About Magnesium: Why We Need It and How to Get It

Did you know that magnesium is an important factor in over 300 biological reactions? This important mineral can sometimes get overlooked, but it’s involved in many essential bodily activities. Here’s what you need to know about magnesium, including how to ensure you’re getting enough: About Magnesium There are many ways in which magnesium contributes to your more…

How to Choose a Plant-Based Protein Powder

Plant-based protein powder isn’t new, but it does seem to be gaining in popularity. These days, there’s a wide variety of products to choose from, so it can be hard to determine which is best suited to your lifestyle and dietary needs. For those considering adding a plant-based protein powder to their diet, but don’t more…

How to Maintain A Probiotic-Friendly Diet

Probiotics are microorganisms that have a beneficial effect on health. The gastrointestinal tract and genitourinary tract are teeming with bacteria and other microorganisms. Some are good, some are bad, and what we consume can have a significant impact on these organisms. Here are a few tips to help maintain a probiotic-friendly diet: Probiotic Supplements High-quality more…

5 Practical Tips for Sustainable Living

April 22 is Earth Day, a handy reminder for all of us to do our bit to protect the planet. Whether you’re already living a fairly eco-friendly life, or are continually forgetting to make use of your reusable grocery bags, these five practical tips for sustainable living will help preserve the planet for yourself and more…

Whole Earth and Sea Wins Again!

Whole Earth and Sea Wins Again! Whole Earth & Sea’s bioenergetic, sustainable, whole food formulas made with non-GMO ingredients continue to be a favourite when it comes to awards! The age-and gender-specific Multis are a Better Nutrition 2015 Best of Supplements Award winner in the Vitamins and Minerals category. This is just the latest in more…

Whole Food Supplements

Whole Food Supplements What is a Whole Food? A food is considered whole when it has not been processed, changed, or refined in any way. Whole foods include fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and animal products such as meat and eggs. In whole foods, there exists a natural balance of the three macromolecules: protein, carbohydrates, more…