Supplement Quality

Scientists Discover How Cranberries Prevent Bladder Infections

by in Anti-Aging, Anti-Inflammatory, Bladder Infections, Fruits and Veggies, Kitchen Sink, Research, Supplement Quality December 5, 2010

By Rod Newbound, RN, Anti-Aging Expert Although it’s been known for several years that cranberries can prevent urinary tract infections, up until now, the exact mechanism has remained a mystery. But in a newly published study, scientists at Worcester Polytechnic Institute say they’ve discovered the secret. They found that virulent bacteria, like the kind that […]

Do Your Vitamins Need Food Coloring?

by in American Sickcare System, Kitchen Sink, Supplement Quality, Vitamins, Whole Foods Diet June 13, 2008

Since everyone is always asking me questions, I thought I would pose a question to you all for a change. The correct answer is of course…NO. Excipients are unnecessary chemicals that are added to your vitamin and mineral tablets or capsules. Now some excipients when making tablets are unavoidable, which is why I prefer products […]