Quick Facts About Magnesium Everyone Needs to Know
Everybody seems to be talking about magnesium lately! You might say it has become the “star” of the mineral world. Why? Because magnesium is linked to more than 700 bodily functions. However, 75 – 80% of Americans are still lacking in this precious nutrient. Here are some… Read more »
Bio-available progesterone vs progestin – What’s the difference?
Progesterone is a hormone that is either produced in the body, or from a plant source that is chemically and structurally identical to human progesterone. This is what’s known as bio-identical, or natural progesterone.
“Progestin” is a hormone that has been produced synthetically. There are… Read more »
Balanced pH Levels Mean a Healthier You
Balancing your pH levels will help with weight issues, mood balancing, skin conditions, digestive issues, muscle and nerve tension, anxiety and stress conditions, bose and joint issues, arthritis, preventing and curing all kinds of illnesses and cancer, and much more. Correcting your pH balance will help you overcome the… Read more »
Immune Support During the Winter Months
For most of you reading this, the weather is changing fast, the days and nights are cooler, the leaves are beginning to fall. Some of us feel our energy falling, and possibly our sleep with the diminishing hours of sunlight.
This is also the time of year where colds… Read more »
Why Choose Premier Research Labs Products?
As many of you know, we think Dr. Marshall’s supplements are the very best available anywhere. Every day we hear of great results from our clients. Dr. Marshall and Premier Research Labs at Long Natural Health puts so much care and integrity into their products. They even… Read more »
Understanding estrogen, the good, the bad and the ugly can be complex. Both men and women produce the hormone, estrogen. Women naturally have higher levels due to their reproductive organs and for the purpose of procreation. It is the primary source of women’s sex hormones and is mostly responsible for our reproductive… Read more »
What Causes Neurotransmitter Deficiencies?
Dieting is the most common cause of self-induced neurotransmitter deficiencies. Protein deficient diets may not supply adequate tryptophan, which is necessary for serotonin production. Carbohydrate is necessary to deliver tryptophan to the brain for serotonin production. High protein/low carbohydrate diets are a two-fold problem – there is not enough… Read more »
In today’s culture, there is much emphasis on anti-aging and products that mask or hide the signs of aging, but very few products actually go beyond treating superficial symptoms and work at the root of your health to smooth your skin, balance hormones and restore nutrients that are lost with age. Anti-aging is not just… Read more »