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Wellness: everyone wants to be healthy. Embracing wellness is more than a trend—in 2018 it’s an actively sought goal, a lifestyle, a state of being, a status. Encouraging healthy habits can help improve your quality of life, your performance at work, and lower health care costs.

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The importance of better gut health has been the focus of much research and study in the past decades. Good gut health is essential to maintaining your overall health. Benefits range from its healthy effects on supporting the immune system, eliminating acne, to its impact on the increase in the level of obesity as it…
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Relied upon for centuries, aloe vera is a member of the lily family and known for its multiple healing benefits. Stories of aloe vera’s benefits seem timeless, ranging from Cleopatra to today’s modern beauty. Most products made today fall short of delivering the benefits of the plant to your skin and those of us not…
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Over the years, natural healing plants have been pushed aside for chemical-based prescribed medications but people are beginning to look toward natural remedies for a more organic, less harsh solution. One plant that has stood the test of time is aloe vera. For centuries, aloe has been used to help regain digestive health due to…
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For the past few years, we have been tossing bottled coconut water into our gym bags, carrying it in our purses, and drinking the trendy, refreshing beverage at all hours of the day to promote good health. While not a new invention, aloe water has finally hit the mainstream market, being validated as the nutrient-dense…
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Our aloe products are made from the highest quality aloe vera and contain the most bio-available levels of Acemannan, the famous healing property in aloe vera’s inner leaf gel. We use the word bioavailable when describing our product but it might not be a term you hear every day. So what does it mean anyway?…
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Melatonin is a naturally produced hormone in our brains that regulates sleep, boosts our immune system, and eases stress. Lack of sleep can affect us in many ways but low levels of Melatonin may lead to gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and most people with digestive discomfort tend to have sleep disorders.