Our Products

The best nutrition starts with quality ingredients. That's why we thoroughly test all our vitamins and supplements for purity, efficacy and bioavailability of ingredients. All our products meet FDA guidelines for Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP).

Foundational Multi
Foundational Multi
Foundational Multi>

All vitamins were discovered in a span of 28 years, the first was vitamin A in 1913 and the last was folic acid in 1941.

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Prenatal
Prenatal
Prenatal>

Most women benefit from taking a prental before concpetion and throughout pregnancy. The average American woman will have around 15 prenatal visits during a normal 40-week pregnancy.

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Vegan Multi
Vegan Multi
Vegan Multi>

The first Vegetarian Society was formed in England in 1847. The Society's goal was to teach people that it is possible to be healthy without eating meat

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Vitamin C 1000mg
Vitamin C 1000mg
Vitamin C 1000mg>

One orange has nearly 70mg of vitamin C.

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Vitamin C 500mg
Vitamin C 500mg
Vitamin C 500mg>

A half cup of strawberries has 42 mg of vitamin C.

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Vitamin D 1000
Vitamin D 1000
Vitamin D 1000>

Like the human body, mushrooms will increase their Vitamin D content when exposed to the sun's rays.

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Calcium & Magnesium
Calcium & Magnesium
Calcium & Magnesium >

All of the calcium in the body is stored in bones and teeth and magnesium is necessary for over 300 different reactions in your body.

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Chromium Picolinate
Chromium Picolinate
Chromium Picolinate>

If you cook with stainless steel, it can increase chromium naturally in your diet.

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Iron
Iron
Iron>

Vegetables often contain more iron than meat however, the iron found in meat (heme-iron) is more absorbable than the iron found in vegetables.

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Selenium
Selenium
Selenium>

In the United States, the Eastern Coastal Plain and the Pacific Northwest have the lowest selenium levels.

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Ashwagandha
Ashwagandha
Ashwagandha>

In ancient Sanskrit, Ashwaganda means "the smell of horse." It was thought that the herb imparts the strength of stallions.

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Astragalus
Astragalus
Astragalus>

Astralgus supports the immune system and can help balance the body.

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Bilberry
Bilberry
Bilberry>

Bilberry is a European berry that is cousin to United States berries, such as blueberry and huckleberry.

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Boswellia
Boswellia
Boswellia>

Boswellia also known as Frankincense, a gum resin that is extracted from the Boswellia tree.

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Fermented Ginseng
Fermented Ginseng
Fermented Ginseng>

Enzyme Fermented Ginseng also known as panax Ginseng, is an adaptogenic herb, that originally was cultivated in China and Korea.

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Feverfew
Feverfew
Feverfew>

Although not used in western medicine today, in the first century, Greek physician Dioscorides was the first recorded to use feverfew to reduce fevers.

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Garlic
Garlic
Garlic>

Egyptian pharaohs were thought to use garlic for strength when buildling the pyramids and it was thought to have at least 22 different medicinal uses.

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Ginger
Ginger
Ginger>

Ginger was used by ancient Romans and has been a part of trade in the world's economy for centuries.

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Ginkgo Biloba Extract
Ginkgo Biloba Extract
Ginkgo Biloba Extract>

In China, ginkgo was cultivated in temple gardens as a sacred tree known as bai gou.

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Menopause Support
Menopause Support
Menopause Support >

Estrogen levels start to drop with onset of perimenopause and continue to drop through menopause.

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Milk Thistle
Milk Thistle
Milk Thistle>

Milk thistle has been used since 40 A.D. when the Greek physician and botanist Dioscorides was the first to describe milk thistle's health properties.

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Peppermint Oil Plus
Peppermint Oil Plus
Peppermint Oil Plus>

Peppermint AKA, Mentha piperita, is a hybrid plant from water mint and spearmint originally grown in London in the 1700’s.

