Give Your Immune System A Much Needed Boost This Fall

Fall is officially here, bringing along with it the changing of the leaves on the trees along with some extreme temperature shifts from time to time. And although a mid-60s afternoon cooling off into the 30s at night might be pleasant for some people, it can also have some negative effects on our body and overall health.

Additionally, as winter gets closer and closer, the cooler temperatures and shorter days cause an increase in the time that many people spend indoors. This tends to also increase health risks and the chance of disease to spread.

The shorter days during this time of year also typicall result in less exercise, less vitamin D intake, and a circadian rhythm that is a bit out of wack, causing havoc to sleep schedules everywhere.

All of this together is the perfect storm for a weakened immune system.

A Natural Way To Strengthen Your Immune System

When most people hear about ways to strengthen their immune system, the first thing they typically think of is Vitamin C. We’ve kind of been conditioned to think of Vitamin C and the positive effects it has on our body in that way.



Size Matters: Why Your Standard Multivitamin Isn’t Working

One of the most common questions that continues to be asked surrounding vitamins and other supplements is whether or not your body is actually absorbing what you put in it, or whether it’s simply being passed through as waste with little to no benefit.

The answer to that question depends on the supplement, though.

“If you’re not taking supplements or having certain foods in the forms they need to be consumed in, you’re really wasting your time.” –



5 Ways to Help Yourself When You’re Feeling Lonely

Loneliness is on the rise, as a recent Cigna survey found that three in five adults report that they sometimes or always feel lonely. That number bumps up to nearly 75% among workers aged 18-22 as well, an age group that has seen rates rise steadily over the past few years.

With summer officially coming to an end this week as well, ushering in the fall season, it’s also that time of year when loneliness naturally increases.

It’s important to acknowledge these increased rates of loneliness,



Using A New “F Word” To Help With Stress: Forgiveness

A somewhat shocking statistic regarding stress was recently observed by the American Psychological Association, which found that 84% of Americans believe that the United States has “serious societal issues” that need to be addressed immediately.

These societal issues come from all over: from extreme division because of difference of opinions, to concerns about the economy and jobs, to lingering concerns about the pandemic. Everything around us can be a stress-inducing item.

Nearly half of U.S. adults believe that planning for their future seems “impossible.”

A recent Gallup poll found that employee stress is at an all-time high.



You Could Prevent Alzheimer’s With Nutrition

Here’s a fact about Alzheimer’s that may surprise you: less than 1% of cases are caused by genetics. That means that over 99% of Alzheimer’s cases are due to an increased presence of risk factors that are related to dementia.

One major risk factor for Alzheimer’s is nutritional deficiency. In fact, recent research out of the University of Wisconsin has shown that 40% of geriatric memory patients were deficient in at least one vitamin that has been linked to brain health.


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How Stress Depletes The Vitamins and Minerals In Your Body

Stress is an inevitable part of life. Each and every person in this world is going to deal with stress at some point, and for many, it’s going to be on a fairly regular basis.

For those that continually experience high levels of stress, though, additional health problems will eventually arise. One big reason why is because stress causes our body to use a higher level of vitamins and minerals (or micronutrients).

Constant High Levels of Stress

In a constant high-stress environment,



Here’s Why We Should All Be Worried About Bone Health

Remember the Got Milk? advertising campaign that seemed to be everywhere in the mid- and late-90s? The iconic milk mustaches on famous athletes and celebrities will forever be remembered as one of the most effective ad spots for many people throughout the world.

The goal of Got Milk? was simple: to sell more milk. But in addition to being wildly effective, this advertising campaign also helped bring to light a very important topic: bone health.



Your Natural Aid To Help With Anxiety: Inositol

You’ve more than likely dealt with anxiety in your lifetime. A recent SingleCare survey found that 62% of respondents have experienced some degree of anxiety. Of those who live with anxiety on a regular basis, over 40% have a mild impairment due to it, while over 20% have serious impairments in their day-to-day lives.

What Causes Anxiety?

There are many things that can cause increased anxiety in our lives. The simple hustle and bustle of most people’s everyday life is typically enough to induce some triggers of anxiousness.



Are Olives A Superfood? The Data Says Yes!

The other day, I was scrolling through Instagram and saw a post that simply said, “Does anyone actually LIKE olives? Be honest.”

At first I thought to myself, “Yes, I do actually really like olives,” and then as I pondered this more I realized that olives are one of those food items that most people either love or hate, and it’s usually as cut and dry as that.

Here’s the thing about olives, though: they’re actually really good for you,