Blog/Health and Wellness

Natural Ways to Target Persistent Inflammation

By Dr. Karen Vieira Ph.D Inflammation is a common problem for many individuals, and low levels of chronic inflammation can even be a typical sign of aging [1]. Several doctors explain how omega-3 fatt...

Supplements May Improve the Body’s Response to Inflammation

By Dr. Karen Vieira Ph.D Active individuals who suffer from chronic inflammation are more than likely experiencing a condition called delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), which refers to tiny tears t...

How Your Weight May Be Affecting Your Energy Levels

Chronic fatigue can often be addressed effectively by changing certain lifestyle and dietary habits, especially if an underlying health problem does not appear to be the cause of persistent sluggishne...

Strategies for Improving Leg Cramps

By Dr. Karen Vieira Ph.D. Dr. Kevin C. Miller, PhD, from the North Dakota State University states that “exercise-associated muscle cramps (EAMC) are a common condition experienced by recreational an...

Supplements and Vitamins for Fatigue and Tiredness

There are several vitamins, amino acids, and even plant extracts that help boost mental performance, daily functioning, energy levels, and mood. These include: omega-3 fatty acids, docosahexanoic acid...

TICK-TOCK! A Guide for the Ideal Times in the Day to Take Your Vitamins and Supplements

My granny, or my abuela as I call her, is a trooper. Not only did she have 14 children (OH MY!), but at almost 90 she is still cooking and dancing. Whenever she’s asked, what her secret to such a lo...

Sweet Treats! Chia Chocolate Cookies Burst with Omega-3s!

It’s no secret that the omega-3 fatty acid that is essential for optimal health and found in the powerful OmegaXL supplement, is also in other foods such as salmon and walnuts. But, did you know you...

Recover Quickly From Muscle Soreness

By Dr. Karen Vieira Ph.D. Regular exercise, especially intense activity such as athletic running, typically leads to small tears in muscle tissue that causes delayed onset muscle soreness which often ...

Reducing Knee Pain

The knee is not only the largest joint in the body, but it is also the most complex. It is made up of a complicated system of bones, ligaments, tendons, cartilages, and cushioning sacs called bursae. ...

What Makes Essential Fatty Acids So Essential?

All of the fats we eat are more scientifically known as fatty acids. These fatty acids are necessary for a variety of metabolic functions and are also used to build some tissues. Our amazing bodies ca...
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