Benefits of Bitters You may have noticed cocktail bitters listed on the drink menu at your favorite restaurant, or maybe you’ve seen a bottle of them while walking down the…
Phyto means plant, and Rad means radical. Put them together and you have Phyto Rad! The 'Rad' in Phyto Rad is short for radical, and in this case, we're talking about free radicals from oxidative stress. When oxidative stress is ever-increasing, Phyto Rad can help the body maintain a healthy balance by providing 6 amazing antioxidants in a plant-based, herbal/nutritional blend.
The gut serves many critical functions, and as more research is conducted, the importance of gut health takes center stage. Aside from digestion and nutrient absorption, the millions of microbes living there—known collectively as the gut microbiota or microbiome—regulate both metabolism and immune system function.
We say things like "I had a gut feeling" or "Like a punch to the gut," but did you know there is actually a scientific reason why we say this? The enteric nervous system!
In the United States and many other countries, gastric difficulty has become an epidemic—most commonly acid indigestion. With 60-70 million people affected by various types of gastric/digestive difficulties, there must be more we can do.
The body has the amazing ability to generate its own antioxidants, but this may not be enough to overcome the many oxidizing factors in today’s world. To help with these stressors, Phyto Rad contains a unique blend of 6 antioxidants that helps maintain the normal inflammatory response and provides comprehensive support in the presence of oxidative stress.
Often called Indian frankincense, boswellia has a long tradition of use in remedies, especially within the Ayurvedic system.
Many botanicals can help ease the effects of nausea and vomiting, but ginger stands out among them.
It's all about greens this month! We know we need our greens, but is the body able to use what its given?
There’s Glycyrrhiza glabra (common licorice) and there’s deglycyrrhizinated licorice (DGL), but what’s the difference? To know which is right for your patient, let’s go all the way to the root!