocado and soybean oils. They contain anti-inflammatory substances known as phytosterols. Phytosterols (plant sterols) from ASU preparations are thought to [. . . more]

Natural Eggshell Membrane (NEM) for Joint Maintenance

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Natural Eggshell Membrane (NEM) is derived from the inner and outer layers of the membrane within an eggshell. NEM is a good source of collagen and other nutrients that support [. . . more]

Surprising New Cardio Health News

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Our goal is to always keep our readers informed about the latest breaking health news. Sometimes medical research results can surprise as well as inform. Cardio health is a concern [. . . more]

Mouth Bacteria Could Be Linked to Bowel Disease

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Although the human digestive tract is like an unobstructed tube, when it comes to the bacteria that live inside it, there are distinct territories within the tube that host specific [. . . more]

Frankincense Herb for Joint Health

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Frankincense resin, used for millennia during services in several historic religions, was one of the gifts for Baby Jesus from the Three Wise Men. It is obtained from Boswellia trees [. . . more]

Alcohol vs. Cannabis and Brain Health

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We will post articles and the latest research ahead of the legalization of cannabis for recreational use in Canada set to begin October 17. Marijuana is already legal for medical use while [. . . more]

Eating Nuts Associated with Lower Risk of Heart Disease

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Regularly eating nuts as part of a healthy diet offers many benefits, and recent research shows that a lower risk of heart disease could be among them. Heart disease is [. . . more]

Natural Alternatives to Drugs for Healthy Joints

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Joint pain can occur when the soft tissues that support the joint become damaged, either through injury, or everyday wear and tear. Repetitive motion/strain damages the slippery cartilage that caps [. . . more]

Options for Winter Eczema

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When the Arctic chill descends over North America every winter it causes many to suffer more cold-related illness and injury than is normal. For some the extreme dry cold activates [. . . more]