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InterHealth Nutraceuticals CEO Paul Dijkstra talks UC-II

InterHealth Nutraceuticals CEO Paul Dijkstra talks about selling UC-II products at retail with WholeFoods Magazine editor Kaylynn Chiarello-Ebner at SupplySide West 2014.

Supply Side West 2016: Dr. Oliver, OmniActive Health Technologies

WholeFoods publisher Heather Wainer discusses CurcuWin and recent research with Dr. Oliver at the OmniActive booth.

Listen: Food and Chemical Hypersensitivities

Click to Hear Podcast   How to discover over 500 hidden or delayed allergies. One of the biggest and sometimes most mysterious health issue is caused by unknown...

Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D., Talks about Natural Pain Management

Expo West 2016 Kaylynn Chiarello-Ebner, editor of WholeFoods Magazine, interviews Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D., about natural solutions for pain management at Natural Products Expo West 2016,...

LJ100 Tongkat Ali

Learn how this incredible medicinal herb supports healthy energy levels, mood, libido and overall quality of life in men and women.

Fortify and Optimize Your Immune Response

Click here to listen. Your body comes with its own built in defense system that is always on surveillance to protect you from immune...

Dr. Cass Ingram Discusses Ticks and Protec-X *Sponsored Content*

Tick season is upon us and therefore the risk of contracting Lyme Disease is elevated. Dr. Ingram talks about his personal struggles with the...

Replay: 43rd Annual Retailer Survey Webinar

WholeFoods Magazine Editor-in-Chief Maggie Jaqua and Merchandising Editor Jay Jacobowitz (also President and Founder of Retail Insights®) give an overview of key findings and...
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Exploring the Function of the Microbiome

  Click to hear podcast It seems everyone is excited by probiotics and the microbiome. The role of probiotics in human health is driving research and...

Interview with Parker Kligerman

WholeFoods Magazine speaks with NASCAR driver Parker Kligerman about living with celiac disease and his new partnership with the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG).