As the first step in our body’s immune response, inflammation is literally a lifesaver. But keeping our inflammatory response in a state of balance—enough to do the job when needed, but not too much—can be a real challenge. Here’s how omega-3s and curcumin can help.*
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Childhood nutrition can be a constant challenge, but there’s one time during a child’s life when we have complete control: pregnancy. It’s a critical time for development that impacts your child’s life well into adulthood. Here are two nutrition essentials you’ll want to make sure you’re getting enough of during your child’s earliest months.
There’s a lot going on beneath the surface of our skin. Here’s what you can do—beyond applying lotions and sunscreens—to nourish and care for this critical organ.
Get ready for a once-in-a-lifetime total eclipse of the sun. The spectacle reminds us how important healthy habits are for eye health, and how to protect eyes from other potentially damaging sources of light.
People have been eating fermented foods as far back as 6,000 BC. There’s a reason for that—fermented foods naturally contain the friendly bacteria our bodies needs to thrive.* What exactly do these little bugs do for us, and why are fermented foods and probiotics so essential?
While almost everyone has heard of vitamin D3, not many people know about the bone-building and cardiovascular benefits of vitamin K2. We thought we would break it down for you as best we could.
“Triglycerides” may sound intimidating, but all you really need to know is that they’re the form of omega-3 fats naturally found in fish, and the form your body absorbs best. But not all fish oils on the market today are in the triglyceride form.