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DIM can be for Women and Men?  YOU BET!

First and foremost, what is DIM? 

DIM (DI-Indolyl Methane or diindolylmethane) is derived in the body from the phytonutrient Indole-3-Carbinol found in cruciferous vegetables including broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower and kale.  Its primary benefit is its ability to assist the body in metabolizing estrogen.  There are two pathways for estrogen to take form with the 2-hydrozy pathway being the good one.  DIM assists in the metabolism of estrogen in the 2-hydroxy pathway, thus allowing the body to metabolize estrogen quicker and keeping the levels more stable.  This becomes more of

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Posted by cborgers on August 25, 2016 | Categories: Featured Products, Men's health

How Important is Sleep to Your Health

We all know that getting a good night’s sleep is important to your overall health and well-being. Easier said than done right? Most adults need around seven hours sleep per night, but if you are below that number you will want to keep reading.

Sleep health has a number of benefits you might not have thought of, including:

Improved memory- sleep helps your brain prepare for the next day. A Harvard study suggested that dreaming improves memory. Reduced inflammation- sleep duration is associated with changes in levels of cytokines that are important in regulating

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Posted by Blilly on August 23, 2016 | Categories:

Stay Healthy While On Vacation

It is the time of year when many people are preparing for a restful vacation. Perhaps you are heading off to see the grandkids, or your whole family is taking a cruise. No matter what the activity, vacations are no reason to give up on healthy living. Here are few tips to help you stay healthy while on vacation. How to Have a Healthy Vacation.

 Wash your hands often.  Take you supplements or victims with you.  Take vitamin C or Beta Glucan  Dink lots of water. If you travel abroad, consider bottled water.  

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Posted by Blilly on August 23, 2016 | Categories:

Teeth Cleaning Helps Your Immune System

We’ve all heard that lecture from our dentist about proper brushing and flossing.  Many avoid the dentist for that very reason.  But there is more to brushing and flossing than just clean teeth.  There’s your overall health at stake.

Health professionals will tell you that proper gum and tooth health will allow your immune system to focus on other issues besides the bacteria in your mouth.  If you do not properly brush and care for your teeth, microorganisms will form biofilm, commonly known as plaque.  As the plaque

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Posted by Blilly on July 19, 2016 | Categories:

Being Physically Active Has Many Health Benefits

There is no question that people who are physically active are healthier and happier. The American Heart Association recommends at least 150 minutes of activity each week. Now is the time to start your exercise plan, and to encourage you, here are a few benefits you will get from an active life style:


You will sleep better.   Working out for just twenty to thirty minutes on a daily basis will enable you to increase the amount of quality sleep you get on a nightly basis. General health.  Physical activity controls, and even prevents,

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Posted by Blilly on July 14, 2016 | Categories:

Zika Virus: What You Need To Know

The Zika virus has spread to more than 33 counties and to over 4 million people according to CNN. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning pregnant women against travel to countries affected by the Zika virus.  Health officials in several of those countries are telling women to avoid pregnancy -- in some cases for up to two years. This virus can be very serious for pregnant women. In Brazil there have been over 400 cases of this virus affecting newborns.

Zika Virus Facts


The virus is transmitted primary through mosquito bites. The

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Posted by Blilly on June 28, 2016 | Categories:

Heat Stress Prevention


As summer approaches, workers all over the country will experience the risk of heat stress.  Heat stress is especially prevalent in the summer months due to climate changes in July and August.

Heat stress is a signal that says the body is having difficulty maintaining its narrow temperature range. The heart pumps faster, blood is diverted from internal organs to the skin, breathing rate increases, and sweating increases, all in an attempt to transfer more heat to the outside air and cool the skin by the evaporation of sweat. If the body can'

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Posted by Blilly on June 24, 2016 | Categories:

6 Great Supplements for Women 50 and Older


Although we’re all human beings with mostly the same nutritional needs, certain demographics can and should focus on particular nutrients for their overall health.  Women, especially maturing women, have health risks and issues that others tend to not have.  Although there are many other wonderful supplements that can benefit all walks of life, here are 6 supplements for maturing ladies to consider.


Calcium and Magnesium:  We bunch these two minerals together because of their interaction.


Calcium is the most abundant mineral in

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Posted by cborgers on June 13, 2016 | Categories:

Put Health On Your To Do List

2016 is almost half over, lets get fit.   You don’t have to make all these changes immediately, but if you work on one each week you will start setting positive patterns for your health. Even doing a few small things can have a positive impact on your health and attitude.


Make sure you schedule your annual checkup now! Check out our many health supplements. Try to exercise at least three times per week. Endorphins are magical. When you exercise, your brain releases the feel-good chemicals, giving you an instant mood boost. Additionally, try

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Posted by Blilly on May 26, 2016 | Categories:

Outside Exercise Tips

One of the benefits of California living is that we get outside more often. It is great to be able to live and work outside. Many of us exercise outside too. Be careful of outdoor air quality, which can hinder your workout. Outdoor light provides essential vitamin D, enhances mood, improves sleep, and has other benefits.


1. Walk in the early morning or evening. 2. Take water with you when you exercise. 3. Use sunscreen. 4. Always stretch before you exercise. 5. If you run, wear bright colored clothing so you can be seen. 6. Do not run alone at

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Posted by Blilly on May 26, 2016 | Categories:

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