Natural Factors was the first Canadian company to offer whole, natural salmon oil from wild-caught Alaskan salmon, and has been doing so for over 25 years.
Dr. Kate Rhéaume, N.D. explains that a Vitamin B12 deficiency might be the cause of low energy. In the video, Dr. Kate also notes that having B12 levels below normal levels can increase the risk for Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia.
A new year, a fresh start; primetime to make positive changes to eat more healthily, do more exercise, lose some weight, read more and watch less TV, right? So why is it so hard to eliminate bad habits and get into a new, healthier routine?
Now that the holidays are officially over and we are getting back to the grind, we might find it’s not so easy to get back to our healthy routines. Here are some ways to get the New Year off to an amazing start and get you feeling fresh and healthy in no time!
We here at Natural Factors know that living a holistically healthy lifestyle means exercising, keeping stress in check, getting a good night’s sleep, and eating nutritious, delicious foods. In short, we get and we live it, too!
There are more bacteria in our guts than there are cells in our body—we’re outnumbered ten to one. These critters—the friendly ones at least—play many important parts, from helping us digest our food to defending against infections to manufacturing neurotransmitters such as serotonin.
Nutrition plays a large role in immune function. Our bodies rely heavily on the macronutrients protein, fat, and carbohydrates to sustain energy, growth, metabolism, and cellular repair. Three of the many phytonutrients that can be taken to charge-up your immune system this winter are polyphenols, allicin, and ginsenosides.
Have you been to the gym lately? Wow, it’s busy! A lot of people have new weight loss resolutions and while exercise plays an important role so too, does your nutrition.