Best Vitamins for Women

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Why Vitamins are Important

Even if a women has a diet that is specific to all the nutrients that are necessary for daily life, research shows that many women still experience at least one type of nutrient deficiency, if not more. It is believed that around 30 percent of women are deficient in several vitamins, and 75 percent of women would likely develop nutrient deficiencies if they don’t take supplemental multivitamins. Nutrient deficiencies leaves women vulnerable to recovering from illnesses, weakens their ability to survive childbirth, and makes them more susceptible to illness. There’s also evidence that post-menopausal women are more likely to develop disorders like osteoporosis and lose their vision.

Vitamins and minerals are important, not only for our daily health, but for our longevity. Taking vitamins daily can help women’s heart health, brain development, a healthy pregnancy, ease premenstrual syndrome (PMS) symptoms and menopause symptoms, balancing hormones, and keeping bones strong. Studies also show that when women take vitamins they need, their children and partners will also take the vitamins they need.

Best Vitamins and Minerals for Women

  1. Antioxidant Vitamins (Vitamins A, C, and E). These antioxidant vitamins fight free radical damage, which is the underlying cause of aging and many disease that affect the heart, eyes, skin, and brain. The vitamins prevent illnesses and colds, as well as aid the eyes and keep the skin healthy and protects from skin cancer.

  2. Vitamin D3. D3 is important for bone and skeletal health, brain functions, preventing mood disorders and hormonal balance.

  3. Vitamin K. When it comes to building and maintaining strong bones, Vitamin K plays a very important role. It also helps with blood clotting, and prevents heart disease, which is currently the number one cause of death among women living in America.

  4. B Vitamins. The B vitamins are important for a women’s metabolism, preventing fatigue, and boosting cognitive functions. Folate – which is a type of B vitamin – is critical for a healthy pregnancy, developing fetuses, and preventing birth defects since it helps build the baby’s brain and spinal cord.

  5. Iron. Iron plays an important role in the body; it produces hemoglobin ( a type of protein that transports oxygen via the blood from the lungs to other tissues throughout the body). Adolescent girls are at the highest risk for iron deficiencies, and women in general need to be careful to get enough since demand for iron increases during menstruation due to blood loss.

  6. Iodine. Iodine is crucial for making proper amounts of thyroid hormones. Iodine intake is especially important for young women looking to become pregnant or who are pregnant because it plays a big role in brain development for the growing fetus.

  7. Magnesium. One of the most essential minerals that helps regulate calcium, potassium, and sodium, and is essential for over 300 different biochemical functions in the body.

  8. Omega-3 Salmon Oil. Omega-3 is a natural anti-inflammatory, and helps in preventing conditions like arthritis, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, depression, and more.

  9. Calcium. Getting enough calcium is important for bone strength, regulating heart rhythms, aiding in muscle functions, controlling blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Best Vitamins for Men

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Why Do We Need to Take Vitamins?

A lot of the vitamins that are necessary for our bodies come from the foods that we eat. However, if you are living in america there’s a great chance that you are eating a “Western Diet,” that’s filled with processed food that have stripped most of the nutrients away, causing them to be low in vitamins and minerals. Therefore, a lot of people experience some form of nutrient deficiency. To make up for that deficiency we take supplements.

Risk Factors of Vitamin Deficiencies in Men

You can experience low vitamin and mineral levels without showing any noticeable signs or symptoms, so don’t assume that because you feel mostly “normal” your diet is definitely sufficient in the best vitamins. There are several risk factors for men that can make them likely to have a deficiency:

  • eating a poor diet, especially one low in fresh vegetables and fruits

  • being elderly (studies show nutritional status in older men can be impacted by a decrease in gastric secretion of digestive juices, changes in fluid and electrolyte regulation and chronic illness)

  • family history of deficiencies

  • recovering from an illness that effects nutrient absorption within the digestive tract

  • taking medications that block the effects of some vitamins

Even if you eat a pretty solid diet and try to include a variety of nutrient-rich foods in your meals every day, it may still be a wise idea to take supplements.

Best Vitamins and Minerals for Men

  1. Vitamin D3. It’s estimated that 45-75% of adults in the U.S. are vitamin D deficient. Men need vitamin D3 to produce testosterone, maintain strong bones, protect brain health, prevent mood disorders, and help control cholesterol and blood pressure levels. If men have a deficiency in D3 might be up to 80% more likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke.

  2. Vitamin B12. Although some may think that eating enough beef, poultry and eggs will be enough of a B12 intake, it is not. Because men often take prescription or over-the-counter medicine, it interferes with their absorption of the vitamin. A deficiency in B12 can cause fatigue and central nervous system issues.

  3. Antioxidant Vitamins (Vitamins A, C and E). The biggest benefit of antioxidant vitamins is that they fight free radical damage, which speeds up the aging process and puts men at a greater risk for problems like cancer, cognitive decline, vision loss and heart disease. They also help protect healthy cells, and prevent cell mutation and tumor growth.

  4. Vitamin K. Vitamin K is important for building and maintaining strong bones, blood clotting, and preventing heart disease. Those who have been taking antibiotics and prescription medications for an extended period of time, and men suffering from intestinal problems, are more likely to have a Vitamin K deficiency.

  5. Magnesium. Magnesium is an essential electrolyte mineral involved in over 300 different chemical processes. It plays a very big part in regulation calcium, potassium, and sodium levels, helping prevent conditions like high blood pressure, muscle spasms, headaches and heart disease. Magnesium deficiency can cause muscle spasms/twitches, anxiety, trouble going to the bathroom, and difficulty getting good sleep.

  6. Omega-3 Salmon Oil. Omega-3s are beneficial for heart health, the brain, and the immune system. One of it’s main functions is being an anti-inflammatory.

  7. Potassium. Low potassium raises the risk of cardiovascular issues, especially high blood pressure. It is also linked to poor bone health, a sluggish metabolism, fatigue, poor digestion and muscle spasms

7 Natural Ways to Increase Energy

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Whether you suffer from adrenal fatigue, or you are just exhausted because you’re not getting enough sleep, we all need a boost in our energy levels! Before you reach for the energy drink or third cup of coffee, stop, and read the natural ways you can boost your energy without sacrificing your health.

