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Have You Heard About This New Stress-Buster?

Have You Heard About This New Stress-Buster?

  • Malcolm Lamb

We all experience stress. It’s a normal part of life, and in a sense, we can be grateful that much of our stress today comes from things that aren’t actually trying to kill us (which is what stress evolved to protect us). But that doesn’t mean stress isn’t real or that it isn’t harmful.  In fact, according to the Global Organization for Stress, in approximately 77% of individuals who are...

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Poor Gut Health Isn’t Your Fault (But You Should Still Do Something About It)

Poor Gut Health Isn’t Your Fault (But You Should Still Do Something About It)

  • Malcolm Lamb

Do you have a favorite food that you can’t eat anymore because it gives you problems?  Nothing ruins your day quite like problems with your gut. Maybe you ate the wrong thing for dinner. Maybe you live with gut discomfort every day. You’re not alone. Millions of people struggle with the effects of an unhealthy gut.  But here’s the thing: It might not be your fault.  Blame The Modern Diet ...

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Can Ashwagandha Make You Feel Young Again?

Can Ashwagandha Make You Feel Young Again?

  • Malcolm Lamb

Age affects all of us. Wrinkles, weakening muscles, and a less reliable mind are all signs that another year has gone by.  There’s no such thing as turning back the clock, but that hasn’t stopped human beings throughout history from trying their best to slow the march of time. Ancient medicine books are filled with herbs said to rejuvenate the body and mind.  Ashwagandha is one of these herbs. For...

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This Molecule Won The Nobel Prize. Can It Fix Your Fatigue?

This Molecule Won The Nobel Prize. Can It Fix Your Fatigue?

  • Nutricost Wholesale

Have you ever tried to exercise at high altitude? Everything is harder up high, isn’t it? You get winded more quickly, you’re weaker, and you might even find yourself getting dizzy. At higher altitudes, the air is thinner, meaning there’s less oxygen floating around for you to breathe.  When we breathe, oxygen enters in our mouths and goes to the lungs where it is then transported through the bloodstream to...

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