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...

Young women run faster after taking nutritional supplement blend

A new study found that female athletes who took a supplement of of minerals and other nutrients for one month were able to accomplish faster running speeds. The research, conducted at Ohio State University, discovered women lowered the average time it took them to run...

Molybdenum—an essential mineral for biological functions

Many, if not most, people have never heard of the essential mineral molybdenum, let alone considered its key role in a lot of our body’s functions. Molybdenum helps protect existing cells and creates new healthy cells. It aids the cellular processes such as digesting...

Joint Pain is a Bigger Problem than Cancer

Do you know the number one reason Americans access the Healthcare System today? Pain–not just any pain though. Joint pain. Every day millions of Americans struggle with inflammation leading to chronic aches and pains, and sore joints. The closet approximation is...