  1. Improve Sleep Quality. If you are having trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, this can cause you to feel more exhausted during the day. Even if you can’t achieve 8 hours of sleep a night, your quality of sleep should be a top priority. Ways that you can increase your quality of sleep:

    • Keep a consistent sleep schedule; wake up and go to sleep at the same time every day. Doing so will help regulate your internal body clock.

    • Eliminate caffeine after 3 p.m. because the effects can last up to 12 hours.

    • write out what stress you are feeling and what is keeping you up at night.

  2. Herbs. There’s herbs that will help boost energy and combat low energy in both males and females. Incorporating the following herbs into your daily diet could help you feel lees exhausted, more focused, and calmer:

    • ashwagandha

    • rhodiola

    • holy basil

    • ginseng

  3. Stay Hydrated. It’s important to drink at least 1/2 your body weight in oz every day.

  4. Exercise Daily. Incorporating regular exercise into your routine will actually boost your energy and enhance your overall health.

  5. Peppermint Oil. infusing peppermint oil or even inhaling it will help stimulate your mind and increase your focus.

  6. Vitamin B12. Vitamin B is known as the energy vitamin and supports energy production and keeps blood cells happy and healthy.

  7. Vegetable Juice. Drinking a fresh vegetable juice can be a shock to your body – in a good way. It gives you an instant boost of energy, which makes it a wonderful replacement for you energy drink or mid-afternoon coffee

Overcoming Constipation


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What is Constipation? 

Constipation is the difficulty of emptying the bowels, usually associated with hardened feces. It is slower-than-normal movement of stool through the digestive tract. Producing fewer-than-normal bowel movements is also a sign of constipation. Constipation effects up to 20% of adult Americans. It occurs so frequently that it accounts for 2.5 million doctor visits every year, and people spend over $800 million on over-the-counter laxatives every year. But there are so many better, cheaper ways to help your bowels go smoother. 

Causes of Constipation 

There are a lot of things that could be causing constipation. It's good to know what the cause could be so that you can better prevent constipation from happening again. 

  • Low Fiber Diet 

  • Unhealthy Gut 

  • Processed Foods 

  • Refined Carbs 

  • Dehydration 

  • Emotional Stress 

  • Inactivity 

  • Poor Sleep 

  • Bacteria 

  • Hormone Problems 

  • Magnesium Deficiency 

  • Bad Bathroom Habits 

  • Certain Medications 

Natural Remedies 

  1. Eat the right food. 

    • high-fiber foods like raw fruits, vegetables, beans, seeds and nuts. 

    • green leafy veggies 

    • prunes and figs 

    • warm liquids 

    • water 

  2. Avoid the bad foods.

    • processed food like cheese, chips, and ice cream 

    • ultra-processed foods like frozen pizza, snack cakes, and cereal 

    • fried foods 

    • alcohol 

    • pasteurized dairy 

    • caffeine 

  3. Take Supplements. 

    • Flaxseed Oil 

    • Psyllium Husk 

    • Magnesium 

    • Probiotics 

    • Aloe Vera Juice 

Hormones: What You Need to Know About Them and How to Balance Them

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The Endocrine System

Our bodies are charging with hormones and they all come from one body system; the Endocrine system. The endocrine system is in charge of coordinating the relationship between the different organs and hormones, which are chemicals that are released into your bloodstream from cells within your endocrine glands. One of the most important gland is the pituitary gland (or “master gland”) that’s responsible for sending information from your brain to other glands in your body. It also produces many hormones that travel throughout the body that have different important functions.

Signs and Symptoms of Hormone Imbalance

Most people, especially women, suffer from hormone imbalances. Some of the most common signs and symptoms of hormone imbalances include:

  • Infertility and irregular periods

  • Weight gain or weight loss (that’s unexpected and not due to intentional changes in your diet)

  • Depression and anxiety

  • Fatigue

  • Insomnia

  • Low libido

  • Changes in appetite

  • Digestive issues

  • Hair loss and hair thinning

Causes of Hormone Imbalance

Hormone imbalances can lead to health issues like Polycystic Ovarian syndrome (PCOS), erectile dysfunction, hyperthyroidism, Grave’s disease, diabetes, and adrenal fatigue. This all depends on several factors, and the person. Some of the major contributors to hormone imbalances include:

  • Diet

  • Medical history

  • Genetics

  • Stress levels

  • Expositor to toxins

  • Gut issues

  • Being overweight or obese

Natural ways to Balance Hormones

Hormone imbalances can happen to anyone as early as puberty. Although that can feel a bit overwhelming and daunting, but there are several natural ways to help balance your hormones.

Change Your Diet

Eliminate foods that have refined carbohydrates, sugar, alcohol, processed foods, and white flour. Add healthy fats such as coconut oil, avocados, grass-fed meat, and wild-caught salmon. Salmon is one of the best sources of omega-3 fatty acids. Research shows that omega-3 fatty acids help protect against hippocampal neuronal loss and reduce pro-inflammatory responses.

Herbs

Herbs have a unique healing effect that can promote hormone balance and protect the body from a wide variety of diseases, including those caused by excess stress. In addition to immune function and combating stress, research shows that various herbs such as ashwagandha, rhodiola and holy basil can:

  • Improve thyroid function

  • Lower cholesterol naturally

  • Reduce anxiety and depression

  • Reduce brain cell degeneration

  • Stabilize blood sugar and insulin levels

  • Support adrenal gland function

Ashwagandha can be extremely helpful in balancing hormones. It benefits thyroid function because it promotes the scavenging of free radicals that cause cellular damage. Ashwangadha can be used to support a sluggish or overactive thyroid, and it can also help to overcome adrenal fatigue. Your adrenals can become overtaxed when you experience too much emotional, physical or mental stress, leading to the distribution of hormones like adrenaline, cortisol and progesterone.

Address Emotional Imbalances

A major component of balancing your hormones naturally is addressing any emotional imbalances that you are dealing with. You can do this by reducing stress levels, engaging in personal reflection and taking time for yourself. Practicing meditation or healing prayer can be extremely beneficial, and so can breathing exercises, spending time outdoors, and exercising every day.

Essential Oils

To balance hormones naturally, it’s important that you eliminate toxins in your body by avoiding conventional bod care products that are made with potentially-harmful chemicals including DEA, parabens, propylene glycol and sodium lauryl sulfate. A better alternative is to use natural products made with ingredients like essential oils, coconut oil, shea butter and castor oil.

