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Nature's Answer to Tame Inflammation
By Laurel Sterling, MA, RDN, CDN, National Nutritionist & Educator for Carlson Labs
Unfortunately, joint pain has become an extremely common problem and a major complaint for people of all ages for a variety of reasons. Some of the main causes of joint issues include: aging, overuse, and injury. Stress, poor diet, lack of proper sleep, and other lifestyle choices also compound the matter by contributing to increased inflammation. Joint inflammation can lead to aches, pains, stiffness, swelling, tissue breakdown, and eventually arthritis.
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What Does Gut Bacteria Have To Do With Your Liver?
By Kathi Head, ND for Thorne Research
Fatty liver disease has reached epidemic proportions in the developed world, including the U.S. and Canada. In this condition, excess fat cells are stored in the liver, causing liver inflammation as well as potential scarring and damage. It can be caused by obesity, insulin resistance, high triglycerides, or other health-related causes
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New Research: Not Milk? Then Check Your Iodine!
By Jen Morganti, ND, NEEDS Education Director
Iodine is a micronutrient that is essential in thyroid hormone production and critical to brain development in babies. Fish and seaweed are rich in iodine, but these foods are not very prominent in the American diet. Most Americans get iodine from fortified salt and dairy products, particularly cow's milk.  
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Dear NEEDS Wellness Educators, I am generally a healthy person and usually eat a decent diet that includes lots of fruits and vegetables. But this holiday season was packed with celebrations and family events, which always involves eating! For the past few weeks, I have been eating too much sugar
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From Dr. Rogers' November 2017 Total Wellness Newsletter (TW)
In this excerpt, learn about: Giving Books as Gifts, Nutrients for Optimizing Serotonin, Anti-Clot Strategies, The Favorite Form of Folate
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Looking for complete relief? Fibroxia supports healthy nerve activity, occasional muscle pain, mental well-being, and energy levels. It addresses pain with a unique combination of clinically-tested botanical ingredients..
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