Sometimes Stress Needs Some Oxygen

Stress and anxiety are pretty good at cramping out ability to breathe. Sometimes it’s as extreme as hyperventilating. Other times our bodies are so tense that our breathing grows habitually shallow, also considered chronic hyperventilation. Poor breathing slowly...

Research Proves Vitamin D in Optimal Longevi-D-K2 Helps Ease Depression

Here is a little something to keep all of you up to date with the latest research. A study presented on May 6th, 2018 showed some exciting things. With all the talk going back and forth claiming vitamins work and don’t work, it’s great to finally get a meta-analysis...

Can You Use Stress to Make You Healthier?

Exercise is a form of stress. However, studies show the benefits of a balanced diet and quality exercise far outweigh a cautious, low impact lifestyle.  If you exercise regularly, chances are you know the ins and outs of getting in the right balance of protein and...

Get RAW with Your Mitochondria to Give Them a Boost

Optimal health occurs at the cellular level. This means taking care of yourself at the cellular level. The best course of action is to take care of your mitochondria and equip them with the tools necessary to fight free radical, thus keep cells alive, healthy, and...

Melatonin is Not the Way to Go to Give You a Good Night’s Sleep

The most commonly reported side effect of melatonin supplements is drowsiness, followed by headache and dizziness. Drowsiness and impaired mental alertness and balance may occur for about six hours after taking melatonin (these effects may last longer or carry over...