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Pine Pollen and Its Immunity Powers

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As modern science continues to gain more insight into the power of nutrition to affect your overall physical condition and the aging process in general, it's becoming abundantly clear that a healthy immune system is a crucial component in maintaining optimal human health.

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Colostrum - 3x More Effective at Protecting Your Family From the Flu

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Traditionally, Colostrum was used in Ayurveda as a longevity medicine. More recently, it has been shown through research to have a multitude of immune factors that protect children and adults. Colostrum is the “immune milk” produced by all mammals for only the first few hours before and after birth. Supercharged with 97 immune factors and 87 growth factors, Bovine Colostrum is nature’s “first food.”

 

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5 Simple Ways To Improve Your Digestion

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Improving your digestion isn't all about buying supplements. There are daily practices you can begin implementing to improve your digestion that don’t cost a cent.    -Entering  a Parasympathetic State- Your sympathetic nervous system responds to stress, is ready for action, and is activated to protect you and mobilize you at a moment’s notice. This is obviously an essential survival mechanism, but we incur so many stressors in our modern lifestyle that our sympathetic nervous system doesn’t know how to decipher them from credible threats, and it gets left “on” most of the time. There are a few functions in...

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Bitter Herbs For Better Health

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Surthrival’s carefully curated Herbal Digestive Bitters—made from certified organic and wildcrafted herbs accented with essential oils of orange, lemon, and grapefruit— improve digestion with a tasty but not overpowering flavor.

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How Digestive Bitters Work

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Humor us for a moment and imagine—as vividly as you can—that you’re standing under the branches of a ripe lemon tree. You can smell the sweet lemon rinds as you reach up to pull it from the tree, the fine spray of citrus floating into the air and onto your hands as you squeeze it. With your pocket knife you slice into the lemon, the juice runs down the blade and onto your fingers. You shake your hand off and lick the juice from your fingers before cutting a wedge from the lemon to take a big, sour bite…

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