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Why Your Liver Is Important Your liver has a lot of responsibility and is in charge of helping your body rid itself of harmful toxins! Taking care of it and making sure it is working will go a long way in improving your overall health!

The liver plays a central role in all metabolic processes in the body.  Its main job is to filter blood coming from the digestive tract before passing it to the rest of the body, but there are several important functions the liver performs:

–  Bile production and excretion (an important digestive liquid)

–  Excretion of bilirubin, cholesterol, hormones, and drugs

–  Metabolism of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates

–  Enzyme activation

–  Storage of glycogen (energy in the form of a sugar), vitamins, and minerals

–  Synthesis of plasma proteins, such as albumin, and clotting factors

–  Blood detoxification and purification

The liver is also the only organ in the body that can grow cells and regenerate itself.  It can be removed from the body, split in half, and transplanted into two different recipients.  Plus, a living person can donate a portion of their liver while having both portions regrow and function.  A healthy liver is important for many reasons and there are several things you can do (and not do) to protect it from damage so it can keep your body functioning properly:


  1. Eat a high fiber diet, including fresh fruit, vegetables, and whole grains
  2. Load up on healthy protein (vital for fighting infections and healing a damaged liver); include low fat or fat-free dairy, lean meats, and plant-based sources like beans, legumes, and lentils
  3. Avoid trans fats found in processed foods; opt for healthy fats found in nuts, seeds, flaxseeds, avocados, olive oil, and fatty fish
  4. Stay well hydrated
  5. Avoid consuming high amounts of salty and sugary foods
  6. Control your weight…avoid obesity
  7. Limit alcohol consumption
  8. Don’t abuse over-the-counter medications (especially acetaminophen)


There are a few common symptoms you might notice if your liver isn’t working well:

–  Chronic fatigue

–  Gastrointestinal issues (upset stomach, nausea, vomiting)

–  Decreased appetite

–  Dark colored urine

–  Jaundice (yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes)

A liver detoxification is sometimes all that’s needed to clean out this important, multi-functional organ and get things running smoothly again.  There are many liver detox products and recipes out there, and some might be a bit too harsh for the average person. We have our Liver Detox formula that’s gentle enough for almost everyone, yet gets the job done.  The all natural ingredients help to cleanse and protect the liver so it can properly take care of you. Please be sure to check with your healthcare professional about your personal health situation and any medications you might be taking just to make sure all is clear for you to do any type of liver detoxification.  


Inflammation is a process by which the body’s white blood cells, and the substances they produce, protect us from infection and foreign organisms.  However, in some diseases like arthritis, the body’s defense system (the immune system) triggers an inflammatory response when there are no foreign organisms to fight off.  These diseases, called autoimmune diseases, cause the body’s normally protective immune system to damage its own tissues. The body responds as if normal tissues are infected.  

Much of the chronic inflammation situations are in the joints, but chronic inflammation is a part of many diseases like asthma, Crohn’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, eczema, psoriasis, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and Parkinson’s disease.  In these diseases, the body is in a chronically inflamed state, essentially on “high alert” all the time. This prolonged state of emergency can cause lasting damage to the heart, brain, and other organs. For example, inflammatory cells present in the blood vessels for too long can promote the buildup of dangerous plaque.  Chronic inflammation can also damage your gut and joints, sabotage your sleep, harm your lungs, damage your gums and bones, make it harder to lose weight, and can contribute to depression.

There are some tell-tale signs of chronic inflammation that you should look out for:

  1. A “spare tire” around your waist
  2. High blood glucose levels
  3. Digestive problems like gas, diarrhea, bloating, or constipation
  4. You’re tired all the time
  5. Skin problems like eczema or psoriasis, or your skin is red and blotchy
  6. Allergies
  7. A puffy face, or puffy bags under the eyes
  8. Gum disease
  9. Depression, anxiety, or “Brain Fog”

Beyond bacteria, viruses, and autoimmune disorders…sugary and fatty foods along with stress can cause chronic inflammation.  Dietary changes and better stress management skills are the easiest ways to combat the sugar, fats, and stress as a more natural alternative to medications.  Here are a few:

  • Load up on omega-3 fatty acids from sources like salmon, seaweed, hemp, and flaxseed
  • Eat fermented foods & liquids (sauerkraut, kimchi, kombucha, etc.), probiotics, and fiber
  • Cut out processed sugar
  • Focus on healthy fats (avocados, nuts, etc.) and lean proteins
  • Incorporate ginger and turmeric into your daily diet
  • Reduce stress with yoga, meditation, and consciously being aware of what causes you stress

Our Joint Formula contains 2000 mg of Biocell® Hydrolyzed Collagen Type II, 400 mg of Tart Cherry and 100 mg of Ginger. These ingredients are said to support joint health with their healing and pain-relieving properties, also aiding in reducing inflammation. 

