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Cold and Flu? Zinc to the rescue

Over the last two decades, the use of zinc lozenges, nasal swabs, and sprays has increased due to more widespread public knowledge of this mineral’s potential effectiveness to reduce or even eliminate cold symptoms. There is science behind this mineral’s potential to stop or slow down a cold, as well as why you should include it with your daily supplement regimen..

Support Respiratory Health

Healthy lung function is key for breathing easier. Sometimes it can be a challenge to have healthy breathing, especially with allergens, smog, dander, and other impurities floating around our air supply. This is especially true for people experiencing compromised lung function who may need additional support for a healthy respiratory system.

Superfood Boosts Nutrition

With all the supplements available these days, making sure you get the nutrition you need can be a challenge. Which formula is right for you? How much should you take? What if you don’t like swallowing tablets or capsules? Do you have special nutritional requirements? Is there an easier way to get what your body needs?

Low Body Temperature Issues

If you are noticing continued occurrences with your body whether, be it a cold, flu, or urinary tract infection, its temperature is a telltale sign that further investigation is needed. While the average body temperature can fluctuate among individuals, there are indications that normal body temperatures are cooling.

Tips for Avoiding the Coronavirus

Using simple-yet-effective practices to guard your health, as well as focusing on keeping healthy the areas where coronavirus infections like to incubate--in the sinuses--you can be proactive against infection.

Natural Ways to Boost Sperm Count

Thinking of having a baby? For men who look forward to bringing a bundle of joy into the world, it’s important to ensure that sperm count is optimal.

Fall in Love with Fish Oil

The American Heart Association (AHA) has recommended for years that people with coronary heart disease consume omega-3 fatty acids--just like those found in fish such as salmon, mackerel, and tuna. Randomized, controlled trials have found that fish oil supplementation is associated with lower rates of stroke, heart attack, and death in people who already have heart disease.

Why Your Muscles Need to Rest and Repair After a Workout

Whenever you perform a challenging workout, you put your muscles under a lot of stress and cause many microtears in the muscle fibers. This sounds like a bad thing, but it’s actually the process your muscles use to get stronger.

Top Signs You’re Not Getting Enough of These Nutrients

Here are some telltale signs of nutrient deficiencies and how you can take care of them.

The Importance of Mental and Emotional Detox

It is said that the mind is our own worst enemy, and this may be true. As thoughts pile up in our heads, they have a direct effect on the body.

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