To replace toxic body care and cleaning products, use hormone balancing oils:

  • Clary sage: helps balance estrogen, regulate menstural cycle, relieve PMS symptoms, and treat infertility and PCOS

  • Fennel: relax your body, improve your digestion and gut health

  • Lavender: treat anxiety, depression, moodiness and stress

  • Sandalwood: increase libido, reduce stress, promote relaxation, and boost mental clarity

  • Thyme: helps relieve health issues like infertility, PCOS, menopause, depression, hair loss, and insomnia

Supplements

Sometimes it’s necessary to supplement in order to fill nutritional voids that can be leading to hormonal imbalances. The top supplements that are recommended are:

  • Vitamin D

  • Evening Primrose Oil

  • Bone Broth

  • Probiotics

Get more sleep

A lack of sleep or disturbing your natural circadian rhythm can be one of the worst habits contributing to a hormone imbalance. How so? Because your hormones work on a schedule! Case in point: Cortisol, the primary “stress hormone” is regulated at midnight. Therefore, people who go to bed late never truly get a break from their sympathetic flight/fight stress response.

 

Although dealing with hormone imbalance can be hard and a long journey, it is better in the long run to treat it early so that menopause isn’t as difficult. Also following these natural ways to help your body will help make daily life easier and more enjoyable.

How to Naturally Repel Mosquitoes

The temperature has gone up, and the mosquitoes have come out and they are hungry for blood. For all those that enjoy the sun’s Vitamin D, being outdoors, and being active, are very prone to getting bit. For those people, and for the rest of us who simply don’t like those red, itchy bumps all summer, here are some facts about mosquitoes and how to protect yourself naturally, free from any harsh chemicals and without that gross chemical smell.

When it comes to mosquitoes themselves, they’re pesky little bothers. They can scent a potential target from fifty yards away, due to certain chemical compounds found on human skin. These include but are not limited to:

  • Healthy bacteria

  • Carbon dioxide (from exhalation)

  • Octenal (a substance found in breath and sweat)

  • Heat

  • Movement

  • Old sweat (not fresh, contrary to popular belief)

  • Eating bananas (for whatever reason, mosquitoes love those! Avoid them during the summer to lower your risk of bites)

Basically, any summer activity can potentially attract mosquitoes. This is especially true in larger adults. The greater the body mass, the higher the amount of carbon dioxide a person emits in their breath. Thus a tall, muscular athlete exercising outdoors is prone to greater breakouts than someone simply lying out in the sun.

This can potentially be problematic. Throughout history, mosquitoes have developed a bad rep for being carriers of several serious illnesses, including:

  • Malaria

  • West Nile Fever

  • Encephalitis

  • Yellow Fever

  • Dengue

Thankfully, there are natural ways to lower your appeal to mosquitoes, and hopefully avoid them altogether.

  • B-Complex vitamins. Supplementing with the entire B-Complex makes a person’s natural scent foul to mosquitoes, who then happily avoid the source.

  • Taken internally, either in food or – for better protection – through supplementation, garlic has the same effect on mosquitoes as B vitamins.

  • Cinnamon essential oil. Research is still being done on the topic, but cinnamon oils has been found, in one study, to be more effective in repelling insects than your regular drugstore mosquito repellent. It is also safe, delicious, and smells wonderful.

  • Neem leaf or oil. As a leaf, neem can be burned to create an unpleasant atmosphere for mosquitoes and other insects. As an oil, if combined with coconut oil, it can be rubbed into the skin for a similar effect.

  • Essential oils. Besides cinnamon oil, other oils that can be used for repelling mosquitoes and other insects are; catnip, vanilla extract mixed with olive oil, lemon in combination with eucalyptus oil, peppermint, lemongrass, and citronella.

If you are bitten, however, there are a number of herbs you can use to soothe your bites:

  • Aloe Vera

  • Lavender Oil

  • Chamomile

  • Raw local honey

  • Tea Tree oil

  • Basil

  • Lemon or lime oils

  • Tea bags

  • Apple Cider vinegar

  • Baking soda

Before you go outside this summer, slather on some oils or swallow some B-Vitamins and garlic supplements.

Benefits of CBD

What is CBD?

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the compounds that is found in the cannabis plant. There a hundreds of different compounds found in the cannabis plant, but CBD is one of the compounds that does not affect the users in a psychedelic way. CBD oil is a non-intoxicating compound that has shown promise in treating and managing symptoms of a broad range of diseases. The compound has anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.

There are some historic text that show that CBD was used in 2900 BC by the Chinese as a joint discomfort healer. While in 1000 BC, people in India used it as an overall health supporter. Although CBD seems to be a new health drug, it has been around for a long time and still has the same health benefits.

Health Benefits

CBD can help with a verity of health concerns from cancer to anxiety. When it comes to anxiety, studies show that 30% of adults in the U.S. and 25% of teenagers are affected by anxiety. Another on of the great benefits that comes from CBD is that it is an anti-anxiety compound and is effective in treating social anxiety, general anxiety, and panic attacks. CBD doesn’t have any of the side effects that pharmaceutical anti-anxiety medications have.

Along with helping relieve anxiety, CBD is also used to help with joint discomfort, inflammation, and pain management. It works to suppress certain processes and signals in the brain to provide relief. CBD eliminates many types of discomfort by interacting with receptors in our brain. By doing so users of CBD are able to find some form of solace.

How to use CBD

CBD comes in many different forms, but the most common is oil. The oil form of CBD is also the most potent and easiest way to intake it. Most CBD oil comes in a bottle with a dropper, this makes it easy to measure and ingest.

If you have low pain, recommended usage is 5-10 milligram dosage. If you have medium pain, recommended usage is 10-20 milligram dosage. If you have high pain, recommended usage is 20-110 milligram dosage. You can always start with a low dosage for 3-7 days and then go back and see if it's helping, then add more to the dosage as needed. It takes about 30-60 minutes for the CBD effects to kick in and for the pain to go away. The effects of the CBD should last about 4-6 hours, depending in the dosage and the person.

Iridology

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What is iridology?

Iridology is the practice of reading the iris of the eye to determine areas of strength and weakness in the body. Iridology examines fiber integrity, color, texture, pigmentation, and constitution. The characteristics of the iris and locations of different markings can reveal strengths and weaknesses of organs, areas and levels of inflammation, and health status. The iris is an extension of the nerve fibers of the brain, and these fibers visually reveal the health status of the body.

