While this is definitely the season to cherish the outdoors, it’s also important to remember that all that time spent outside will leave your immune system more susceptible to allergens and unwanted germs.
When we think about bacteria, we tend to associate it with negative connotations.
As obesity continues to evolve into a growing epidemic, researchers are continuing to try and find new opportunities for rapid weight loss.
There are an estimated 15 million people living in the U.S. with a food allergy, according to Food Allergy Research and Education, which is a number that has continued to rise over the past several years.
Getting ready to take off for a vacation or booking your next flight for work is always somewhat stressful.
Stress not only comes in many shapes and sizes, but also affects us in a variety of ways.
If you are often finding yourself tossing and turning at night, you might not only be hurting your chances at a perky morning, but you could be damaging your immune system as well.
There are many new products on the market promoting their inclusion of lactoferrin as a healthy ingredient, but what exactly is lactoferrin?
With all the warmer weather, raindrops and sunshine that come with spring, the new season also means allergies are back.
If you aren’t familiar with lactoferrin, now is the time to learn about it.