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Can superfood supplements over power an unhealthy diet?

What are superfoods and what are supplements? Superfoods are actual foods that have a high nutrient density packed with vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants, and phytonutrients. Some good examples of superfoods are; green leafy vegetables, berries, eggs, salmon, legumes, nuts, seeds, yogurt, green tea, turmeric, garlic, olive oil, algae oil, ginger, seaweed, avocado, sweet potato, mushrooms, and cacao. There are many more. Supplements are nutrient packed capsules, tablets, powders, and liquids that are formulated with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients. Can Dietary Supplements power over a bad diet? Wouldn’t that be great if that were true? Nothing beats a healthy and clean diet of natural unprocessed foods. We’ve all had those times where we’ve eaten clean for a few weeks and begin...

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Why our skin beauty routine needs collagen

Why our skin care routine needs collagen How do we boost our skins collagen and elastin for healthy, toned and sexy skin? What is collagen? Collagen is the main protein found in our connective tissues. When collagen breaks down or doesn’t have the necessary nutrients to form then we start to see accelerated issues in our skin. What is elastin? Elastin is the stretchy rubber band like protein within our body. When we’re young these elastic like protein fibers easily stretch and then bounce back. As we age the elastic fibers don’t bounce back as easily and we begin to notice saggy skin and even cellulite from the underlying fascia losing its strength and support. Many women are now using...

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"Alkalize" to reduce acidic inflammation for better bone and muscle health.

How does “alkalizing” help us? Most of us have heard something about “alkalizing” in order to improve health. Alkaline refers to a measure of the body’s pH (potential hydrogen). Neutral pH is 7, acid is below that, and alkaline is above 7. The blood that feeds our body will keep homeostasis by maintaining a delicate properly balanced pH to sustain life and that is around 7.3. We can’t change our blood pH with diet. Our body will though, draw upon itself (alkaline buffering resources) in order to keep a proper balance. Our body will draw on buffers such as bone, muscle, and organs. Osteoporosis is an example of the body repeatedly drawing upon bone in order to buffer many years...

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