How to Use Elderberry for Cold and Flu Season

How to Use Elderberry for Cold and Flu Season

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How to Use Elderberry for Cold and Flu Season

As the leaves change and the air gets chilly, not only does it mark the beginning of the holidays, but it also marks the dawn of the cold and flu season. Though we usually reach for the orange juice or lemon tea when we feel that tickle in our throats, elderberry might be another great all-natural cold remedy…

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15 Supplements That Reduce Inflammation

Inflammation is a hot topic in health circles today. In fact, the term “how to reduce inflammation” is entered into search engines more than 4,000 times a month. Likewise, the hashtag #inflammation brings up hundreds of thousands of results on social media platforms like Instagram…

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Choosing a Multivitamin: How Do I Know Which Vitamins to Take?

These days, there’s a vitamin supplement for everything. The most enthusiastic vitamin consumer could easily use up countless pill holders housing their stash: biotin for luscious hair and nails, fish oil to lower triglyceride levels, vitamin C to boost the immune system, etc., etc.   Luckily, there’s a better way to get all the goodness of vitamins with fewer pills to keep track of. Multivitamins pack the power of a whole slew of vitamins into one handy pill. But still, there are a lot to...

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Caring for Your Largest Organ: Advice from a Skin Care Manufacturer

As a private label skin care manufacturer, we know a thing or two about our body’s largest organ. For example, did you know your skin accounts for about 16% of your body weight and can be stretched out to about 22 square feet?   While you have different skin and skin needs depending on its function and where it’s located on your body, the skin on your face is especially fragile. After all, your thinnest skin is found on your eyelids at only 0.05mm thick. Since your face is always exposed to...

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Proper Nutrition for Teenagers

Most adults, whether through experience or hearsay, have learned that kids can be picky eaters. What’s less well known is how finicky teens can be. Worse yet, teens spend a great deal of time outside the home, and because of it find opportunities to eat a great many things that their parents can’t control. Some even have the means to buy their own “food” (we use the term loosely here). And with adulthood on the horizon, it’s more important than ever to teach them good habits.   The two...

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