What does iridology tell me?

Iridology makes several suggestions about one’s health that can be beneficial for those who are looking to improve their overall health. Examples include overall health, health level, health potential, genetic and environmental toxicity sites, tendencies and predispositions, nutritional requirements and deficiencies, and inherent strengths and weaknesses.

What are the limitations of iridology?

While iridology can have many powerful uses, its knowledge is not unlimited. Iridology cannot identify illnesses or make diagnoses. It cannot reveal pregnancy as pregnancy is not a pathological condition. Iridology does not provide psychological or psychiatric analyses and cannot provide the location of invading microbes, such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites.

How can I schedule an iridology consultation?

Nature’s Finest Nutrition offers iridology consultations in-store. Appointments are typically accepted between the hours of 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, although if your availability does not fit within these hours, give us a call and we will work with you. Call (423) 899-8942 to ask any questions and schedule an appointment.

Reference:

http://laube.ca/en/iridology/

Disclaimer: We do not directly or indirectly give medical advice or prescribe through alternative treatment. We recommend that people contact their doctor if they need a medical diagnosis. We assume no responsibility if anyone decides to use this information, which is of historical value, for they are choosing to prescribe for themselves. Healing is sometimes a slow process, and we suggest that you do not stop taking any medications without the guidance of a doctor.

Melatonin-- Nature's Sleep Aid?

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There is much discussion and debate about the benefits and effectiveness of using melatonin as a natural sleep aid.  With so many differing opinions, it can be hard to decipher the facts.  So, what is the truth about melatonin?

What is melatonin?

Melatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland, located in the center of the brain. [1] The production of melatonin is affected by the time of day and amount of light-- production decreases when its light and increases when its dark. [2] Melatonin does not induce sleep, but it prepares the body for sleep by decreasing motor activity, increasing fatigue, and slightly lowering body temperature. [1]

Why is melatonin used?

Melatonin is used in individuals who have sleeping disorders because it has a very low risk of dependency, the body will not become used to the hormone and become less sensitive, and there is no "hangover effect." Research has proven melatonin to be particularly useful in those with insomnia, shift work disorders caused by working at night and sleeping in the daytime, and individuals experiencing jet lag. [2]

Is melatonin beneficial for those without a diagnosed sleeping disorder?

There have been no conclusive research findings about the benefits or disadvantages of melatonin use in individuals without a diagnosed sleeping disorder. It is crucial to contact your health care provider before beginning any supplement.

What if I am taking melatonin?

If you are taking melatonin, it is important to create the right environment to reap the benefits of the hormone.  Blue and green lights from electronic devices hinder the production of melatonin, so stop device use two hours before bedtime.  Bright overhead lights can also have the same effect.  Try to create a relaxing and restful environment before bed to prepare your body for sleep. [3]

Who shouldn't take melatonin?

Individuals who are pregnant, breastfeeding, have an autoimmune disorder, a seizure disorder, or depression should not use melatonin.  Remember to talk with your health care provider before beginning any supplement. [3]

Where can I purchase melatonin?

https://www.naturessunshine.com/us/product/melatonin-extra-3-mg-60-caps/2830/

https://www.naturessunshine.com/us/product/melatonin-extra-3-mg-60-caps/2830/

Nature's Sunshine® Melatonin Extra® is a supplement option that also contains other herbs and vitamins for maximum effect.  It is offered in 3-mg tablets which also contain vitamin E, ginko leaf and leaf extract, and eleuthero root for optimal benefits. [4]

Other natural sleeping tips

  • Keep a normal sleep routine- try to go to sleep and wake up at the same time each day
  • Get active- aerobic exercise has been shown to improve adult's sleep quality
  • Watch your diet- stop caffeine intake (including coffee, soft drinks, and chocolate) by mid-afternoon. Make dinner your lightest meal and try to avoid spicy or greasy foods, which can increase indigestion and make it harder to sleep
  • Avoid smoking- studies show that smokers have less restful nights than non-smokers
  • Avoid alcohol before bed- while alcohol may help you fall asleep, it disrupts your brain waves and decreases sleep quality
  • Put down your phone- technology use (from phones, television, computers, etc.) should stop at least one hour before bedtime because the light from these devices stimulates the brain and makes it harder to fall asleep
  • Keep it cool- studies say that individuals with a lower core body temperature sleep better and longer, so lower your thermostat before bedtime
  • Use your bed for sleep only- doing other activities, such as working, eating, or watching TV, creates an association between these activities and your bed, making it harder to relax and fall asleep [5]

References

[1] http://www.vivo.colostate.edu/hbooks/pathphys/endocrine/otherendo/pineal.html

[2] https://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements-melatonin/art-20363071

[3] https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/healthy-sleep/sleep-science/melatonin-for-sleep-does-it-work

[4] https://www.naturessunshine.com/us/product/melatonin-extra-3-mg-60-caps/2830/

[5] https://www.healthline.com/health/natural-sleeping-remedies#keep-it-dark

Disclaimer: We do not directly or indirectly give medical advice or prescribe through alternative treatment.  We recommend that people contact their doctor if they need a medical diagnosis. We assume no responsibility if anyone decides to use this information, which is of historical value, for they are choosing to prescribe for themselves. Healing is sometimes a slow process, and we suggest that you do not stop taking any medications without the guidance of a doctor.

 

 

The Importance of Strength Training

Don't feel the need to look like this guy either. 

Don't feel the need to look like this guy either. 

We all want to be strong, look good, and feel good but strength training goes beyond that. While we don't have to look like the lady above, strength training is a good way to improve overall health, mentally and physically. You're probably asking "what is the point if not to look "incredible"?" Let me shed some light. To engage in strength training does not mean you have to be incredibly ripped, strong, one big mass of muscle, or even "in shape". The key is to start with where you are and push yourself to get to where you want to be. ( it may sound cliche but it's true) Don't try to exceed your limits to the point of hurting yourself but also go a bit beyond what you think you are capable of. In my experience strength training goes further than the gym, it extends into our everyday lives. There are times in training where you will think you are not capable and feel the effects of the confidence and accomplishment when you push through, overcome, and do what you thought you couldn't. Going forward you will find yourself being full of more confidence and believing that you can do more and are capable of doing hard or uncomfortable tasks. Strength training is good for you mentally because of those reasons, it takes you out of your comfort zone and pushes you to rely on your resolve and resilience. Many people see positive changes in their self esteem as a result. Now lets get to the physical benefits. Obviously strength training can make you look great if you put in the work and that is a great benefit but not the only one. Some other benefits are gaining strength, losing weight, forming good posture, strengthening your bones carrying out everyday tasks easier, and long term benefits that help your body and mind in old age. 

