The Powerful Healing Benefits of Beets

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Beets are one of nature’s most powerful healers. Unfortunately, they’re not at the top of most people’s favorite foods list due to their earthy flavor and seemingly limited usage. However, beets are more diverse than meets the eye and can be consumed in both sweet and savory dishes as well as in many different forms…

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Richard’s Pureway-C®

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Immune Boost and Sustained Protection at Richard’s Pureway-C® is a 100% Natural Solution More rapidly protected immune system More rapidly taken-up and absorbed by cells than other forms of vitamin C More rapidly absorbed and more highly retained by the human body than other traditional forms of vitamin C PureWay-C® is directly associated with greater…

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Richard’s Plant Based Protein

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What are the Benefits of Plant Based Protein? One of the most common misconceptions about plant-based diets is that they are lacking in protein. Not only is this completely untrue, but plant-based proteins provide some amazing health benefits. Keep reading to learn more about plant-based protein including where to find it, how it benefits your…

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B Vitamins to Ring in 2020

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Because alcohol is a diuretic, you lose a lot of vitamins and nutrients during a night on the town. The most important of which are vitamins B and C. Those people that use a vitamin B complex — a pill that includes B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), folic acid, B6 and B12, among others — to…

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Fasting

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Fasting for Health and Healing Fasting refers to complete abstinence from food for a short or long period for a specific purpose. The word is derived from the old English, ‘feastan’, meaning to fast, observe, be strict. Fasting is nature’s oldest, most effective and yet least expensive method of restoring health and is recognized as…

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Honey

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Eight Health Benefits of Raw Honey What is raw honey? Most Americans love their sugar. In fact, many consume double the recommended intake. Plus, the amount of fructose corn syrup in prepared foods is astounding. Not only does sugar foster bad bacteria, it is the number one cause of heart disease. Switching your intake from…

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Allergy Relief

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Additional Good Bacteria May Help Relieve Allergy Symptoms Reprint with Permission from Renew Life New research out of the University of Florida is nothing to sneeze at. That’s because researchers believe providing additional good bacteria during peak seasons may help alleviate symptoms in people suffering from mild allergies. Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli are among the most…

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Omega-3

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Omega-3 Vitamins, minerals and antioxidants are known to provide health benefits to those who supplement with them. In addition to traditional nutrients, there is a family of essential fats that is crucial for optimal health and proper functions of the human cel­lular membranes: the omega-3 fats. Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) are in the…

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Coffee

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Coffee* Coffee is a brewed beverage from the roasted seeds of the coffee plant. Coffee contains caffeine. Excessive consumption of caffeine can cause nervousness, anxiety, insomnia, rapid pulse and heart rate, and PMS symptoms in sensitive individuals. Pregnant women should limit their coffee consumption. Coffee Grinding Tips Try not to grind more than you will…

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Acai

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Botanical Information Açai (pronounced ah-sigh-EE) is a palm tree native to Central and South America. It produces a reddish-purple berry that is related to the blueberry and cranberry. Promoted as a “superfood” due to its high antioxidant content and is marketed for weight-loss and anti-aging purposes. It is available as juices, powders, tablets and capsules.Features…

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