Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and the powerful antioxidant astaxanthin, krill oil adds a layer of support to many parts of the body, including the brain, eyes, central nervous system, heart, stomach, and skin. Krill oil may even support mood and the immune system.

Joint health is one of the most popular reasons people choose krill oil—if you have joint pain, feeling some relief makes a huge difference. Read more about joint support…

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How good is your daily nutrition? It’s almost a trick question, because the amount and variety of nutrients you’re getting isn’t limited to what you choose to eat, but where it was grown, how it was processed/packaged, how long it took to get to you, etc. Once you eat, the nutrients you get are limited another way: how well you absorb them. While certain conditions can limit our nutrient absorption, everyone loses some functionality with age, leaving us needing a little help.

Even if you have a great diet, there are many factors beyond our control that limit how we meet our nutritional needs. And the truth is, nutritional variety can be hard to achieve because when things aren’t limited seasonally or otherwise there is more than we can cram in in a day.

Fortunately, you can fill the gaps and guarantee some variety with a daily multivitamin like Vita One. Read more about multivitamins…

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While modern studies may just be taking a look at colloidal silver, it’s been around for centuries. Today, nano silver particles are used in everything from paint anyone can buy (meant to keep walls germ free), to professional antimicrobial applications (where they spray everything in high-risk environments), to specially coated materials in hospitals from the surfaces in the room to the objects put inside you (like catheters), and beyond. Read more about colloidal silver…

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Study after study is pushing what we know about probiotics, AKA the good bacteria in your gut, on your skin, and elsewhere further into miracle treatment territory. Cultivating good bacteria may help with depression, diseases of other parts of the body like the heart, and may be an effective, side-effect free treatment of eczema, among other discoveries.

But there’s one thing we’ve always known about good bacteria that shouldn’t be forgotten: it helps support digestion, leading to better digestive comfort, better nutrient absorption, and fewer or milder gastrointestinal illnesses. While the other potential benefits of probiotics are great, the original function shouldn’t go underappreciated. You can support your digestive and gut health with probiotic supplements like Flora MGR.
Read more about probiotics…

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New research is rolling through clinical trials as one particular healthy skin bacteria, Roseomonas mucosa, shows success at reducing symptoms of eczema (AKA atopic dermatitis). In models and then humans who had R. Mucosa transferred to their skin from people with healthy skin, eczema sufferers found they had milder symptoms, required less steroids, and had less staph (a higher risk with the broken skin of eczema). All these benefits have so far yielded no negative side-effects. Read more abou good bacteria…

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