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News

Artificial Sweeteners Linked to Obesity

September 18, 2014

A recent study showed that artificial sweeteners do not prevent obesity but may actually promote metabolic disorders such as type 2 diabetes.  Calorie-free sweeteners are often used to lower caloric intake and are commonly thought not to raise blood sugar levels.  In a recent issue of the journal Nature, researchers reported that artificial sweeteners increased the blood sugar levels in both mice and humans by interfering with microbes in the gut.  More research needs to be done but the research so far has been highly indicative of a relationship between the intake of artificial sweeteners and blood sugar intolerance; a precursor to metabolic diseases.  Here's a link to the original article.

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Latest Evidence of the Decline of "Certified Organic"

September 13, 2014

There have been a couple of recent events that highlight the gradual but persistent pressure of corporate influence on putting profits before quality in the "certified organic" industry.  This week, Annie's, the organic mac and cheese company for $820M.  This may not seem to be negative unless you have been following the industry.  There always seems to be a decline in quality following these mergers once profits and cost control become the focus.  A recent example is Arrowhead Mills.  We have carried AM products throughout our history and always felt that they were a company that can be trusted.  This summer we received a recall for AM peanut butter.  During past peanut butter recalls, we were always excluded from the...

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Quality Supplements: You Get What You Pay For...Mostly

September 10, 2014

Many people talk about the quality of their products but pricing is also a critical element when choosing a supplement. The supplement industry does not have a high level of regulation.  This is good in that competition and free market system allows us to vote with our dollars as to which products work and which ones don't.  However, a modern American attitude has emerged where cheaper is always better.  The truth, at least in the natural health industry, is "you get what you pay for".  The lack of regulation also puts us in charge of doing our own research...as it should be! Margaret recently talked about being smart when choosing a supplement.  Here's a link to her article which is...

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Turmeric for Inflammation and Alzheimer's

September 08, 2014

People have been using turmeric (and its active ingredient, Curcumin) for inflammation and joint discomfort.  A recent study linked turmeric with behavioral improvements in Alzheimer's patients.  While a small study, this research is added to over 6000 other turmeric studies making it one of the most studied medicinal plants in the world.  For the complete article, click here.  

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