How a Grandmother with Asthma Still Runs 5 Days a Week
She’s listed these all-natural solutions as part of her “7 Effective Ways to Clear Mucus for Better Breathing” This blog reveals: Why Americans should be concerned about the quality of the air How this asthmatic grandmother still runs 5 days a week How to fight respiratory problems on-the-go The essential oils that can help you [&he
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Why Slowing Down Your Eating May Positively Impact Your Mental Health
How on Earth could our eating habits be connected to our feelings of anxiety? Dr Gregory Jantz explains various ways to help us navigate our feelings of fear. This video reveals: Why Doctor Gregory Jantz believes we are living in a “culture of fear” The world’s most common mental health struggle The message your body […]
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Myth Busted: Vitamin C Does Not “Boost” Your Immune System… It Protects It…
A Master Herbalist Explains How To Effectively Harness The Immune-Supporting Benefits of Vitamin C. This blog explains: Vitamin C does not “boost” your immune system… it “protects” it. Paying for better “absorption rates” is a big waste of your money. The easiest way Vitamin C research can mislead you…  With kids going ba
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The Truth Behind Immune Boosting Supplements: Vitamin C, Zinc, Elderberry
Our Master Herbalist knows there are many misconceptions surrounding popular immune-boosting supplements. Over the course of this blog series, she will explain: Why the idea that vitamin C “boosts” your immune system is incredibly misleading.  Why taking zinc preventatively or for long periods of time is potentially harmful. Why you
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Keeping your Kidneys Clean!
Your kidneys are responsible for keeping your blood clean. Your blood passes through your kidneys several times a day. During these intervals, your kidneys work to remove any impurities, excess fluid, and waste from your blood.  These deposits are then ejected from your body in the form of urine.  Keeping a clean bloodstream is so [&hel
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You Are Not Alone: Mental Health Awareness Month
Started in 1949, Mental Health Awareness Month is observed in the US for the entire month of May. Led by the organization Mental Health America, it attempts to raise public awareness for the struggles that deteriorating and neglected mental health can bring us, while highlighting that none of us are alone in this struggle. These […
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You Could Feel So Much Better
In our previous posts we informed you that we designed Crave Stop with two primary functions. Control sugar cravings. Counteract the negative effects of stress. We’ve spent plenty of time telling you about the first function - this blog post will start by showing you how we fulfill the second. After that, we’ll bring you […]
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Moving Forward
If last week was about taking stock, then it’s only right that this week is about refilling the inventory.  We’ve analyzed where we are, and are looking where we want to go. This is the time to plan out the route to get there. Following the structure of last week’s post, we will walk you […]
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Time to Take Stock
Closing out 2019 and the 2010-decade provides us with a great opportunity to engage in a healthy dose of self-reflection.  Being transparent with ourselves regarding our life situations can be very difficult. It is also entirely necessary to our wellbeing. You can’t advance yourself by simply looking at where you want to go - you [&hel
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Cordyceps Offers Energy and Health Benefits
Cordyceps is considered to be “immune-potentiating,” enhancing the function of the immune system and optimizing health.
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Chaga Delivers Immune Support Benefits
Chaga is a traditional mushroom that is gaining increased recognition for its contributions to health, including its support of healthy immune system function.
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Lion's Mane - a Mushroom that Supports Brain Cell Health
Lion’s Mane contains nootropic compounds that support brain cell health and cognition. A fruiting body extract is included in our unique Brain Awakening formula.
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Holy Basil – Queen of Herbs
Holy Basil’s time-honored reputation for contributing to health and well-being is being upheld by modern scientific studies and research. Revered in Ayurvedic traditions, holy basil (or tulsi) is considered to be an “elixir of life.” It is an essential element of daily rituals, morning and evening, and incorporated into spiritual
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Real Food = A Healthy Heart
Cardiovascular health starts with good nutrition. Food is a primary part of Eastern medicine, but not a part of Western medicine.  Real food- not Pop Tarts passed off as a serving of fruit and whole grains – I’m talking about an actual piece of fruit and an actual grain (hull and all).  If the food we eat is devoid of […
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Raising Awareness - The Goal of American Heart Health Month
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in both men and women. Six hundred thousand people die of heart disease in the United States every year. That equals 1 in 4 deaths. Why is this? The prevalence of smoking has decreased to an all-time low since 1944 – at 20% of adults. We’ve been […]
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Schisandra Chinensis
Goji berries, acai berries, sea buckthorn berries, yumberries, macqui berries, blueberries…all considered “superfruits” for their nutritional content and antioxidant potential. I’m sure you’ve heard of at least a few of those, but you likely have not heard of what could very well be considered the original super-berry: the adapt
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Panax Ginseng (Asian Ginseng)
Panax ginseng has a long, rich history of use in China, Korea and Japan that goes back thousands of years. It is a well-known adaptogen and a widely used restorative tonic in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Its scientific name “Panax” comes from the Latin word “panacea” because of its use for a huge variety of conditions. Panax 
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What are Adaptogens?
I think it goes without saying that we are huge fans of adaptogens here at Redd. (I think I’ve talked about them once or twice in past blogs.) Adaptogens are incredible plants and (sometimes fungi) and they deserve some spotlight of their own. So the next handful of blog posts will focus on this exceptional group of herbs. So what
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Healthy Weight Loss Part 3 - Emotional Eating
Ever drown your sorrows in nice big bowl of ice cream, or over a plate of chocolaty brownies? I have. I think a lot of us have. There’s nothing wrong with turning to a comforting indulgence every once in a while to cope with a bad day. And there’s a biological explanation for why it […]
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Healthy Weight Loss Part 2 - Energy & Stress
Energy levels and stress can be significant obstacles in any weight loss program. Unfortunately, we often find ourselves in a situation where we have little energy and way too much stress - which I'm betting is the opposite of where most of us want to be. With low energy levels and elevated stress, it's hard […]
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