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What are Cold Sores? Cold sores are painful blisters around the mouth, generally on the lips. The first outbreak is usually the worst and can last for weeks. They will then usually go into remission but may be reactivated with illness, stress, exhaustion, or even exposure to sunlight. Outbreaks tend to become milder in nature and less frequent over time. What is Trilex Essentials™ & how does it work? Trilex Essentials™ is an…

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What is MenoPeace? MenoPeace is a comprehensive formula designed to ease hot flashes, night sweats, and other symptoms of menopause during this natural transition in a woman's life. Starting during a woman's mid-30s to mid-40s, symptoms of declining female hormone levels begin to appear, and may be marked by irregular cycles, hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings/irritability, low mood, fatigue, anxiety, changes in skin tone, and other…

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Clinical Study Overview Natural Wellbeing Distribution Inc. contracted Testing and Administrative Facility, Thomas J. Stephens & Associates, Inc., to conduct a 90-day clinical usage study to assess the efficacy and tolerability of Hair Essentials when used by women with thinning and shedding hair, and female pattern hair loss/androgenic alopecia (Ludwig I and II). During the course of the study, subjects took 3 capsules daily of Hair…

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What is the Hair Essentials™ and Fo-ti Combo? Features two of the best natural products for supporting overall hair health. Hair Essentials™ and Fo-ti work together synergistically to encourage and maintain optimal follicle and hair health. Each bundle provides a one-month supply of both Hair Essentials™ capsules plus Fo-ti liquid extract. How do Hair Essentials™ and Fo-ti work? First, Hair Essentials™ targets DHT, a…

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Clinical Study Overview Natural Wellbeing Distribution Inc. contracted Testing and Administrative Facility, Thomas J. Stephens & Associates, Inc., to conduct a 90-day clinical usage study to assess the efficacy and tolerability of Hair Essentials when used by women with thinning and shedding hair, and female pattern hair loss/androgenic alopecia (Ludwig I and II). During the course of the study, subjects took 3 capsules daily of Hair…

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…convert carbohydrates to glucose and they also assist in fat and protein metabolism. They are all water-soluble and excess amounts are excreted in the urine; therefore, they must be regularly replenished in the body through diet or supplementation. The eight B vitamins are: * B1 (thiamine) * B2 (riboflavin) * B3 (niacin) * B5 (pantothenic acid) * B6 (pyridoxine) * B7 (biotin) * B9 (folic acid) * B12 (methylcobalamin) B vitamins are critical to…

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…convert carbohydrates to glucose and they also assist in fat and protein metabolism. They are all water-soluble and excess amounts are excreted in the urine; therefore, they must be regularly replenished in the body through diet or supplementation. The eight B vitamins are: * B1 (thiamine) * B2 (riboflavin) * B3 (niacin) * B5 (pantothenic acid) * B6 (pyridoxine) * B7 (biotin) * B9 (folic acid) * B12 (cyanocobalamin) B vitamins are critical to the…

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…abundant protein in the body and is found in all connective tissue including skin, tendons, ligaments, and bones. Being an essential amino acid, L-Lysine cannot be manufactured by the body and must be obtained through the diet or by supplementation. Good dietary sources of L-Lysine include high-protein foods such as legumes, eggs, fish, meat and cheese. Lysine is an essential amino acid that: * Supports immune system * Maintains skin and tissue…

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…compounds (fatty acids and sterols) which have been shown to inhibit the enzyme, 5-alpha-reductase, that makes DHT from precursor male hormones. Prostate inflammation is common in men over 50, especially those with a diet high in saturated fat (such as from animal products) and trans-fatty acids. Saw Palmetto can be used as a preventative to help avoid benign prostatic enlargement; it can also be used if one already has BPH, to help shrink…

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…attack, stroke, heart failure, and death. The chance of developing heart disease can be greatly reduced by controlling this risk factor. What causes high cholesterol levels? Common causes of elevated cholesterol include a diet that is high in saturated fats, trans-fats, and cholesterol; smoking, sedentary lifestyle, and being overweight. Unfortunately, there are often no symptoms of high cholesterol. The only way to find out if you have high…

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…tocopherols and tocotrienols. These are naturally found together in foods in varying proportions, and each have a different level of activity in the body and are found in different amounts. Vitamin E is obtained in the diet from vegetable oils such as sunflower and safflower, nuts (especially almonds) and seeds, some green vegetables such as broccoli and spinach, and from fortified foods. When it comes to choosing a supplement, natural…

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…More recently, Cinnamon has been gaining attention for its ability to help maintain healthy blood sugar levels and improve insulin sensitivity. Blood sugar imbalances are increasingly common, primarily a result of poor diet combined with a lack of exercise. Extracts of Cinnamomum cassia have been found to increase glucose uptake and glycogen synthesis, and increase sensitivity of the insulin receptor on cells. Cinnamon is also thought to aid…

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