Healthy Beginnings – Part 1 of a four-part series on children’s nutrition

Natural baby foods, hygiene products and supplements give infants a jumpstart for healthy living When parents come strolling a little one through your store's front...

A Natural Metamorphosis

Successful sales in the women's health category will spill over into other segments All stages of a woman’s life are distinct, yet they blend...

Make Room for Mushrooms

Mushrooms, once thought to be the “sons of god” sent to Earth by lightning, are known today for their nutritional and medicinal value. There...

2018 Forecast: What’s in Store for the Year Ahead?

We asked people from different industry perspectives to share their insights and expectations for the natural products industry in 2018. The Independent Retailer Corinne Shindelar, President/CEO,...
collagen

Collagen: What Holds Us Together

Collagen is derived from the Greek word kolla, meaning glue. It is the glue that literally holds the body together and is vital to...

Sowing the Seeds of Wellness

How some tiny seeds are making it big in the world of nutrition. Dynamite comes in small packages. Apparently, so does nutrition. Within the tiny...

Blood Pressure: That Magic Number

Under 120/80 is the goal, but how can consumers close in on it naturally? Part Two of a Five-Part Series on Heart Health Whether it’s excess salt...
omega-3

Marine Oils Press Onward

According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health’s National Health Interview Survey, marine oil rich in omega-3s EPA and DHA was the...

Keeping Up With Oils

With consumer demand at an all time high, it’s no wonder the marine oils market hasn’t stopped evolving.The market for fish and other marine...

Ashwagandha’s Supportive Powers

Since ancient times, ashwagandha has been thought to be one of the most powerful herbs in Ayurvedic healing. The word ashwagandha means “smell of...

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