- Messy desk, car or house. Studies show your brain tires when forced to organized things that are disorganized, this steals energy. Your brain uses up more energy than any other organ i the human body. Oh yes. Stay organize for better energy. The key: Keep things simple. Organization is difficult for people who are never happy with what they have and always want more. Stay focused on your goals, your real needs, and your life's mission.
- Lack of healthy minerals and vitamins. Natural Biology has seen through the past 14 years two consistent things happen when people get enough vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes, and probiotics. They have more energy and feel their best - and they tend to get sick less often than those who do not supplement with a comprehensive and complete supplement protocol. Try VITA-TRATES, Okinawa Coral Calcium, and Arctic Ocean Krill Oil - and notice the difference.
- Walking 45-60 minutes daily increases energy.
- Drinking half your body weight in ounces of water daily increases energy. Example: If you weight 160 pounds, divide this by 2, which equals 80. Drink 80 ounces of water daily.
- Over-exercise stresses the body just as no exercise can. Balance is the key.
- People in your inner circle either inspire and compliment you - or they steal your energy. Constantly evaluate and make the changes needed.
- Guzzling energy drinks like Red Bull steal your energy. They may boost your immediate energy but this is followed by a crash. 2-3 cups of coffee per day are adequate for a caffeine boost but more has a negative benefit.
Thursday, March 31, 2016
Posted by Natural Biology Staff at 4:03 PM
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
As seen on CNN, FOX NEWS & 60 Minutes!
How to Activate Youth Genes
Inside our genes are blueprints of common characteristics and tendencies passed from generations. Genetics does play a role in how we age, but 70% of our aging process is determined by our lifestyle choices. New research shows certain nutrients can activate our genes in ways that benefit our health. If we eat right, exercise, live a healthy life-style and take pure and balanced supplements which include the right type of resveratrol, we can bring out the best of our genes to keep us younger.
Most of us want to eat more, not less, yet the only proven way to extend lifespan is by calorie restriction. Eating less triggers a normally dormant survival gene called SIRTUIN that has been proven to stall aging and its maladies. Convinced that some natural compound might activate the same gene, scientists tested tens of thousands of compounds and were shocked when they found a hit: an ingredient in red wine - Resveratrol MAY PLAY A ROLE IN ACTIVATING THE LONGEVITY GENE!
Signs of Aging Reversed
Scientists always suspected red wine had health benefits but now they knew why. Animal tests confirmed Resveratrol delays and even reverses signs of aging. The miracle molecule helps mice live longer. It increases their endurance, limits weight gain, protects the heart, joints, skin and neurons of the brain. It also increases production of energy. When mice, who ate an unhealthy high fat diet, were given Resveratrol, they gained less weight, ran like athletes on the treadmill, developed muscles, appeared younger, and lived 20% longer!
Not all Resveratrol is the same
Many supplement companies are getting Resveratrol from an inexpensive Asian herbal source, Japanese Knotweed (Polygonum Cuspidatum). The FDA has issued a statement concerned about the safety of long term use of this herb. Nature's Trade Group which includes Natural Biology always chooses the best source of ingredients, so you benefit from the purest source of Resveratrol in the world - Vintage Resveratrol 100% from French Red Wine Grape Extract. It is responsible for the natural deep color and delicious flavors of French Red Wine from the Rohone Valley. With Vintage Resveratrol and the EVEREST Protocol you can feel confident that you are getting the finest Resveratrol to help you live healthier longer!
Posted by Natural Biology Staff at 9:09 AM
Monday, March 14, 2016
Few herbs have the versatility for human use as does the common chili pepper, or Capsicum frutescens. The capsicum plant is a small, spreading shrub that originated in tropical America but is now widely cultivated throughout the world, including in the United States. The small red fruit owes its stinging pungency to a chemical called capsaicin, which comprises about 12 percent of the pepper and was isolated by chemists more than a century ago.
If the word capsaicin looks familiar, it’s likely because you’ve seen it advertised as an ingredient in many drugstore ointments used to relieve arthritis and muscle pains. Registered patent names such as Capsaizin P and Zostrix contain the chili pepper ingredient.
The Indians of the American tropics cultivated the chili pepper for centuries for both its culinary and medicinal uses.
The plant makes its first appearance in Western literature in 1494, when it captured the imagination and pen of a physician named Diego Alvarez Chanca, who accompanied Columbus on his second voyage to the West Indies. Today many world pharmacopoeias (official drug lists) include cayenne or capsicum, and the American Physicians Desk
Posted by Natural Biology Staff at 10:38 PM
Sunday, March 13, 2016
4 PART FORMULA ORGANIC SUPERFOODS DARK BERRY ANTIOXIDANTS RED WINE RESVERATROL 100% NATURAL OMEGA 3,6,9
Posted by Natural Biology Staff at 10:01 PM