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Helping Your Clients Choose the Right Supplement

Supplements are a great option for clients who are looking to enhance their healthy lifestyle. However, choosing the right supplement can sometimes seem daunting. With so many products and manufacturers to choose from, your clients might not know where to begin. Here are a few simple guidelines they should keep in mind in order to make a decision they can feel good about: Read More

Taking the Mystery Out of Meal Planning

In addition to regular activity, a healthy diet plays an important role in helping your clients reach their health and fitness goals. When your clients eat well, they feel better and have the energy and nutrients they need to power through their workouts. However, for clients who are starting with a brand new diet, the change can feel intimidating. Tackling all new recipes, foods, and cooking methods can seem like a daunting prospect, but it doesn’t have to be. With the right guidance, your clients will be able to master the art of meal planning. Read More

Help Manage Client’s Stress with Relora®

Stress has a variety consequences on the body. From mental health, physical health, and emotional well-being, stress can greatly impact your patients’ overall health. Stress is inevitable, we all have to deal with unexpected circumstances and even the regular stress of managing work and life. Luckily, there are healthy ways to manage stress. Learning how to cope with stress will greatly improve emotional, physical, and mental health. Read More

UC-II The Optimist Interview

In a recent interview with The Optimist, Jonathan Hull, PhD explains what UC-II is, what makes UC-II different from other joint health supplements, and how it works. Enjoy the video and be sure to leave your comments below. Read More

Relora® to Enhance Client’s Mental Strength

Relora® from InterHealth is an incredible ingredient to aid in stress management. Relora® is a blend of Magnolia officinalis bark extract and Phellodendron amurense bark extract. Its natural ingredients have been tested in double-blind, randomized, and placebo-controlled tests that have shown Relora® has a positive effect on mood, stress management, and can reduce temporary anxiety. Read More

Minerals: Effects in the Body

With most food in today’s market, the focus tends to gear toward cheap and fast, while overlooking the nutritional value. Mineral deficiency impacts many people without them even knowing it. But if caught in the early stages, it’s easy to get back on track. Let’s take a look at five common minerals and their effects on the body.   Calcium is widely known for its bone and teeth strengthening capabilities, but it also helps muscles like the heart function properly. In addition to the excellent source of calcium found in milk, yogurt, and cheese, you can also find it in products like calcium-fortified orange juice and tofu. To reap the benefits, the recommended daily intake of calcium for healthy adults is 1,000 mg. Iron is crucial for blood health. It carries oxygen throughout the body. When the body is getting the proper oxygen flow, it helps work to prevent fatigue. Iron can be found in a wide variety of food including poultry, fish, meat, peas, lentils, nuts, and seeds. The recommended daily value changes quite a bit depending on age and gender, but for the average healthy adult male, the recommended intake is 8 mg, while females are supposed to […] Read More

The New 2015 Dietary Guidelines

Every five years, health.gov releases new dietary guidelines for Americans to illustrate the contrast between how people should be eating and how the actually are. The 2015-2020 guidelines are now available to the public and they explain a handful of valid points. A few of these points may come as no surprise but are highly important to note, nonetheless. Let’s take a look at a few of the key points in the 2015-2020 dietary guidelines. Whole versus refined grains. Not all grains are created equal. The 2015 dietary guidelines recommend no more than 5 ounces for adult men and 4 ounces for adult women. However, studies show that most Americans consume less than 1 ounce of healthy whole grains while consuming as much as 7 ounces of refined grains like white bread, pasta, and cereals. Dietary guidelines suggest attempting to make at least half of all grains consumed be whole grains. Fruits and vegetables. It’s no surprise that most Americans, male and female, fall short of the daily recommended amount of both fruits and vegetables. Studies are showing that there is a decline in healthy fruits and veggies for the average person from the age of 4, until around age 50. […] Read More