What Everyone Should Know Before Buying Supplements. Supplements are just concentrated foods. They provide an opportunity to take a highly purified, concentrated food and put it into a form that’s easier to consume.
An easy way to get more Omega 3s. You probably already know that eating fish is a healthy choice. But do you know why? Fresh fish is a healthy, high-protein food, but it’s especially important for its omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential fats that your body cannot produce by itself. You can eat lots of cold water fish to get more of these essential fatty acids.
Supplements, when used correctly, really do make people feel better. But using supplements correctly means knowing what’s in the bottles... You cannot tell how effective a supplement is just by looking at the label.
Winter solstice (December 21st) is right around the corner, which means our days are getting shorter and shorter. While winter gives plants a time to conserve their energy for new growth in the spring, the lack of sunlight can affect your body’s health.
Two words often come to mind in November: Thankful AND Healthy. And this month’s Feeding MaxWell Challenge will show you how to combine both!
Most Americans are in the habit of consuming fried food, prepackaged meals, and sugary beverages. Unfortunately, these foods are highly processed, pro-inflammatory, and put you at a higher risk for developing mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression.
People are living longer today than ever before. Yet, the elderly may not be living as healthy a lifestyle as in previous generations. Proper nutrition can help protect cellular health, reduce inflammation and improve the immune system. Diet is a major player in determining how well you age.
Let your diet fuel you up to stay energized all day long! Life can be hectic with kids back in school, or at least back to on-line school in 2020. All the activities that come with school or getting…
Blood pressure is affected by many dietary and behavioral components such as adiposity, sodium intake, potassium intake, alcohol consumption, and toxic burden.
It's no secret that vegetables are an important part of a healthy diet. Most of us could use a few more vegetables in our day. In fact, the CDC (Center for Disease Control) tells us only 1 out of 10 adults consume the recommended amount of vegetables.