Here is a link for you to learn more: https://www.everydayhealth.com/fitness/add-strength-training-to-your-workout.aspx

 

The Big "C" Word

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We all know someone who’s had to hear that big “C” word from their doctor. Cancer is a venomous disease that takes thousands of lives and affects millions of people. Everyone is looking and praying for a way to stop cancer. But what if one was discovered hundreds of years ago?

Laetrile, aka vitamin B-17, or amygdalin is a chemical compound commonly found in fruits and vegetables. Laetrile was found in numerous studies to have beneficial effects on lung, prostate, and cervical cancer.

Commonly found in peach and apricot pits, apple seeds and other berries as well as some nuts and vegetables, Laetrile is the most purified and concentrated form of amygdalin. Historically, Laetrile has been used to prevent and stop cancer since the 1800’s. However, a political cover up and subsequent faulty clinical trials have kept it from being approved by the FDA. [1]

The famous study that was “covered up” was performed by Dr. Kenematsu Sugiura at the Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer Research in 1974. Dr. Sugiura found that cancerous mice that were treated with amygdalin had a “definite deduction in development of mammary tumors – 70% in controls against 48% in amygdalin-treated mice. It also shows amygdalin had a strong inhibitory effect on the development of lung metastases in mice – 75 per cent inhibition against 22 per cent in controls.” [2] Dr. Sugiura concluded that “Amygdalin (Laetrile) should be legal and available” as Laetrile has the ability to “attack only cancer tissue. It is ‘poisonous’ only to cancer.” Dr. Sugiura is not the only doctor to find that Laetrile can almost miraculously stop cancer from growing.

Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer for men. Researchers at the Kyung Hee University Medical Center in South Korea found in 2006 that “amygdalin induces apoptotic cell death in human DU145 and LNCaP prostate cancer cells by caspase-3 activation through down-regulation of Bcl-2 and up-regulation of Bax. The present study reveals that amygdalin may offer a valuable option for the treatment of prostate cancers.”[3] Even cervical cancer can be inhibited by Laetrile. Researchers in the Bethune College of Medicine in China during a 2013 study concluded that Laetrile is “a new therapeutic option for patients with cervical cancer.”[4]

Laetrile has been found to specifically target cancerous cells time and time again, and yet the FDA still refuses to credit these studies or create more clinical trials. Perhaps the cure for cancer has been sitting right underneath our noses.

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer: We do not directly or indirectly give medical advice or prescribe through alternative treatment.  We recommend that people contact their doctor if they need a medical diagnosis. We assume no responsibility if anyone decides to use this information, which is of historical value, for they are choosing to prescribe for themselves. Healing is sometimes a slow process, and we suggest that you do not stop taking any medications without the guidance of a doctor.

 

[1] https://www.cancertutor.com/deathbydoctoring9/

[2] http://www.secondopinionfilm.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/anatomy_of_a_coverup_so_02.pdf

[3] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16880611

[4] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23137229

Kiss Your Seasonal Allergies Goodbye

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Spring is here, the pollen count is set at "very high," and seasonal allergies are in full swing. Congestion, runny nose, itchy eyes, sneezing, scratchy throat--is any of this sounding familiar? The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America estimates that 1 in 5 Americans suffer from seasonal allergies. Symptoms typically manifest in the lungs, nose, and eyes, but other symptoms can include

  • decreased concentration and focus
  • decreased decision making
  • exhaustion, and sleep disorders
  • mood swings
  • irritability
  • low blood pressure
  • hives
  • eczema
  • ear infections

Tired of experiencing the same symptoms year after year? Looking for relief, without the negative side effects of Benadryl, Claritin, and other pharmaceutical antihistamines? Good news! A combination of natural remedies and NeoLife's Herbal Respiratory Formula can help you kick seasonal allergies to the curb.

Natural Remedies

1. Eat an anti-inflammatory, alkaline diet. Add garlic, lemons, green leafy vegetables, bone broth, almonds, and probiotic-rich foods to your diet.

2. Buy local, raw honey. A tablespoon a day helps your body build up a tolerance to pollen that is common in your area.

3. Apple Cider Vinegar. Mix in some lemon juice and water to dilute the vinegar taste, and use it to flush your sinuses during an allergy attack.

4. Quercetin. A natural bioflavonoid found in onions, green tea, citrus fruits, and cruciferous vegetables (like broccoli or cauliflower), quercetin stabilizes the release of histamines in your body. It takes a few weeks of use to kick in, so be sure to stock up on vegetables and fruits before winter ends.

5. Stinging nettle leaf can be steeped in a tea, and naturally controls your body's histamine release.

6. Eucalyptus and Frankincense essential oils. These oils reduce inflammation and flush your body of bacteria, parasites, microorganisms, and toxins that can trigger an allergy attack. Use them in your laundry detergent, your diffuser, or rub some on your chest for all day relief.

NeoLife's Herbal Respiratory Formula

In conjunction with these natural remedies, try NeoLife's Herbal Respiratory Formula. One pill contains a comprehensive formula of seven different herbs:

  • Elecampane root: supports a strong immune system, promotes clear and healthy bronchial functioning.
  • Nettle leaf: supports a healthy respiratory response to pollen and other common allergens.
  • Thyme: calms and soothes distressed tissue.
  • Elder flower: promotes healthy, normal mucus content along airway passages.
  • Aniseed: promotes clear, relaxed breathing.
  • Licorice: calms distressed tissue, prevents mucus build-up in airways.
  • Bayberry: calms digestion, promotes healthy blood circulation.

For permanent seasonal allergy relief, take advantage of these natural remedies, and pick up a box of NeoLife's Herbal Respiratory Formula. Kiss those allergies goodbye!

 

Sources:

Herbal Respiratory Fast Facts

draxe.com/seasonal-allergy-symptoms

draxe.com/8-natural-allergy-relief-remedies/

Does YOUR child have a nutritional deficiency?

