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  2017-07-12 15:54:04        2        1

Sea Buckthorn, the Vitamin Tree!

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  2017-07-05 15:11:04        9        1

What Exactly are Probiotics?

Probiotics are non-pathogenic bacteria or yeast that reside in the gastrointestinal tract. The interest in these “good” bacteria that exists throughout the human body has exploded over the past few years as there is increasing understanding of...    More

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  2017-07-01 15:15:42        1        1

Take Chitosan to Improve Cholesterol Levels!

Chitosan is a carbohydrate found in the exoskeletons (external skeletons) of arthropods, usually crustaceans (shrimp, crab, lobster) and the walls of some fungi. It is biocompatible and non-toxic which is why it has received attention as something that ca...    More

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  2017-06-28 09:50:18        7        0

Collagen Promotes Joint Health!

Collagen comes from the Greek word for “production of glue.” Collagen is the main structural protein of various connective tissues and body parts in animals and humans. These include key organs including the lense of the eye, artery walls, b...    More

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  2017-06-23 09:37:02        33        0

Moringa the Natural Power Booster!

Moringa, also known as “drumstick tree,” is a fastgrowing tree, native to the Himalayan Mountains in northwestern India. The moringa tree grows best in dry soil and is drought tolerant. It grows well even in soil of poor quality, such as in sa...    More

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  2017-06-15 15:32:17        7        0

What is Cranberry?

Cranberry, a North American fruit, is a small, evergreen shrub grown from Alaska to Tennessee. Pink to red coloured fruits bloom from May to August and have a long history of use among native American Indian tribes, primarily for the treatment of bladder ...    More

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  2017-06-09 14:57:52        8        0

Coffee Or Tea?- Theanine Please!

Theanine is an amino acid found almost exclusively in Camellia species which are small trees whose leaves and buds are used to produce tea! The only other plant known to contain theanine is in the edible Bay Bolete mushroom, but given how common tea consu...    More

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