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Astaxanthin: Is it Hype or Hope?

Astaxanthin: Is it Hype or Hope?

Do you know what astaxanthin (pronounced a-stə-ˈzan-thən) is? It’s a naturally occurring chemical called a carotenoid that’s found in a special type of algae. It was first isolated in 1983. This algae is one of salmon’s favorite foods and gives…

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Are You Glutathione Deficient?

Are You Glutathione Deficient?

Eating an antioxidant-rich diet full of berries and kale is a great way to ensure our bodies have a sufficient supply of free-radical fighting antioxidants. However, did you know that your body actually produces its own superhero called glutathione? It’s…

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What Is Die-Off & How to Avoid It

What Is Die-Off & How to Avoid It

You’ve likely already taken some meaningful steps toward taking charge of your health. Perhaps you vowed to exercise more, get a better night’s sleep, or take control of your diet once and for all. Or maybe you ditched gluten, said…

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8 Toxins in Your Cleaning Products

8 Toxins in Your Cleaning Products

It’s that time of year when many people decide to tackle spring cleaning, reaching for the mops, brooms, and brightly labeled cleaning products. What you might not realize is that many of those bottles featuring cheery lemons or cute bubbles…

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How to Test for Mercury Overload

How to Test for Mercury Overload

As I explained in last week’s article, mercury overload is a far more common issue than you might think, and I often see it as a root cause of chronic illnesses, including Hashimoto’s, Graves’, and autoimmune disease. If you missed…

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6 Benefits of Infrared Sauna Therapy

6 Benefits of Infrared Sauna Therapy

Are you interested in detoxification, relaxation, and increased circulation? Have you been searching for a way to burn calories without adding pressure to your achy joints and muscles? If so, infrared sauna therapy could be the missing link. Sweating is…

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