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Parents, you want the best for your children--that goes without saying. But despite your best, gold star efforts, your children can still develop nutritional deficiencies. Nutrients, such as vitamins and minerals, are essential for good health, especially in children who are still growing and developing. We get most of our nutrients from what we eat, but today’s foods are not as nutrient-rich as your children need them to be. Worried that your children may not be getting the nutrients they need? Here are 4 types of deficiencies, their symptoms, and how to incorporate them into your children’s diet. 1. Iron

This mineral is a main component of red blood cells, responsible for transporting oxygen around the body. 47% of preschool-aged children have an iron deficiency. A lack of iron weakens the immune system, and it can cause fatigue or weakness because the brain isn’t getting as much oxygen. Severe cases of iron deficiency can develop into anemia, with symptoms such as pale, easily bruised skin, poor appetite, and frequent infections.

How do you avoid, or rectify, an iron deficiency? Incorporate red meat, seafood, beans, and dark green vegetables like broccoli, kale, and spinach, into your children’s diet. If you believe your child is experiencing anemia, you can start them on an iron supplement to boost their levels right away.

2. Magnesium

Less than half of the United States population--children and adults alike--consume the amount of magnesium a body needs. The body uses magnesium in 300 different ways, including bone and teeth development, making it one of the most important minerals your growing children can have. A magnesium deficiency can cause growth pains or cramps, restlessness, anxiety, and muscle spasms like eye twitches.

Avoid this deficiency by stocking up on magnesium rich foods, such as oats and other whole grains, nuts, and--as a treat--dark chocolate.

3. Vitamin D

Millions of children have a Vitamin D deficiency, because it is not found in many foods, and symptoms of a deficiency are hard to spot. The benefits of Vitamin D are tenfold:

  • Promotes bone growth
  • Strengthens the immune system
  • Regulates cell growth
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Helps prevent cancer, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes

The primary source of Vitamin D is sunlight. Children are more prone to deficiencies during the winter months, when it’s cloudy, and too cold to play outside. Though symptoms of a deficiency are not obvious, children who lack Vitamin D are at risk for Rickets, a skeletal disorder that affects bone growth and density.

To keep the Vitamin D coming, even during the winter months, incorporate cod liver oil into your children’s diet, as well as seafood like salmon and trout.

4. Vitamin B12

This vitamin is essential for blood, brain, and nerve formation. Your children cannot develop normally without it. However, the body is unable to produce it naturally, and must get it from outside sources. Symptoms of a Vitamin B12 deficiency are scary: they include developmental delays, seizures, and mental retardation. A lack of Vitamin B12 can be misdiagnosed as autism, or other developmental disorders.

How can you ensure your children aren’t at risk? Feed them plenty of shellfish, red meat, eggs, and milk products.

 

Even if your children are eating healthy, organic foods, they might not be getting the nutrients they need to grow. Stock up on nutrient rich foods as a preventative, and keep an eye out for symptoms of nutrient deficiencies. You want the best for your children--make sure they have the nutrients to grow up strong and healthy.

 

Sources:

www.healthline.com

ESSENTIAL OILS: why you need them in your life.

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Essential oils are the new black in the naturopathic, home remedy world. Chances are, you've heard a friend raving about her new bottle of lavender, or you have a bottle of peppermint oil on your shelf from Bed Bath and Beyond that you bought because it smelled nice. But few people know what exactly essential oils are, where to find non-synthetic brands, or just how much power is packed into those little 15ml bottles. So what's the big deal?

Extracted from the bark, leaves, roots, stems, and fruit of a plant, essential oils are a highly concentrated substance that contain the "essence" of their plant--the smell, but also the healing and nutritional capabilities. There are hundreds of different essential oils, which can be overwhelming; so today we're going to focus on a few that everyone should have in their homes.

Peppermint

One of the best oils on the market, with dozens of uses and health benefits--peppermint oil is a must have. It gives a cooling sensation when applied, which is perfect for muscle pain, cramps, and joint stiffness. It can reduce muscle spasms, leading many doctors to recommend it for nausea, and digestive problems like bloating, indigestion, and IBS (irritable bowel syndrome).

Other uses? Peppermint unclogs sinuses and soothes sore throats, providing relief for colds, coughs, asthma, and bronchitis. It acts as a natural, chemical free bug repellent, treats acne, sunburn, and bug bites, freshens breath, stimulates hair growth, and relieves headaches.

Bonus: Colicky infant? Teething toddler? Peppermint has been proven to heal colic and sooth teething gums.

Frankincense

Yes--the wise men's gift to Jesus is also an essential oil! It is commonly used in aromatherapy to reduce stress and anxiety, counteract insomnia, and decrease painful inflammation. But it can also boost your immune system, and even help prevent and/or treat cancer.

Bonus: take advantage of its antiseptic and disinfectant powers--use it as a household cleaner.

Lavender

Hands down the most used essential oil in the world, the benefits of Lavender were first discovered over 2,500 years ago. Ancient Egyptians used it in their mummification rituals.

Today, Lavender is a versatile oil. It reduces anxiety, improves brain function, and promotes deeper sleep in adults and children. It also has powerful skin benefits; it heals burns and wounds, restores skin complexion, reduces acne, and slows signs of aging.

Lavender can also be used to protect your body from symptoms of diabetes, and soothes symptoms of cancer and chemotherapy. It is used to treat migraines as well.

Bonus: it smells amazing. Dab a little bit on your neck and wrists as a natural, sweet-smelling perfume.

Eucalyptus

The benefits of Eucalyptus oil were first researched by Australian physicians. Today, people all over the world are using it for cold and flu relief, sinus and allergy treatment, and respiratory issues.

It also has many around-the-house benefits: use it as an odor remover, an air cleanser, a spot remover, and a natural soap. It is great for killing mold in your home.

Bonus: it is 100% safe to use on pets!

Clary Sage

Considered one of the top essential oils for hormones, Clary Sage is most commonly used to relieve symptoms of menopause or heavy menstrual cycles. It relieves cramps, staves off hot flashes, and corrects hormonal imbalances.

It can also be used to reduce cholesterol, increase circulation, and kill bacteria and infections. Preliminary studies have shown that it kills Leukemia cancer cells.

Bonus: need a confidence boost? Clary Sage alleviates anxiety, and leaves you feeling joyful and relaxed.