Even if your inflammation cause or situation is seemingly difficult to control there are many ways to investigate how to reduce its effects on your body and your life.  Take time to look into some ways to keep inflammation at bay through natural means for better overall health.


The role of supplements is to help us bridge the gaps in our nutrition. Proper nutrition is the key to overall health and wellness and supplements can help ensure that our bodies are nourished properly.

What exactly is a healthy diet?  The dictionary definition is simple…

A diet that contains the proper proportions of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins, minerals, and water necessary to maintain good health”.  

Okay, that’s easy enough…but what exactly does that mean?  Is it really something you can put into action without details?

Probably not, and that’s why people tend to fall short of eating enough healthy foods to reap the benefits…and also where supplements come in.

It’s important to remember what the difference is between a vitamin, a mineral and a supplement.  This should help:

Vitamins & Minerals: Natural substances usually found in food that help the body remain healthy.

Supplements: Products taken orally that contain one or more ingredients, such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, etc. that are intended to “supplement” one’s diet; not considered food.  Meant to “fill in the gaps”, so to speak, of what you require for good health and what you’re actually eating to meet that requirement.

Many people take vitamins and minerals in either a type of multi-vitamin or in larger individual doses to cover a specific area they know they’re deficient in to make sure they are getting the proper amounts.  Whether doing it for the specific diet they eat that doesn’t provide all of the necessary nutrients, to help naturally treat specific conditions, or just to aid in the general functions of the body, taking vitamins and minerals definitely serves a purpose.  However, each one might only address one or two things.

Supplements, on the other hand, serve a different type of purpose.  Many of the ingredients in supplements are meant to promote a certain type of action or even reaction in the body based on the functions of the different ingredients as well as having them work together to achieve an intended result.

Take for example our Liver Formula…a product containing powerful ingredients that on their own provide beneficial elements, but working together perform in multiple areas.  They aid in detoxifying the liver and body, protecting the liver from damage with antioxidants that aid in helping it function more efficiently, and aiding in liver repair and regeneration.

Many people prefer supplements to just vitamins or minerals as they get the individual elements in the proper amounts to achieve the intended result from the product without taking so many of them separately.  Just remember, vitamins and minerals are individual items that are found in foods and sometimes eating these foods can give you the beneficial amount each day.  Supplements are a combination of vitamins and minerals intended to achieve a specific result…eating foods to get the same amounts as the ingredients in the supplement is not something realistic you can do.

As always, do your research before taking any product so you know what the ingredients are intended to do and that they’re in the proper doses in the product that are considered beneficial for results.  That research must also include checking with your doctor about your personal health situation that might prohibit taking supplementation and asking your pharmacist about any type of interaction with your medications.  


There is much talk about healthy bacteria these days. Here is how probiotics are helping people improve their overall health and benefit from losing weight.

Written By:  Michelle White

There is a lot of talk these days about “healthy bacteria” in your digestive tract…but what exactly does that mean? It’s more than just keeping you from bloating, heartburn, or a mad dash to the bathroom. A healthy gut is crucial to your overall health and is connected to all that happens in your body, especially your immune system.  A healthy cut can be accomplished by introducing probiotics into your everyday diet.

With nearly 75% of your immune tissue located within your digestive system, it’s crucial to keep things in proper balance. Many people are realizing that eating the wrong types of food can have a negative effect on the bacteria in your digestive tract and make you more susceptible to illness and a wide range of diseases.

It’s nearly impossible to eat your way to a healthy level of good bacteria…but if you would like to try here are a few great probiotic foods: \

  • Kefir
  • Sauerkraut
  • Kimchi
  • Kombucha
  • Yogurt
  • Raw Cheeses (goat cheese, etc.)
  • Apple Cider Vinegar
  • Salted Gherkin Pickles
  • Brine-Cured Olives
  • Tempeh (fermented soybeans)
  • Miso (fermented soybean, barley or brown rice with koji).

If none of these are to your liking then supplementation is the answer.

Our Probiotic Formula is made especially for those of you who don’t want to eat your way to good digestive health. With two billion colony forming units (CFU) of the top four strains of beneficial bacteria (totaling eight billion CFU’s) along with two beneficial prebiotics (the “food” the good bacteria feeds on to multiply) our Probiotic Formula provides you with a great way to start optimizing your health.

Most importantly, better digestion and gut health can provide you with not only a better functioning immune system but a leg-up in your weight loss efforts. Probiotic Formula is part of nearly all of our special bundle offers for this very reason…when your body functions properly it can do amazing things!

Learn more about our Probiotic Formula