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Botanicals for Cognitive Support

Brain health is an incredibly popular wellness topic for a good reason. Protecting your cognitive function is critical for long-term health and successful aging. Cognitive function refers to the mental processes involved in thinking and knowing, such as memory, attention, and problem-solving.

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The Benefits of Type II Collagen for Joint Health

Collagen is the most abundant protein found in the human body. It is a foundation of support for your connective tissues. There are many types of collagen in the body, but type II collagen specifically impacts your joint health.

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Preconception Nutrition for Women and Men

It’s not uncommon to consider the importance of your diet once you or your partner is pregnant, but what about before? Optimizing the health of both partners, along with consulting your physicians, can set the stage for a healthy pregnancy.

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Nutrition for Hot Flashes: Can Diet Help?

Menopause, the significant biological and psychological shift in a woman’s life, can represent the entrance into an age of more profound wisdom and freedom for a woman. But this transition can feel less than idyllic.

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Multivitamins: The missing link to optimal nutrition

Food should indeed set the foundation for your nutrient intake. But multivitamins can help fill in any gaps to better support wellness on top of a healthy diet. There are many reasons why even if you eat a healthy diet, it may not contain everything you need.

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A Guide to Food Allergies, Food Sensitivities, and Food Intolerances: How are they similar and how are they different?

Is there a link between the food you eat and the way you feel? If you’ve ever wondered this, you aren’t alone. People are increasingly aware that even general discomforts like low energy or itchy skin may connect to your diet. Food sensitivities, food allergies, and food intolerances are all related to what you eat, but the underlying reasons why they happen differ significantly.

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