Cinnamon

Highly concentrated and packed with antioxidants, Cinnamon is great for your heart. It stabilizes blood sugar, boosts circulation, combats cardiovascular disease, and heals damage from heart attacks or strokes.

Other uses? Cinnamon reduces ulcers and promotes digestion health, burns fat, relieves depression, and kills parasites your body gets from undercooked meat, unclean vegetables, or traveling overseas.

Bonus: it has been shown to act as a natural aphrodisiac.

 

The most important thing to remember when in the market for essential oils? Check their quality! There is no third-party governing body that regulates essential oils, so companies that give their oils a "grade" or have "certified" on the bottle are not referring to external standards. Many companies sell adjusted, altered, or even synthetic oils. How can you avoid this?

Buy Nature's Sunshine! They back every bottle of our oils with our SureSource Guarantee, and have spend decades building trusted partnerships with their customers and suppliers. For each essential oil, they can provide several documents--signed by botanists, third party experts, and lab technicians at each phase of the product's life cycle--that certify pure, natural authenticity.

Stock up on our essential oils, knowing they're full of pure, concentrated plants, and have fun finding your favorites!

 

Sources

www.draxe.org

www.naturesunshine.com

VS-C

VS-C is a herbal combination designed to strengthen the body's immune system against bacterial and viral infections. VS-C is a Traditional Chinese Medicine that has been used to prevent and combat infectious diseases and relieve systems that include fever, inflammation, muscle aches, pain, respiratory congestion, the common cold, food poisoning, the flu, and swelling. VS-C is best used as a preventative measure but can also be taken at first signs of symptoms and during illness.

VS-C contains the following:

  • Dandelion: Can enhance the body's resistance to pathogenic bacteria, increase stimulation of the immune response, and reduce the risk of cancer.
  • Purslane: Used traditionally in treatment of conditions where heat accumulates in the body, such as fever, inflammation, swelling, and infections.
  • Indigo: Traditionally used to "clear heat" and relieve toxicity"
  • Thlaspi: Traditionally used to relieve pain and help blood flow
  • Bupleurum: Treats the common cold and fever
  • Typhonium: Relieves pain and inflammation, including joint pain and lymphatic swellings.
  • Scute: Noted for its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antiviral properties.
  • Cinnamon twig: Traditionally used to enhance the circulation of blood. It is also recommended for abdominal cramps, arthritic and rheumatic conditions, cold extremities, edema, fatigue, headaches, lower back pain, and more.
  • Licorice: Has anti-histamine and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also used to moisten the lungs to relieve dry cough.
  • Ginseng: Enhances the immune response and stimulates the process by which white blood cells fight infection.

Here at Natures Finest we have VS-C in capsule and liquid form, give us a call or come by the store to pick up VS-C today!

Sources: HART

 

The Elimination Diet

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Do you think you might have a food allergy or sensitivity, but you aren't sure which foods to blame? Are you experiencing skin flare-ups, digestive issues, moodiness, or brain fog after meals? An elimination diet might be just what you need. Elimination diets are "short term eating plans that eliminate certain foods that may be causing allergies and other digestive reactions--then reintroduce the foods one at a time in order to determine which foods are, and are not, well-tolerated." It's estimated that over 15 million adults in the U.S alone suffer from food allergies and sensitivities. An elimination diet can help you pinpoint what is causing yours, and guide you in taking steps to heal your digestive system.

Which foods are removed during an elimination diet?

Eight foods account for almost all food reactions: milk, eggs, peanuts, nuts, wheat/gluten, soy, fish, and shellfish. Though elimination diets can vary in terms of exactly what foods are excluded, most will cut out:

  • gluten
  • dairy
  • soy
  • refined/added sugar
  • peanuts
  • corn
  • alcohol
  • eggs
  • all packaged, processed, and fast foods

How long does an elimination diet usually last?

Most diets last about 3-6 weeks. Antibodies--the proteins your immune system makes when it reacts to food--take about three weeks to dissipate. This is the minimum time needed for someone to fully heal from sensitivities, and notice improvements.

What are the benefits of an elimination diet?

There are so many benefits to doing an elimination diet. Here are just a few:

  • uncovers unknown food allergies
  • helps reduce digestive syndromes such as IBS and Leaky Gut
  • relieves skin irritations like eczema and acne
  • can help treat disorders such as ADHD, ADD, Autism, anxiety, and depression
  • calms inflammation, boosts your body's energy, and strengthens your immune system
  • increases awareness of the foods you eat, and which ones work best for your body

Elimination diets are not for losing weight, so don't think of them as quick ways to drop pounds. The goal is to heal your body.

This diet shouldn't last for more than 6 weeks--stay on it just long enough to pinpoint foods that aren't working for you. Continuing to follow such a strict diet for longer than 6 weeks can begin to deprive your body of the nutrients it needs to keep functioning at 100 percent.

Not sure how it's possible to cut so many foods out of your diet for 3-6 weeks, without running out of meals to make? There are tons of good websites that have elimination diet recipes, tips, and advice available to you for free. Or, you can stop by Nature's Finest Nutrition--we're always happy to help!

 

Sources:

https://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-24175/10-compelling-reasons-to-try-an-elimination-diet.html

https://draxe.com/elimination-diet/

Magnesium Complex: what it can do for you!

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An estimated 80% of adults today are magnesium deficient. This is a condition referred to as hypomagnesemia, and it often causes symptoms such as muscle aches or spasms, poor digestion, anxiety, and trouble sleeping. More serious symptoms include:

  • hypertension and cardiovascular disease
  • kidney and liver damage
  • migraine headaches
  • restless leg syndrome
  • worsened PMS symptoms
  • behavioral disorders and mood swings
  • osteoporosis
  • recurrent bacterial or fungal infections
  • tooth cavities
  • eclampsia
  • muscle weakness

Magnesium is involved in over 300 biochemical functions in the body--making it one of the most important minerals our bodies need. Unfortunately, few people are tested for hypomagnesemia, and many people don't realize they are deficient.

What makes magnesium deficiency so common? There are a few factors at play. Soil depletion lowers the amount of magnesium in the crops we eat. Digestive disorders, high rates of prescription medication, and antibiotic use damage the body's ability to absorb magnesium. We naturally lose magnesium every day from normal activities, but if those stores are not replenished, then our bodies can become deficient.