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Pycnogenol
Pycnogenol
Pycnogenol>

Pycnogenol, due to it's high vitamin C content, was used to prevent scurvy in sailors in the 1500's.

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Rhodiola
Rhodiola
Rhodiola>

The rootstock of Rhodiola was often used in European folk love potions.

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Turmeric
Turmeric
Turmeric>

Turmeric, also known as the “Spice of Life” is part of the ginger family and commonly used in Indian food.

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Vinpocetine Plus
Vinpocetine Plus
Vinpocetine Plus>

Vinpocetine is derived from an alkaloid compound found in the periwinkle plant.

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5-HTP
5-HTP
5-HTP>

Griffonia simplicifolia contains up to 20% 5-HTP, by weight, and is the largest source of the compound 5-HTP.

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Acetyl-L-Carnitine 500
Acetyl-L-Carnitine 500
Acetyl-L-Carnitine 500>

Acetyl-L-Carnitine has the critical function of contributing to the formation of mitochondria, also known as “energy powerhouses," in our body. It is important to maintain mitochondrial health so we can continue to thrive.

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Acetyl-L-Carnitine 750
Acetyl-L-Carnitine 750
Acetyl-L-Carnitine 750>

Acetyl-L-Carnitine has the critical function of contributing to the formation of mitochondria, also known as “energy powerhouses," in our body. It is important to maintain mitochondrial health so we can continue to thrive.

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Alpha Lipoic Acid
Alpha Lipoic Acid
Alpha Lipoic Acid>

Alpha lipoic acid can be found in small amounts in spinach, broccoli, peas, brussel sprouts and rice bran.

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Antioxidant
Antioxidant
Antioxidant>

There are three primary types of antioxidants phytochemicals, vitamins and enzymes, most of which are found in plants.

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Apple Pectin
Apple Pectin
Apple Pectin>

Apple pectin is a water soluble fiber, and when it's mixed with water, it forms a gel-like substance.

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Arginine w/ Ornithine
Arginine w/ Ornithine
Arginine w/ Ornithine>

Arginine and Ornithine can support growth of the thymus gland, which usually atrophies by the age of 20.

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Astaxanthin
Astaxanthin
Astaxanthin>

Astaxanthin is recognized as being one of the most powerful antioxidants found in nature.

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Blood Sugar
Blood Sugar
Blood Sugar >

Stabilizing blood sugar levels can help with fatigue and weight loss.

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Brain Elevate
Brain Elevate
Brain Elevate>

Memory loss is most often assocated with age because we tend to exercise our brains less as we get older.

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Chondroitin Sulfate
Chondroitin Sulfate
Chondroitin Sulfate>

Chondroitin sulfate is found naturally in animals, most often in connective tissue like shark and cow cartilage.

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Circulatory Support
Circulatory Support
Circulatory Support>

This complete array of proteolytic enzymes, herbs and minerals supports healthy circulatory and respiratory systems, as well as normal fibrin metabolism.

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CoQ10 100
CoQ10 100
CoQ10 100 >

The name ubiquinone a form of coenzyme Q10, stems from its ubiquity, defined as being everywhere, due to the fact that it can be found in every cell in your body.

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CoQ10 200
CoQ10 200
CoQ10 200>

The name ubiquinone a form of coenzyme Q10, stems from its ubiquity, defined as being everywhere, due to the fact that it can be found in every cell in your body.

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CoQ10 400
CoQ10 400
CoQ10 400>

The name ubiquinone a form of coenzyme Q10, stems from its ubiquity, defined as being everywhere, due to the fact that it can be found in every cell in your body.

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Cordyceps
Cordyceps
Cordyceps >

Cordyceps are a group of parasitic fungi containing over 700 species which infect living hosts of caterpillars, ants and other insects.

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Cranberry
Cranberry
Cranberry>

Cranberries contain small pockets that fill with air, allowing them to float.

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DHA
DHA
DHA>

Marine-sourced omega-3s are one of the most studied nutrients in the world.

