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Energy Crisis? Not Here!
January is an awesome time of year: daylight hours are getting longer; and the postcard-perfect snow cover stirs memories of tobogganing, skating,...
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In Vitro Comparative Study of the Survival of Probiotic Capsules in a Simulated Gastric Environment
Abstract Three commercial probiotic products containing primarily Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium species were investigated. They were...
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Difficulty Managing Your Weight? It May Be Your Slow Metabolism
Weight management is a delicate subject which has cultural, gender, and age biases, which are deeply rooted in society. Recently, in our attempt...
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Autoimmunity and the Role of Diet
The term “autoimmunity” encompasses a broad number of conditions, ranging from rheumatoid arthritis and lupus to inflammatory bowel...
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Autoimmunity and Natural Health Products
“Autoimmunity” refers to a category of health conditions characterized by the immune system inappropriately attacking the...
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Top 10 Ways to Give your New Year an Energy Boost
Are you feeling run down? The combination of holiday overindulgence and cold weather can leave you feeling tired and “sluggish.”...
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Stress, Simplified
There’s no shortage of tips, lists, and suggestions available from trusted friends, family members, spiritual leaders, television...
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Give Seasonal Viruses the Cold Shoulder
With about 200 variations of the common cold and a novel strain of flu marketed as the next epidemic every fall, all with no cure in sight,...
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Vitamin E for Great Looking Winter Skin
Vitamin E is actually a family of eight specialized, fat-soluble compounds with a glowing résumé of biological activity critical for...
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Feast on Your Holiday Favourites with Digestive Enzymes
The holiday season involves plenty of socializing and the occasional venture outside of our culinary comfort zone. Variables that affect digestion...
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Traveler’s Diarrhea: Size Matters with Saccharomyces boulardii
Attempts to portray the action of probiotics within the gastrointestinal tract can get a little dramatic, with the portrayal of good probiotic...
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Vitamin C
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin and antioxidant in the body. Vitamin C is best known for its effects...
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How You Can Support Your Liver This Holiday Season
We look forward to the holiday season all year long as a time of rest, festive gatherings with friends and family, and getting some closure for the...
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Targeted Use of Fish Oil: A Review of the Evidence
Oily fish and fish oil are the richest sources of long-chain omega‑3 fatty acids, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). DHA...
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Vitamin D and Adrenals—Emerging Research
Vitamin D has been in the spotlight in recent years. More Canadians are becoming aware of its importance in a number of roles including mood,...
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Magnesium
Magnesium deficiency is said to be one of the most common nutrient deficiencies. It is involved in regulation of impulse conduction in the nervous...
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