Dr. Hauschka’s Commitment to Authenticity, Integrity & Transparency

November 21, 2012
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Dr. Hauschka’s Commitment to Authenticity, Integrity & Transparency

Dr. Hauschka Skin Care proudly displays the mark of NATRUE certification, an international standard for natural and organic skin care. NATRUE certification ensures that a product has met the strongest criteria available for natural ingredients in cosmetics, as verified by an independent certifier. NATRUE is a non-profit, international association founded by some of the...

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Strategies for Diabetes Prevention

November 21, 2012
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Eat your leafy greens People who eat an average of 1.5 daily servings of green leafy vegetables have a 14 percent lower risk of Type 2 diabetes compared with those who consume less than half a serving of those vegetables per day, says a review in the August 2010 British Medical Journal. More diabetes...

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The Scoop on Vitamins: B9 – Folic Acid

This is part of our continuing series on the function of vitamins in the body. Folic acid is one of the more well known B vitamins because of its importance during pregnancy for healthy fetal development, particularly during the first trimester. While the connection isn’t completely understood, the demand for folate most likely increases...

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How do Plant Stem Cells Work?

November 15, 2012
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How do Plant Stem Cells Work?

From our friends at MyChelle Dermaceuticals Stem cells have been a topic of increased research and advancement in the past decade—along with passionate debate from those who tout their health-promoting potential and those who warn of the slippery ethical slope they represent. The good news is that scientists have now found a way to...

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A Whole Body Approach to Fibromyalgia

November 14, 2012
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A Whole Body Approach to Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia affects an estimated 5 million adults in America. But what is fibromyalgia? The condition is characterized primarily by chronic, widespread unexplained pain and tender points throughout the body, as well as profound fatigue and sleep disturbances. Fibromyalgia is most common among women and people with autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis or lupus....

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Collagen Support for Your (Already) Beautiful Skin

Collagen Support for Your (Already) Beautiful Skin

Underneath our skin there’s a process happening every day: It’s collagen production, and it helps keep our skin plump, our tendons flexible and our bones strong. Indeed, collagen is one of the most abundant proteins in the human body. “Collagen provides structural support for the bones, skin and ligaments,” says Dr. Tori Hudson, ND,...

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