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Nature Made Herbal Supplements offer distinctive qualities to support specific health concerns, while working together to help your family achieve overall health and well-being. Best of all, you can be assured that our products are safe and effective. Not all the products we carry have been tested in clinical studies.
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SUPERFoods linked to Anti-Aging Benefits
Super fruits and vegetables provide a host of polyphenols, or antioxidant compounds, that work to fight off free radicals and offer protection to our body cells. Free radicals are highly reactive, unstable molecules that attack our healthy cells. They arise from normal metabolism and our body cells encounter free radicals every second of each day. Certain factors increase the production of free radicals in our body even more. Some examples are: smoking, stress, exposure to UV rays, pollution, etc.
Soy and Women’s Health
Many of us have eaten tofu, a food made from soybeans, or read an article about the miraculous health benefits of soybeans. Ever wondered what makes soy work, and if it might work for you?
Alternative Immune Boosters
You may be familiar with all of the traditional routes of beefing up your immune system, like getting lots of sleep and taking vitamin C, but did you know that there are significant benefits to alternative therapies, as well? We'll explain how techniques like massage and acupuncture, as well as certain kinds of herbs can help to boost that immune system during the cold and flu season.
Natural Health: Guide to Using Herbs
From the earliest of times, people have relied on plants to address health concerns. Today, a number of things continue to fuel a growing interest in natural health including a cultural use of natural herbs, ongoing scientific study and government funding for complementary and alternative healthcare. Another interesting aspect of natural herbs is that they fit an immediate personal need: herbs are accessible and inexpensive.