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Archive for November, 2008

Healthy Ideas for This Holiday is your source for the gift of health this holiday. This could be the year you make holiday shopping a healthy experience. Lucky offers thousands of fantastic products to be the perfect present for your loved ones. You can find unique gift ideas with incredible prices, up to 75% off. Do you always have […]

Get Ready For Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Day is celebrated this Thursday in the United States. Canadians have already celebrated it on the second Monday of October. The traditional North American holiday dates back from the 1600s and it’s famous for its gathering of family and friends for a “eating all-day” ritual. We should prepare for the traditional celebration and the […]

Herb of the Week: Pomegranate

Antioxidants are of the hottest supplements these days. We hear about the benefits of antioxidants everywhere and more products, such as cereals, nutritional bars and juices, are offering high amounts of it. Pomegranate is one of the highest sources of antioxidants. The fruit originally from the region of Iran and northern India is now cultivated in […]

Tired? Take a Nap and Feel Great

Finally. A new study has showed that taking a nap may boost a sophisticated kind of memory that helps us see the big picture and get creative. Napping has been part of several cultures around the world. The traditional short sleep during the day has significant impact on how people are able to sleep better […]

Vitamin of the Week: Ester-C

Many people wish they could carry a “quick guide” when going to a store or online to shop for vitamins and supplements. There are so many choices for everything, and also so many names that most people are not familiar with. For example, when shopping for vitamin C, several customers often wonder what Ester-C is. […]

Taking Care of Your Kidneys

A recent analysis found that 13 percent of American adults have chronic kidney disease. The study published last November in The Journal of the American Medical Association also showed that the number has increased ten percent from a decade earlier. Nearly 26 million people in America are suffering from chronic kidney disease, often abbreviated C.K.D. The […]

Herb of the Week: Bladderwrack

Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus) is a seaweed found on the northern part of the Atlantic ocean and also on the Pacific coast of the United States. The main stem of the algae is known as the thallus and is commonly used medicinally. The thallus has tough, air-filled pods or bladders to help the algae float, the reason […]

Prevagen Jellyfish Protein Ingredient Winner of Prestigious Nobel Prize Award is proud to announce that the researcher who discovered the active-ingredient within top selling Prevagen, recently won the Nobel Prize. In a press release issued by The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences the researchers Osamu Shimomura, Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), Woods Hole, MA, and Boston University Medical School, MA, Martin Chalfie, Columbia University, New York, […]

Vitamin of the Week: Mini Tablets

Tablets are the most common way of taking supplements. Most people take their vitamins and minerals everyday and do not have any problem swallowing tablets and, sometimes, capsules. Some products are also available in alternative forms such as liquid, softgels, or powder, but the majority of products are made in tablets. Multi vitamins are the most […]

Lucky Vitamin Diet Shifting Gears

Lucky Vitamin Diet is now shifting gears. Clark and Ace will be switching supplements as they move into the third and final month of the program. The only change will be a new fat burner, as they will be switching from Hydroxyslim by Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals to Iovate Hydroxycut Clinical Strength Green Tea by Muscletech Products. […]

Fighting Muscle Pain

Exercising is wonderful. It feels great when you are able to accomplish a great workout, followed by a nice shower and a delicious meal. Many people have this very enjoyable time at least three times a week. However, if you are regularly doing physical activity, you are completely aware of a very common problem: muscle […]

Herb of the Week: Ginger

Many people may not know but one item of your grocery list may be used to treat a few health concerns. Ginger is generally used as a cooking spice in many cultures but it is also a very powerful herbal medicine. People have been using ginger for the treatment of motion sickness and morning sickness […]

Learning about Pycnogenol

Pycnogenol is an antioxidant plant extract from the bark of a French maritime pine tree, which grows exclusively along the coast of southwest France in Les Landes de Gascogne. These pine trees contain concentrated levels of unique flavonoid compounds that support the body’s ability to neutralize free radicals. Free radicals may inhibit immune functions consequently […]

Vitamin of the Week: Choline

Some questions about supplements are always intriguing. The group called B-Complex has several members but some of those are not really vitamin B. Is choline a type of vitamin B? Technically no. Choline is an organic compound, classified as a water-soluble essential nutrient and usually grouped within the Vitamin B complex. Choline may help to […]

Melatonin, Good Night!

Many people struggle to sleep well every night and try different things to sleep better. Some people try drinking tea or milk before bedtime to improve sleep. Watching TV and reading books are some other popular tricks to fall asleep. A naturally occurring hormone can be another alternative: melatonin. Melatonin has been used for years […]