Ingredient Spotlight: Turmeric and Curcumin

Also referred to as “Indian saffron” or “Indian solid gold,” turmeric is derived from the rhizome plant Curcuma longa and is immediately associated with colorful Indian and Asian curries. But did you know that turmeric is also responsible for the color of mustard as well as functioning as a clothing dye? Continue reading →

Choose Your Way to Cleanse with Cleanse for Life

Few products come close to the nutritional profile of Cleanse for Life®—an herbal drink formulated to nourish the body and support its natural detoxification systems. While the body has pathways to remove toxins from the body, just like any machine, it can become overloaded. The combination of ingredients in Cleanse for Life works synergistically to support the body’s detoxification pathways and help them work more efficiently. Three phases of detoxification occur within the body to Continue reading →

12 Reasons Why You Need Ageless Essentials with Product B

How many days per week do you eat five fruits and vegetables? Did you consume two servings of fish last week? What about getting the vitamin D your body needs? Sure you can get the right amounts of vitamins and minerals from food, but not only is it difficult to do—for example, it would take ten tablespoons of corn oil (1,200 calories and 136 grams of fat!) or five cups of boiled spinach to meet daily recommendations for vitamin E—it’s also inconvenient and requires strict adherence Continue reading →

What’s Aging Your Skin

To view our “What's Aging Your Skin?” visual, click the picture to the left or here. As the largest organ in the body, covering some 16 to 21 square feet, skin takes the biggest beating on a daily basis. Sun, toxic chemical, and pollutant exposure bombard skin every day and over time can cause wrinkles, age spots, dullness, and sagginess if not given proper care. To protect your skin, you have to know your skin, and this includes knowing a little about what's really going on at the Continue reading →

The Basics of Detoxification

Whether out for a run, grilling your favorite meats on a hot summer day, or spring cleaning the house, our bodies are exposed to millions of chemicals considered "toxins". These toxins in our environment (exotoxins) and that our bodies produce (endotoxins) have the ability to disrupt the essential biological structures needed for the body to function such as DNA, cellular membranes, and protein. Repeated exposure to various toxins can contribute to adverse health effects in the short-term such Continue reading →