What are amino acids and what is their role as a non-toxic components to assist in addressing mental balance without medication? Before we can answer that question, let's understand the mainstream picture of neurochemical imbalance today.
It seems that every time that I do some research in the health and wellness industry news, I see or hear something about CoQ10 benefits and how it should be included as part of a healthy diet. In fact, CoQ10 is the third most sold dietary ingredient in the United States, after omega-3 and multivitamins. Though I only started to hear about it five or six years ago, research on CoQ10 benefits has been going on for over 60 years, when it was first discovered. Today, more than ever, it is one of the hottest topics in the health and wellness sector. Why? It is an essential ingredient to our health because it has a long - and growing - list of benefits to the human body.
I have been studying chocolate nutrition lately to uncover whether chocolate could actually be good for me. We all know that an average chocolate bar contains sugar and fat. Yet, at the same time, we hear that there are health properties in chocolate that are considered beneficial. So what is it about chocolate nutrition?
There has been a lot of chatter about internal human body cleansing, including the nutritional cleanse, popping up around the Internet these days. It is probably because more and more people are waking up to the fact that the foods that we eat, the air that we breathe, the water that we drink, and the products that we use in our daily lives are all filled with man-made toxic substances. We take the time to clean ourselves on the outside, but what about the inside? This is a very good question! Let's examine...
I (Seth) was a slug (basically) who did get out and do some activities that get the heart pumping on occasion, but I realize that I am not the athlete that I see so many others being. I sit at a computer almost all day for every work day, typing away. Not really a workout plan, wouldn’t you agree? Things changed for me. Here's how.