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Digestive Enzymes
Digestive Enzymes
Digestive Enzymes>

Enzyme production decreases with age which can affect digestion.

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Enzyme Complex
Enzyme Complex
Enzyme Complex>

The human body produces enzymes responsible to support all biological reactions within the body and they are found in every cell of every living being.

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Evening Primrose Oil
Evening Primrose Oil
Evening Primrose Oil>

Evening Primrose thrives in adverse and harsh conditions such as sand dunes, roadways, meadows, ground waste and open areas. These severe growing conditions garnish potent Omega 6 fatty acids.

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Glucosamine & Chondroitin
Glucosamine & Chondroitin
Glucosamine & Chondroitin >

Glucosamine is an amino sugar produced by the body and found in connective tissue and chondroitin helps cartilage retain water.

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Good Night Formula
Good Night Formula
Good Night Formula>

Sleep is affected by many factors such as issues falling asleep, restlessness, or inability to stay asleep. Regular exercise, breathing or relaxation techniques, sleep promoting herbs or medication, healthy diet choices, general stress management, and a bedtime routine can assist with some of the issues.

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Heart Support
Heart Support
Heart Support>

Red yeast rice is a bright reddish purple fermented rice, which acquires its color from being cultivated with a form of mold.

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L-Tryptophan
L-Tryptophan
L-Tryptophan >

Many mistakenly think turkey contains high amounts of tryptophan and is esponsible for drowsiness on Thanksgiving, but it's more likely a result of a full stomach.

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Lutein w/Bilberry
Lutein w/Bilberry
Lutein w/Bilberry>

Lutein is commonly referred to as "the eye vitamin."

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Lycopene
Lycopene
Lycopene>

Lycopene is responsible for giving many fruits and vegetables, like tomatoes, their red color.

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Lysine
Lysine
Lysine>

Lysine is usually manufactured by a fermentation process using Corynebacterium glutamicum; production exceeds 600,000 tons a year.

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Metabolism Support
Metabolism Support
Metabolism Support >

Listening to music while exercising can improve workout performance by 15%.

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N-Acetyl Cysteine
N-Acetyl Cysteine
N-Acetyl Cysteine>

N-Acetyl-Cysteine modulates gene expression.

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Omega 3
Omega 3
Omega 3>

The body does not make Omega-3 fatty acids, so we must consume them through diet via fish or supplements.

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Probiotic-100+
Probiotic-100+
Probiotic-100+>

You have roughly 10 times more bacterial cells (including probiotics) than human cells in your body.

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Probiotic-50+
Probiotic-50+
Probiotic-50+>

Your body contains about 4 pounds of bacteria which are mostly made up of probiotics.

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Prostate Support
Prostate Support
Prostate Support>

The prostate gland is about the size of a walnut and divided into a right and left lobe.

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Quercetin Plus
Quercetin Plus
Quercetin Plus>

Quercetin is a component that can be found in foods such as red wine, green tea, kale and blueberries.

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Serrapeptase Enzyme
Serrapeptase Enzyme
Serrapeptase Enzyme>

Not only does serrapeptase allow Silkworms to digest the mulberry leaves that make up their diet but also melt a hole in the cocoon when they complete transformation to moth.

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Spirulina
Spirulina
Spirulina>

The use of spirulina, dates back as far as the fourteenth century with the Aztecs.

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Thyroid Support
Thyroid Support
Thyroid Support >

Women are more likely to have thyroid issues than men.

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Ubiquinol
Ubiquinol
Ubiquinol>

Ubiquinol is derived from the word "ubiquitous", meaning 'found everywhere,' because it is found throughout the body.

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Vegan DHA
Vegan DHA
Vegan DHA>

Produced from algae to provide a vegan alternative to Omega's.

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5-HTP
5-HTP
5-HTP>

Griffonia simplicifolia contains up to 20% 5-HTP, by weight, and is the largest source of the compound 5-HTP.

