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Say Good-Bye to Seasonal Allergies

If you suffer from seasonal allergies, this time of year isn’t all sunshine and rainbows. In fact, late spring and early summer can be downright miserable for those sensitive to pollen, grass, mold, and ragweed. These common allergens invade nasal passages and the respiratory tract, triggering
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Build a Better Breakfast

Wake up breakfast with these nutritious, delicious bowls! If your idea of a breakfast bowl is something that simply holds your corn flakes, have we got news for you! Today’s new spin on breakfast bowls combines serious nutrition with good taste to help jump-start your day. Pico de Gallo
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Breaking Bad

Don’t fall victim to osteoporosis Most people think of osteoporosis as an old woman’s disease. Marked by hip fractures and the distinctive “dowager’s hump,” the statistics for osteoporosis are truly astounding. According to the International Osteoporosis Foundation, osteoporosis
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Decode Your Supplements

Your favorite health food store has plenty of supplements. But trying to figure out which nutrient is the best—decoding them—can be tricky. Here is a codebook for three of the most widely used and most important natural ingredients. Vitamin: K2 What it is: Vitamin K2, or menaquinone, is one of two forms of vitamin K. Where it comes from: Vitamin K2 is found in fish, meat, eggs, cheese, and the traditional Japanese fermented food natto. Main use: Cardiovascular health and bone density. Vitamin K2 activates proteins that transport calcium through the bloodstream and ensure that it absorbs into your bones. K2 also reduces calcium buildup in your arteries and aids in blood clotting. What to look for: Look for a clinically studied menaquinone (K2) derived from natto, like

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