Get Moving! Being more physically active isn’t just great for your health, it can also boost your energy, lift your mood, and help reduce stress
Hormonal changes are natural, but what are the top ways to support transition? Learn how to move through all the changes of your life with ease and grace.
At Natural Factors, we believe the earth deserves to be protected and nurtured, just as nature sustains and nurtures us. Here are some of the ways we’re working to reduce our environmental footprint and a few simple ideas for how you can make a difference, too.
At Natural Factors, a love for our earth is at the heart of what we do. We recognize the importance of addressing our environmental impact and are committed to reducing emissions wherever possible.
Mint is a trooper. No matter how bedraggled it gets in the wintertime, no matter how much snow falls on it or frost freezes it or feet trample it, mint always comes back to life in early spring with renewed vigor. Learn about 4 ways to use fresh mint this spring!
Take advantage of that fresh spring energy to shake off stagnation and shift into a more active gear. Here are a few simple springtime rituals that can help your body and mind get in sync with nature’s quickening.
Not surprisingly, there’s been a flurry of interest in vitamin D’s role in supporting respiratory health over the past year.* Learn more about Vitamin D’s role in immune health here.
There is a wealth of information readily available about the keto lifestyle but one aspect not widely discussed is the important role supplementation may play as you adopt this diet. Check with your health professional if a ketogenic diet is right for you.
The “sunshine vitamin” is made naturally in the skin from exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays. So does that mean that, with the dark days of winter behind us for now, we are automatically getting enough to avoid vitamin D deficiency? Not necessarily.