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Herbal Teas

Herbs include the leaves, bark, berries, roots, gums, seeds, stems and flowers of various plants. Because of their therapeutic value, herbs have been used for thousands of years to help maintain good health. Herbal teas are made from these herbs and are typically caffeine free. There is no real “tea” in herbal teas. How to…

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Vitamin B6

Day by day, there’s probably no nutrient as actively involved in keeping your system running smoothly as Vitamin B6. Technically an umbrella term used to describe three B vitamins (pyridoxine, pridoxal, and pyridoxamine); Vitamin B6 partakes in no fewer than 100 chemical reactions throughout the body. Vitamin B6 helps manufacture the building blocks of proteins…

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Vitamin B5

Also known as Vitamin B5, pantothenic acid is essential for a number of basic bodily functions -from growth to reproduction. It participates in the continual breakdown of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins from food. This vitamin also produces numerous enzymes and helps maintain precise communication between the central nervous system and the brain. A deficiency of…

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Vitamin B3

Also known as Vitamin B3, niacin has earned a reputation (in supplement form) as a natural cholesterol lowering agent. It may also help to prevent or treat a number of other disorders, from arthritis and depression to diabetes. This vitamin is also critical to releasing energy from carbohydrates and helping to control blood sugar levels….

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Vitamin B2

Vitamin B2, a water-soluble member of the B-complex family of vitamins, plays a crucial role in converting protein, fats, and carbohydrates into the energy that the body demands to grow and develop property. Along with Vitamin B6 and niacin, riboflavin protects the nervous system. Vital to maintaining proper metabolism, riboflavin also helps to shore up…

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