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Acetyl-L-Carnitine 500
Acetyl-L-Carnitine 500
Acetyl-L-Carnitine 500>

Acetyl-L-Carnitine has the critical function of contributing to the formation of mitochondria, also known as “energy powerhouses," in our body. It is important to maintain mitochondrial health so we can continue to thrive.

Read More >
Acetyl-L-Carnitine 750
Acetyl-L-Carnitine 750
Acetyl-L-Carnitine 750>

Acetyl-L-Carnitine has the critical function of contributing to the formation of mitochondria, also known as “energy powerhouses," in our body. It is important to maintain mitochondrial health so we can continue to thrive.

Read More >
Alpha Lipoic Acid
Alpha Lipoic Acid
Alpha Lipoic Acid>

Alpha lipoic acid can be found in small amounts in spinach, broccoli, peas, brussel sprouts and rice bran.

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Antioxidant
Antioxidant
Antioxidant>

There are three primary types of antioxidants phytochemicals, vitamins and enzymes, most of which are found in plants.

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Apple Pectin
Apple Pectin
Apple Pectin>

Apple pectin is a water soluble fiber, and when it's mixed with water, it forms a gel-like substance.

Read More >
Arginine w/ Ornithine
Arginine w/ Ornithine
Arginine w/ Ornithine>

Arginine and Ornithine can support growth of the thymus gland, which usually atrophies by the age of 20.

Read More >
Ashwagandha
Ashwagandha
Ashwagandha>

In ancient Sanskrit, Ashwaganda means "the smell of horse." It was thought that the herb imparts the strength of stallions.

Read More >
Astaxanthin
Astaxanthin
Astaxanthin>

Astaxanthin is recognized as being one of the most powerful antioxidants found in nature.

Read More >
Astragalus
Astragalus
Astragalus>

Astralgus supports the immune system and can help balance the body.

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Bilberry
Bilberry
Bilberry>

Bilberry is a European berry that is cousin to United States berries, such as blueberry and huckleberry.

Read More >
Blood Sugar
Blood Sugar
Blood Sugar >

Stabilizing blood sugar levels can help with fatigue and weight loss.

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Boswellia
Boswellia
Boswellia>

Boswellia also known as Frankincense, a gum resin that is extracted from the Boswellia tree.

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Brain Elevate
Brain Elevate
Brain Elevate>

Memory loss is most often assocated with age because we tend to exercise our brains less as we get older.

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Calcium & Magnesium
Calcium & Magnesium
Calcium & Magnesium >

All of the calcium in the body is stored in bones and teeth and magnesium is necessary for over 300 different reactions in your body.

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Chondroitin Sulfate
Chondroitin Sulfate
Chondroitin Sulfate>

Chondroitin sulfate is found naturally in animals, most often in connective tissue like shark and cow cartilage.

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Chromium Picolinate
Chromium Picolinate
Chromium Picolinate>

If you cook with stainless steel, it can increase chromium naturally in your diet.

Read More >
Circulatory Support
Circulatory Support
Circulatory Support>

This complete array of proteolytic enzymes, herbs and minerals supports healthy circulatory and respiratory systems, as well as normal fibrin metabolism.

Read More >
CoQ10 100
CoQ10 100
CoQ10 100 >

The name ubiquinone a form of coenzyme Q10, stems from its ubiquity, defined as being everywhere, due to the fact that it can be found in every cell in your body.

Read More >
CoQ10 200
CoQ10 200
CoQ10 200>

The name ubiquinone a form of coenzyme Q10, stems from its ubiquity, defined as being everywhere, due to the fact that it can be found in every cell in your body.

Read More >
CoQ10 400
CoQ10 400
CoQ10 400>

The name ubiquinone a form of coenzyme Q10, stems from its ubiquity, defined as being everywhere, due to the fact that it can be found in every cell in your body.

Read More >
Cordyceps
Cordyceps
Cordyceps >

Cordyceps are a group of parasitic fungi containing over 700 species which infect living hosts of caterpillars, ants and other insects.