Here at Nature's Finest, our solution is the Magnesium Complex supplements from Nature's Sunshine. Jim recommends starting with 2 capsules a day, and working up to a dose that best meets your body's needs. Give us a call, or drop by the store to pick up a bottle today!

 

SOURCES:

https://www.naturessunshine.com/us/Printable/GetProductDetailsPdf?productID=1859

https://draxe.com/magnesium-supplements/

Cures for Congestion

Congested? Coughing? Trouble breathing? Respiratory issues got you down? Nature's Finest Nutrition has you covered! Taking a combination of NeoLife's Herbal Respiratory Formula and Vitamin A will heal an irritated respiratory system and protect it from future infections.

Herbal Respiratory Formula

One dose of this product contains seven different herbs. Elecampane, thyme, and aniseed promote regular, unrestricted airflow; Elderflower, licorice, and bayberry promote a healthy, clear lining. These herbs are mild or sweet tasting, so if swallowing a pill isn't your cup of tea, they can easily be crushed into a smoothie or a protein shake.

Vitamin A

NeoLife's Vitamin A is derived solely from pollack, which is a species of cod fish that yields high quality, natural vitamin A. No synthetic oils here! The vitamin fortifies the linings of your nose, throat, and respiratory system, protecting them from infection and irritation. Natural emulsifiers help your body absorb the vitamin quicker, and make it water-miscible. You can dissolve the pill in water if you'd rather not swallow it.

Both the Herbal Respiratory Formula and the Vitamin A are safe for children, so feel free to use them next time your child develops a cold or the sniffles. We recommend 5-7 pills of each per day, but feel free to call us if you have questions about how many you should take.

Reach us by phone at (423) 899-8422, or by email at naturesfinestnutrition@gmail.com. Visit us at our website and on Facebook. We're always happy to help!

Please note: We do not directly or indirectly give medical advice or prescribe through alternative treatment.  We recommend that people contact their doctor if they need a medical diagnosis. We assume no responsibility if anyone decides to use this information, which is of historical value, for they are choosing to prescribe for themselves. Healing is sometimes a slow process, and we suggest that you do not stop taking any medications without the guidance of a doctor.

Sources: www.neolife.com

Natural Flu Remedies

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It's flu season! The flu is a contagious respiratory illness that spreads through the air. People with depressed immune systems or nutritional deficiencies are most at risk, and stress, lack of sleep, and exposure to toxins can make symptoms worse. These symptoms include:

  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Runny nose
  • Aches and pains
  • Headache
  • Fatigue

Conventional flu treatments include antiviral medications and over-the-counter pain relievers. However, there are natural remedies as well.

Echinacea (1,000 mg a day)

This herb fights viral and fungal infections. It has been shown to be just as, if not more effective than traditional medications like Tamiflu.

Elderberry (6 mL a day)

This herb reduces inflammation, relieves sinus pain, and boosts immunity.

Essential Oils

Peppermint and Frankincense oils protect the body against infection, and speed recovery. Rub them on your neck, or on the bottoms of your feet.

Honey and Cinnamon

Make a tea with honey, cinnamon, and some lemon to prevent mucus build up and stay hydrated.

 

Stop by Nature's Finest Nutrition to pick up herbs, oils, and locally harvested honey. Stay well this flu season! For more info or to order, reach us by phone at (423) 899-8422 or by email at naturesfinestnutrition@gmail.com.

Visit us on our website and Facebook! We’re always happy to help!

Please note: We do not directly or indirectly give medical advice or prescribe through alternative treatment.  We recommend that people contact their doctor if they need a medical diagnosis. We assume no responsibility if anyone decides to use this information, which is of historical value, for they are choosing to prescribe for themselves. Healing is sometimes a slow process, and we suggest that you do not stop taking any medications without the guidance of a doctor.

Sources:

https://draxe.com/flu-natural-remedies/

Detox & Cleanse with Chlorophyll

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What is it?

Chlorophyll is the green pigment plants use to undergo photosynthesis. In particular, chlorophyll helps plants use light as energy.

It has a very similar chemical structure to that of human blood, allowing it to be easily absorbed and used by the body for a number of health benefits, including:

  • binding to heavy metals
  • alkalinizing the blood
  • reducing inflammation1483
  • boosting immune function
  • increasing red blood cell production
  • fighting cancer-causing carcinogens
  • aiding liver cleansing
  • accelerating the healing process
  • protecting skin health
  • eliminating body odor
  • helping dissolve kidney stones
  • balancing blood sugar levels
  • reducing appetite
  • and more!

Chlorophyll has many anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects in the body. It's important for circulatory, digestive, and immune health, with powerful cleansing effects. too.

It has even been found to help fight candida yeast.

Nature's Sunshine's Liquid Chlorophyll comes in regular and extra-strength potency options. Theirs is naturally sweetened with spearmint oil for a fresh, energizing superfood drink.

As we like to say, "If you're green on the inside, you're clean on the inside!"

Customer Testimonies

Michelle C. “For 25 years I’ve suffered with anemia. My doctors wanted to give me iron shots, but I knew there had to be a better way to get the iron I needed. I came to Jim and he told me to drink Liquid Chlorophyll. In 4 weeks the iron level in my blood test went from 9 to 13!! I don’t suffer from anemia anymore! I feel less tired, and more energetic!”

Wanda H. "For a long time I've lived with a very poor appetite, and stomach pain. When I came to Nature’s Finest, I sampled some Liquid Chlorophyll. On the way home, just 10 or 15 minutes later, my appetite returned, my stomach did not hurt, and I was able to eat a very good amount for lunch. My stomach felt soothed, relaxed, and nourished! I returned immediately to Nature’s Finest to buy my own quart of Chlorophyll."

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For more info or to order, reach us by phone at (423) 899-8422 or by email at naturesfinestnutrition (at) gmail.com.

Visit us on our website and Facebook! We’re always happy to help!

Please note: We do not directly or indirectly give medical advice or prescribe through alternative treatment.  We recommend that people contact their doctor if they need a medical diagnosis. We assume no responsibility if anyone decides to use this information, which is of historical value, for they are choosing to prescribe for themselves. Healing is sometimes a slow process, and we suggest that you do not stop taking any medications without the guidance of a doctor.

Sources: https://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/10-amazing-benefits-of-chlorophyll/ https://www.wellandgood.com/good-advice/chlorophyll-the-great-detoxer/ https://draxe.com/chlorophyll-benefits/