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Supplements Like Probiotics, Digestive Enzymes, Green Drinks & Flax Oil Heal the Body







http://www.thenaturalguide.com/supplements.htm – Conventional grocery stores sell drugs to treat symptoms, whereas health food stores sell supplements and natural healing remedies that help the body heal or function better. In this interview, I ask Kellie of Erewhon Natural Foods in Los Angeles to share with me some common supplements found at health food stores, and why we would want to take them. For more information about supplements found at health food stores, please visit my web page devoted to that topic http://www.thenaturalguide.com/supplements.htm .

Interviewee: Kellie Martenson, Health & Beauty Aids/Tonic Bar Manager

Videotaped at:
Erewhon Natural Foods Market
7660-B Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 937-0777

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Liposomal Vitamin C powerful antioxidant anti-inflammatory organic ingredients Non-GMO. part 1







Liposomal Vitamin C Ascorbic Acid form is a powerful Antioxidant anti-Inflammatory organic ingredients non GMO healthy living best food supplement suggested by doctors for heart health blood pressure cholesterol diabetes muscle recovery energy
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Vegan Source of Vitamin B12 Found in Fruit & More from Natural Products Expo East 2014







John from http://www.okraw.com/ shares with you the best products for people who live a raw vegan lifestyle at the industry-only Natural Products Expo East 2014. You will learn about the best natural products at this expo that may allow you to better the health of you and your family.

In this episode, you will discover:
02:23 Tigernuts – Edible Vegetable tuber known as the Chuffa. Sproutable and make delicious high carbohydrate raw flour. http://www.ourtrueroots.com/
06:26 Sugavida – Vegan source of Vitamin B12 all natural fruit sugar best sugar replacement superfood. http://www.sugavida.com
09:40 Raw Food Central – Real Kale Chips, Onion Rings that focus on fresh vegetables instead of a lot of nut dressings on the chips or rings. http://www.rawfoodcentral.com/
13:00 Raw Vegan Salad Dressings – Ranch, Cesar Salad Dressings, Raw Vegan Cheese Sauce, Creme Cheese based out of olive oil. http://www.rawfoodz.com
15:23 My Magic Mud – All natural vegan tooth whitener. Get your teeth whiter, and have a healthier mouth with the power of charcoal and minerals. http://www.mymagicmud.com
18:42 Fermented Raw Nut Cheese – Closest thing to real cheese raw vegan and delicious. Probiotic Rich Soft and hard cheeses. http://www.treelinecheese.com
20:07 Bees Wrap – Alternative to Saran Plastic Wrap to store your food and get more plastic out of your life. Thousands of uses. http://www.beeswrap.com
24:16 SuperCritical Co2 Extraction Systems – Make your own raw living essential oils, medicine and more with the apex super critical co2 extractors. http://www.apekssupercritical.com/
26:31 Fire Cider – Raw Fruit and Vegetable Infused Honey Vingar Beverage. Many healthy antioxidants and nutrients. http://www.firecider.com/
29:14 Living Baby Salad Greens – More tender, more nutritious, easier to digest. Still alive baby salad greens, many varieties. Cut, Eat and Enjoy or Grow into full size vegetables. http://www.radfarm.co

after watching this episode you will learn about the above products and so much more along the way.

Explosion Pre Workout | Six Star Supplement Review







Thanks for checking out my Explosion Pre Workout | Six Star Supplement Review. Comment below if you have any questions.

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When you compare this Explosion Six Star Pre Workout with most pre workouts it falls very short. So, if you have been working out for awhile then I would say to skip past this Explosion pre workout if you are just starting out this may be a good place, but with a little bit more money you can get drastic changes in dosage. Now this does rate 4.2 stars and people seem to be liking it for its tastes, and energy that it gives. So like I said it’ll work for some people but I don’t think most people. The best thing about it is the price at about $15 for 30 servings. Thanks for watching my supplement review.

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How Best to Supplement Your Vitamin D Levels







When people think of Vitamin D, their initial thought is hugely in relation to its importance in bone health. It is very true that Vitamin D is essential for calcium absorption, without it, calcium is not properly absorbed into the bones and instead deposits into soft tissue like the arteries and can create blockages. However, Vitamin D is important for many other reasons. The nutrient plays a vital role in supporting immune function, so it helps protect against colds and flu, and autoimmune diseases like lupus, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis. It has also been shown to help protect against certain cancers like breast and colorectal cancer…

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What Is Vitamin B1? | Vitamins







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The recommended daily allowance for vitamin B1, also known as thiamine, is 1.2 milligrams a day. It’s not only necessary for mental health it’s also great for your hair, skin, muscle growth, appetite, and digestion. To my drinkers and partiers out there, you need to know that alcohol actually destroys vitamin B1. As little as one drink a day can cause a vitamin B1 deficiency. Some early symptoms of vitamin B1 deficiency include depression, mood shifts, and mental dysfunctions. Vitamin B1 deficiency is actually not uncommon today because we eat a diet filled with refined, processed foods. To avoid becoming deficient make sure you’re including plenty of B1 vitamin enriched foods. These foods include whole grains, liver, grass fed organic meats, nuts, and seeds. If you’re eating a healthy diet, but are experiencing some of the symptoms I mentioned, it would be a good idea to get a B1 complex supplement. That way you’ll know for sure that you’re getting enough of the B1 vitamin.

