We at Naturade are proud to announce the mass market introduction of HealthSmart, a doctor-formulated daily protein supplement which is a comprehensive source of nutrition for active adults. Endorsed by…
Key Ingredient in Vitali-T-Aid Demonstrates Significant Positive Effect on Physiological Aspects of Libido According to Recently Published Study
Testofen, a key component in Vitali-T-Aid demonstrated a significant positive effect on physiological aspects of male libido and may assist to maintain normal healthy testosterone levels.
The Naturade Pea Protein vanilla shake provides an excellent source of vegetable-based protein and is suitable for low-carbohydrate dieters, vegetarians, vegans, children, athletes and anyone looking to add some extra protein to their diet.
Achieving and maintaining healthy weight and cholesterol levels is essential to your overall health and well-being and helps sustain optimal heart function, creating a foundation for healthy aging.
Body weight is one of the most basic issues of human life. Self-esteem, acceptance among peers– and perhaps lifelong success or failure—are, unfortunately, all tied to our physical appearance. Medically…
A new study suggests that soy supplements can help postmenopausal women shed off pounds, in addition to various health benefits reported.
Dr. Daniel G. Clark, author of Colostrum, Life’s First Food states: ” …bovine colostrum rebuilds the immune system, destroys viruses, bacteria, and fungi, accelerates healing of all body tissue, helps lose weight, burn fat, increase bone and lean muscle mass and slows down and even reverses aging.
Bovine colostrum supplemented orally is known to support healthy human immunity. Healthy men cycled for 2 hours after receiving a daily colostrum for 4 weeks (in comparison to a control group) as done in a new study.
New research determines that dietary supplements rich in isoflavones may improve the function of arteries in stroke patients
A dietary supplement rich in isoflavones may improve the function of arteries in stroke patients, according to new research from Hong Kong.
ScienceDaily (Mar. 17, 2008) â€” A compound found in soybeans almost completely prevented the spread of human prostate cancer in mice, according to a study published in the March 15…