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Posted by Autumn Smith

If it was possible for a nutrient to be mistreated, it’d be vitamin D.

Ok…that might sound silly but for such an incredible, multi-faceted vitamin to be underutilized and underappreciated really is a shame!

For years, it was put in a little corner and only associated with strong bones.

Of course, I’m not debating that. Vitamin D does promote calcium absorption in the gut, is needed for bone growth and remodeling and protects against osteoporosis, rickets, fractures and more.

I’m just saying that the benefits of vitamin D reach far beyond “good bones,” and research is finally proving that.

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Posted by Autumn Smith

We all know how important balanced hormones are to our health. What is a little harder to wrap our heads around is all the moving parts and nutrients involved in keeping everything in perfect balance.

For instance: If your pituitary gland doesn’t receive enough magnesium or vitamins D and E, it won’t have what it needs to secrete hormones properly. Then the various organs and glands that depend on pituitary signals will be impacted as well.

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Posted by Autumn Smith

Ask any cardiologist and he or she will tell you that exercise plays a key role in heart health.

Don’t get me wrong, it DOES. Being a former fitness trainer, I know the value of proper
exercise. The point I want to make is this:

Exercise isn’t enough to counteract a diet lacking in heart-healthy nutrients, and there’s 1 nutrient that outshines them all when it comes to your cardiovascular health: CoQ10

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Posted by Autumn Smith

True, sustained health will never exist in a single pill. Research has proven and (non-pharma funded) doctors agree that the key to optimal health lies in what you eat.

But....There’s 1 food-based mineral that’s finally getting the attention it deserves (from scientists around the world) as a major component in disease prevention.

Keep reading to find out what it is!

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Posted by Autumn Smith

Coenzyme Q10 is a vital nutrient known for boosting heart health and overall energy. Your body produces a super small amount of CoQ10 on its own, but getting a good amount from food or supplementation can be a game changer for your health.

But before you run to your nearest health food store to stock up on yet another pill, let’s talk about the best and most bioavailable way to get it. (Hint: it’s not what you think!)

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Posted by Autumn Smith

Hey! If you read that title and you’re still reading this, I’m impressed! Most people hear about eating organ meats and immediately curl their lip in disgust.

What our ancestors held as priceless, we toss to the side as scraps – all because of that initial gross-factor.

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