5 Best Tudca Supplements for Liver and Longevity

Tudca has been around for centuries, but only recently have the benefits of Tudca supplementation peaked widespread interests. As it turns out, Tudca offers significant benefits for: liver health, insulin sensitivity, eye health, and neuron health. In comparison to respected liver protectants like milk thistle and pharmaceutical drugs, Tudca supplementation offers superior results at a […]

Top 10 Best CBD Lotion Topical Creams – 2020

CBD lotions and creams are growing in popularity for topically applying CBD directly to aching muscles. Compared to ingesting CBD capsules or gummies, lotions act quickly to sooth points of application. And unlike using straight oil tinctures, CBD lotions and creams manage mess and dosage conveniently. CBD infused lotions are used for multiple reasons. From […]

Herbal Teas for Lactation and Nursing

How Lactation Occurs Breast milk production normally begins as a hormonally driven process about halfway through pregnancy. The breasts produce colostrum but high levels of progesterone keep the volume of milk to a minimum and prevent its secretion. The volume of milk produced then increases about 40 hours after giving birth following a sudden drop […]

Astaxanthin Supplements and Benefits

Astaxanthin or AXT is a carotenoid. It is a pigment found throughout nature in anything red-ish orange, but particularly in proteins that are colored pink-ish orange such as certain seafood and ocean algae. It doesn’t occur naturally in humans, but astaxanthin is one of the strongest antioxidants in the world – in fact, it has […]

Resveratrol and Trans-Resveratrol Supplements

Resveratrol – it’s the antioxidant that makes red wine “healthy”… right? Sort of. It’s true that resveratrol has a powerful free radical scavenging capacity, but it may not rebalance the toxic effects of alcohol. But when taken away from alcohol as a supplement, resveratrol can protect against oxidative stress, reverse signs of ageing, improve blood […]

Peppermint Tea Benefits

Peppermint tea is the most widely consumed single ingredient herbal tea, or tisane. It is brewed from the leaves of the peppermint bush, Mentha piperita. When submerged in hot water, bioactive components are released from the peppermint leaves, including volatile oils and menthol. Recent studies have shown that peppermint tea has one of the highest […]

Digestive Enzymes

In the human body, digestive enzymes are released in fluids excreted by glands in the mouth, stomach, pancreas, and small intestines. These enzymes break down macromolecules (like proteins, fats and carbohydrates) into their smaller building blocks. There are over 100 digestive enzymes in total, but they can be grouped together in three categories: Proteases are […]

7 Types of Green Tea You Should Know About

Feeling like you just got your head around sencha, and now there’s matcha? What exactly is the difference between bancha and genmaicha? Don’t worry – we’ll make it easy. All green tea is derived from the same plant – Camellia sinesis. Variations or the “types” of green tea are differentiated by growing methods, timing of […]

Vitamin E Supplements

Vitamin E is a group of essential fat-soluble nutrients called tocopherols and tocotrienols. They are essential for stabilizing cell membranes, and work throughout all areas of the body: Antioxidant Powers: Vitamin E is a fat soluble antioxidant, and it can fight free radicals and protect against oxidative damage in the lipid environments of the body […]

Best Sea Greens Supplements

Sea greens are densely nutritious edible algae that grow throughout the world’s oceans. The term “greens” is a bit misleading – they come in a range of greens, browns, purples and even black. Other names are technically incorrect too: algae aren’t “sea vegetables”, nor are they “sea weeds” – there’s nothing plant-like about these algae. […]

Milk Thistle

Silybum marianum or milk thistle is a thorny herb that has detoxifying, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It is believed to have originated in the Mediterranean or the southeast coast of England, and has been introduced to warm climates such as Australia and New Zealand where it grows so prolifically, it is considered a weed. With […]