Read More >
Cranberry
Cranberry
Cranberry>

Cranberries contain small pockets that fill with air, allowing them to float.

Read More >
DHA
DHA
DHA>

Marine-sourced omega-3s are one of the most studied nutrients in the world.

Read More >
Digestive Enzymes
Digestive Enzymes
Digestive Enzymes>

Enzyme production decreases with age which can affect digestion.

Read More >
Enzyme Complex
Enzyme Complex
Enzyme Complex>

The human body produces enzymes responsible to support all biological reactions within the body and they are found in every cell of every living being.

Read More >
Evening Primrose Oil
Evening Primrose Oil
Evening Primrose Oil>

Evening Primrose thrives in adverse and harsh conditions such as sand dunes, roadways, meadows, ground waste and open areas. These severe growing conditions garnish potent Omega 6 fatty acids.

Read More >
Fermented Ginseng
Fermented Ginseng
Fermented Ginseng>

Enzyme Fermented Ginseng also known as panax Ginseng, is an adaptogenic herb, that originally was cultivated in China and Korea.

Read More >
Feverfew
Feverfew
Feverfew>

Although not used in western medicine today, in the first century, Greek physician Dioscorides was the first recorded to use feverfew to reduce fevers.

Read More >
Foundational Multi
Foundational Multi
Foundational Multi>

All vitamins were discovered in a span of 28 years, the first was vitamin A in 1913 and the last was folic acid in 1941.

Read More >
Garlic
Garlic
Garlic>

Egyptian pharaohs were thought to use garlic for strength when buildling the pyramids and it was thought to have at least 22 different medicinal uses.

Read More >
Ginger
Ginger
Ginger>

Ginger was used by ancient Romans and has been a part of trade in the world's economy for centuries.

Read More >
Ginkgo Biloba Extract
Ginkgo Biloba Extract
Ginkgo Biloba Extract>

In China, ginkgo was cultivated in temple gardens as a sacred tree known as bai gou.

Read More >
Glucosamine & Chondroitin
Glucosamine & Chondroitin
Glucosamine & Chondroitin >

Glucosamine is an amino sugar produced by the body and found in connective tissue and chondroitin helps cartilage retain water.

Read More >
Good Night Formula
Good Night Formula
Good Night Formula>

Sleep is affected by many factors such as issues falling asleep, restlessness, or inability to stay asleep. Regular exercise, breathing or relaxation techniques, sleep promoting herbs or medication, healthy diet choices, general stress management, and a bedtime routine can assist with some of the issues.

Read More >
Heart Support
Heart Support
Heart Support>

Red yeast rice is a bright reddish purple fermented rice, which acquires its color from being cultivated with a form of mold.

Read More >
Iron
Iron
Iron>

Vegetables often contain more iron than meat however, the iron found in meat (heme-iron) is more absorbable than the iron found in vegetables.

Read More >
L-Tryptophan
L-Tryptophan
L-Tryptophan >

Many mistakenly think turkey contains high amounts of tryptophan and is esponsible for drowsiness on Thanksgiving, but it's more likely a result of a full stomach.

Read More >
Lutein w/Bilberry
Lutein w/Bilberry
Lutein w/Bilberry>

Lutein is commonly referred to as "the eye vitamin."

Read More >
Lycopene
Lycopene
Lycopene>

Lycopene is responsible for giving many fruits and vegetables, like tomatoes, their red color.

Read More >
Lysine
Lysine
Lysine>

Lysine is usually manufactured by a fermentation process using Corynebacterium glutamicum; production exceeds 600,000 tons a year.

Read More >
Menopause Support
Menopause Support
Menopause Support >

Estrogen levels start to drop with onset of perimenopause and continue to drop through menopause.

Read More >
Metabolism Support
Metabolism Support
Metabolism Support >

Listening to music while exercising can improve workout performance by 15%.

