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It is easy to be healthy when you understand your body better. Join us every month for the hottest topic about your health.

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Living With Osteoarthritis

Most people recognize that joints directly influence the quality of life, mobility and wellness. Contrary to the common belief, osteoarthritis is no longer a disease of older age. It can also affect the younger adults with a profound impact on their emotional well-being and work capacity. Osteoarthritis is often accompanied by underlying causes such as joint injury, repetitive stress on overuse joints or obesity. Intervention should start early to prevent deterioration of the condition and the need for surgery. So, do all joint supplements work the same way? Read on to find out more about  the right supplements that are suitable to tackle the symptoms associated with this condition.

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As millions of people  are struggling with depression, joint pain, and liver disorders, scientists continue to look for effective remedies. SAM-e showed promising results.  Read on for an ultimate breakdown of its benefits.

Mother's Kiss

Poor maternal mental health has been associated with a number of pregnancy complication and her baby's health. Obesity in pregnancy is known to increase one’s risk of experiencing poor maternal mental health and is associated with physical and mental health complications such as gestational diabetes and stress. Probiotics may represent a novel approach to intervene in poor mental health and obesity. Find out how L. rhamnosus HN001 enhances the pregnant women's mental health and immunity as well as their newborn's immune development.

 

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Driven by passion for holistic wellness, we strive to provide the best natural health supplements to help you live your ideal lifestyle. Explore the latest product and the science behind it.

Most alpha lipoic acid supplement in the market contains a mixture of R (natural) and S (synthetic) form of alpha lipoic acid (ALA). R-ALA is the natural form of alpha lipoic acid  found in plants, animals and the human body. Read on to find out more about the many unique properties of this revolutionary ALA. 

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