want to thank you for your continued support. Without you, none of this would be possible. When you took our supplements, when you shared us with your friends and family, and when you reached out with your kind words and constructive criticisms we took that and laid the foundation for what comes next.
Thanks again for all your love and support. And as always, we'd love to hear from you.
Vegetable oils are better termed industrial seed oils since they’re not made from vegetables and an industrial process is required to extract them. When you hear “vegetable oils”, think industrial seed oils, and understand what that means.
Fasting as a healthy way to diet. A summary of the different forms of fasting, the process and benefits of autophagy, how fasting reduces fat without affecting muscle, improves insulin resistance and lowers blood glucose.
Magnesium plays an important role in managing vitamin D activity/function and helps to maintain calcium balance. Magnesium’s presence is necessary for the function of enzymes that activate vitamin D in the liver and kidneys, as well as the enzymes responsible for carrying it in the blood.
It took two billion years of life on earth for our cells to work out a way to produce enough energy to get beyond being small, solo entities whose main goal was to replicate themselves. Energy is the very essence of life; from acquiring energy-providing molecules to breaking them down and harnessing that energy.
Given how important mitochondrial health is for the proper functioning of our brains, any strategy would help to protect these mitochondria so they are less affected by aging will help us to live longer, healthier and happier lives.
Below are some of the lifestyle, diet, and supplementation strategies you can implement to help ensure your mitochondria are functioning optimally.
PQQ, originally named methoxatin, was first identified in bacteria in 1979 as a cofactor for a group of enzymes called dehydrogenases. Since then, it has been studied and found to play an important role in human cells. As our understanding of its effects on the body increases, the benefits are increasingly appreciated.
While the dairy industry convinced us that we can be cool like the celebrities with milk mustaches if we consume enough milk, the medical community convinced us that if we didn’t consume enough dairy products our bones would melt.
But if some calcium helps our bones to be strong, would getting more calcium help them be even stronger?
I feel the need to apologize for not posting here in a few weeks. I was ahead of schedule for getting posts out, but my summer ended up being much busier than I had anticipated. Now with summer behind us, and the days getting shorter, it’s back to business.