Read More >
Milk Thistle
Milk Thistle
Milk Thistle>

Milk thistle has been used since 40 A.D. when the Greek physician and botanist Dioscorides was the first to describe milk thistle's health properties.

Read More >
N-Acetyl Cysteine
N-Acetyl Cysteine
N-Acetyl Cysteine>

N-Acetyl-Cysteine modulates gene expression.

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Omega 3
Omega 3
Omega 3>

The body does not make Omega-3 fatty acids, so we must consume them through diet via fish or supplements.

Read More >
Peppermint Oil Plus
Peppermint Oil Plus
Peppermint Oil Plus>

Peppermint AKA, Mentha piperita, is a hybrid plant from water mint and spearmint originally grown in London in the 1700’s.

Read More >
Prenatal
Prenatal
Prenatal>

Most women benefit from taking a prental before concpetion and throughout pregnancy. The average American woman will have around 15 prenatal visits during a normal 40-week pregnancy.

Read More >
Probiotic-100+
Probiotic-100+
Probiotic-100+>

You have roughly 10 times more bacterial cells (including probiotics) than human cells in your body.

Read More >
Probiotic-50+
Probiotic-50+
Probiotic-50+>

Your body contains about 4 pounds of bacteria which are mostly made up of probiotics.

Read More >
Prostate Support
Prostate Support
Prostate Support>

The prostate gland is about the size of a walnut and divided into a right and left lobe.

Read More >
Pycnogenol
Pycnogenol
Pycnogenol>

Pycnogenol, due to it's high vitamin C content, was used to prevent scurvy in sailors in the 1500's.

Read More >
Quercetin Plus
Quercetin Plus
Quercetin Plus>

Quercetin is a component that can be found in foods such as red wine, green tea, kale and blueberries.

Read More >
Rhodiola
Rhodiola
Rhodiola>

The rootstock of Rhodiola was often used in European folk love potions.

Read More >
Selenium
Selenium
Selenium>

In the United States, the Eastern Coastal Plain and the Pacific Northwest have the lowest selenium levels.

Read More >
Serrapeptase Enzyme
Serrapeptase Enzyme
Serrapeptase Enzyme>

Not only does serrapeptase allow Silkworms to digest the mulberry leaves that make up their diet but also melt a hole in the cocoon when they complete transformation to moth.

Read More >
Spirulina
Spirulina
Spirulina>

The use of spirulina, dates back as far as the fourteenth century with the Aztecs.

Read More >
Thyroid Support
Thyroid Support
Thyroid Support >

Women are more likely to have thyroid issues than men.

Read More >
Turmeric
Turmeric
Turmeric>

Turmeric, also known as the “Spice of Life” is part of the ginger family and commonly used in Indian food.

Read More >
Ubiquinol
Ubiquinol
Ubiquinol>

Ubiquinol is derived from the word "ubiquitous", meaning 'found everywhere,' because it is found throughout the body.

Read More >
Vegan DHA
Vegan DHA
Vegan DHA>

Produced from algae to provide a vegan alternative to Omega's.

Read More >
Vegan Multi
Vegan Multi
Vegan Multi>

The first Vegetarian Society was formed in England in 1847. The Society's goal was to teach people that it is possible to be healthy without eating meat

Read More >
Vinpocetine Plus
Vinpocetine Plus
Vinpocetine Plus>

Vinpocetine is derived from an alkaloid compound found in the periwinkle plant.

Read More >
Vitamin C 1000mg
Vitamin C 1000mg
Vitamin C 1000mg>

One orange has nearly 70mg of vitamin C.

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Vitamin C 500mg
Vitamin C 500mg
Vitamin C 500mg>

A half cup of strawberries has 42 mg of vitamin C.

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Vitamin D 1000
Vitamin D 1000
Vitamin D 1000>

Like the human body, mushrooms will increase their Vitamin D content when exposed to the sun's rays.

Read More >

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