A DISCUSSION ON VITAMIN B12 AND THE RAW VEGAN DIET







FREE EBOOKLET http://www.sweetnaturalliving.com What is B12? How much do we need? Should we supplement with b12? What are the natural sources of this B12? Let’s talk about this interesting nutrient in depth!

First of all let’s mention that the science on B12 is not conclusive. There’s a lot of speculation involved. Even though I think we can use the scientific literature to our advantage, we must not forget the fact that all animals in nature know nothing about nutrition and seem to be doing fine. Trusting our instincts and following our senses must be first priority. We are frugivores as animals and our natural environment is the tropics. As soon as we move away from natural living, things tend to get complicated.

B12 is produced by bacteria. These bacteria live everywhere! In the soil as well as in our bodies.

If we were not so meticulous about washing our hands and produce, we might be more likely to ingest an adequate amount of B12.

If our food was produced in rich, nutritious soil with plenty of microbial activity, instead of dead soils sprayed with pesticides and herbicides, there would probably be more B12 ON our food as well.

We do have b12 producing bacteria in our intestinal tract, and if it was not for our general lack of health and/or constant eating of antibacterial foods like onion and garlic, it’s possible that we would be able to uptake enough b12 from our own system.

Yes, there is b12 in meat products, but that does not mean we should eat meat. Just like there’s vitamin D in fish, but our natural source of that vitamin is sunlight.

It’s a myth that only vegans have B12 deficiencies. There’s plenty of meat eating people with issues as well.

How do we even know what the ideal b12 levels are like? Most people are eating too much meat and lots of fortified foods. Chances are that their b12 levels might be artificially high. We don’t have any sound physiological norms to follow.

Even though most vegans have “low” levels of b12, there are plenty of people living long lives with NO symptoms of deficiency whatsoever at very low levels of b12 in the blood.

If you are experiencing symptoms of b12 deficiency or you think you might be deficient, it’s possible to try out supplementation for a while to see what happens. This is very subjective at best, but chances are you’re not going to experience any problems like toxicity since all B vitamins are water soluble and the body will flush out any excess.

Personally I have experimented both with and without supplementation, and I still have not reached a definite conclusion.

Health is nevertheless the key focus here, like always.

By eating a diet of fresh, raw fruits and vegetables, grown in a healthy, organic soil we are optimizing our chances of “b12 contamination”.

By cultivating health in general we optimize our ability to uptake and use b12.

By avoiding foods that damage our intestinal flora like garlic, onion and chili, as well as medical drugs and antibiotics, we might be able to uptake the b12 produced in our small intestine.

By being in contact with our natural environment, the soil and plants, we increase our exposure to B12 producing bacteria.

By avoiding stress we minimize the loss of b12 through metabolic processes.

Essentially – creating health, both within our bodies and in our immediate environment, is key in optimizing our b12 situation.

Remember also to take care of all the other elements of a healthy lifestyle, like sunshine, sleep, rest, activity etc.

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The Ultimate Crash Course on Vitamin B1 – Fatigue, Nerve Pain, Heart Disease & More







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The Ultimate Crash Course on Vitamin B1 – Fatigue, Depression, Heart Disease, Muscle Pain, Neuropathy, and more.

Vitamin B1 – AKA Thiamin or Thiamine deficiency can create a myriad of signs and symptoms.

Symptoms of Vitamin B1 Deficiency Include:
Fatigue
Muscle Pain
Anxiety
Neuropathy (Hands & Feet)
High Blood Pressure
Brain Fog
Depression
Increased Heart Rate

Additionally, thiamine deficiency can cause a number of disease states.
Diseases Caused By Vitamin B1 Deficiency
Beri Beri (Wet & Dry)
Seizures (Epilepsy)
Congestive Heart Failure

Many factors contribute to a vitamin B1 deficiency. What Causes Vitamin B1 Deficiency? The following list comprises some of the most common:

Alcohol
High Processed Foods Diet
Excessive Carbs & Sugar
Gluten Induced GI Damage
Medications
Excessive Coffee & Tea
Stomach Bypass Surgery

The best sources of thaimine comes from foods. Food Sources of Thiamin (B1) Include

Beef
Pork
Organ meats
Almonds

Many forms of prescription medications can interfere with vitamin B1 metabolism. Medicines That Can Cause Vitamin B1 Deficiency

Diuretics
Seizure medications
Oral contraceptives
Antibiotics
Metformin
Thiamin is Destroyed in Food Processing
Preserving with sulfites
Food radiation
High temp cooking

What are the benefits of vitamin B1?
Thiamine helps support heart and muscle metabolism. It supports a healthy production of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. Thiamin helps and aids in the production of the myelin sheath. Some people report improved energy and mental clarity when taking thiamin supplements.

References:
Thiamine. Monograph. Altern Med Rev. 2003 Feb;8(1):59-62.
Am J Med. 2016 Jul;129(7):753.e7-753.e11.
Congest Heart Fail. 2007 Jul-Aug;13(4):244-7
Biochemistry (Mosc). 2019 Aug;84(8):829-850.

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