Archive | August, 2010

Why Children Need Nutritional Supplements

Growth during childhood occurs at a dizzying pace. The average child’s weight quintuples, height doubles, and brain size quadruples in just the first five years of life. Deficiencies in key nutrients during this short window of growth can have lifelong

Snack Your Way to Thin

Here’s a fun fact for you: Eating actually burns calories. It’s no joke—5 to 15 percent of your daily energy expenditure is used digesting, absorbing, and storing the food you eat. It’s called diet-induced thermogenesis and it’s one of the

Simple Steps to Boost Mood

If a sunny disposition doesn’t come naturally for you, there are several steps you can take to improve your mood.

1) Take a high-quality fish oil supplement daily. Multiple studies have linked a high intake of fish and other omega-3