10 signs that you may have a potassium deficiency

Potassium deficiency is known as hypokalemia. Normal potassium levels are between 3.5 and 5.0 millimoles per litre (mmol/L). When the level dips below 3.5 it is defined as hypokalemia. Consuming some potassium on a regular basis is important because it can be lost...

Vitamin C deficiency linked to pneumonia in three separate trials

In a review published in Nutrients, Dr. Harri Hemila of the University of Helsinki reported that three different controlled trials had found that vitamin C significantly protected against pneumonia. The review, published in March 2017, asserted that vitamin C...

Optimal Natural Z-Pak: A Massive Immune Boost

• Between 90-98 percent of sinus infections are viral and won’t respond to antibiotics. • At least 200 viruses can cause the common cold. None will respond to antibiotics. • Only 5-10 percent of sore throat cases in adults are caused by strep throat. • Antibiotics are...

Fight off the Flu with Phytonutrients

Whether you’re simply afraid of needles or aren’t keen on pumping yourself with the chemical concoction in a flu shot, rest assured there’s plenty you can do to significantly lower your chances of catching the latest strain of the influenza virus. The answer lies with...