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Nordic Naturals

November 1st 2012 (video)


We have a lot of great articles and recipes coming up in November. 


Oct, 29
2012

dkaufmann2 My heart goes out to the innocent people who have died, and to their families who are still shaken by the tragic events that led to their untimely deaths. Last month, many had parents with backaches. Now, following their last good-byes, family members are numb with pain and have so many questions that deserve answers.

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Oct, 25
2012

Food and Stress

msmith No one in the world is immune from stress. It is simply a ubiquitous environmental element of the world that we live in. No amount of insulation can keep you from going through it. Some people handle it better than others, but that doesn't mean they don't experience it. From driving on a crowded freeway to experiencing the death of a loved one, stress is an inevitable part of being human.

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Oct, 25
2012

Peel Back Stress Layer by Layer

 martie Olivia, at 42, was extremely stressed and felt that she was aging too fast. She was jumpy, moody, and tired. It was bad that she was taking blood pressure medicine, but what frustrated her more was a skin rash and an expanding waistline. Are we stressed because we are sick? Or does stress make us sick? Or does it go both ways? Following Olivia’s journey to health sheds light on that puzzle. 

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Oct, 25
2012

kdrew

Be on the lookout for a few stress-related articles in the Blog section of the Know the Cause website this month. We’ll talk about comfort foods, Phase One, sugar, and all things stress this month, but I’ll kick it off with this article about supplements to help support the body’s ability to handle stress.

 

First, understand that stress isn’t merely a nuisance. And one’s inability to handle stress isn’t a sign of weakness. Dealing with stress effectively can save your life.

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Oct, 25
2012

Women and Holiday Stress

jenni I love the holiday time that is quickly approaching! However, as the mother of 3, I also take a deep breath and know that it’s going to be a little crazy! Holidays can be such a stressful time for women. We take on so much and leave little time for ourselves to even take a breath. 

 

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Oct, 25
2012

Let Your Food Be Medicine

ddunham Much has been written here and elsewhere about the benefits of foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids. In addition to lowering cholesterol and improving cardiovascular health, studies have shown that supplementing with as little as a gram a day of fish oil can reduce symptoms of depression by as much as 50%. This is especially good news at this time of year when many people experience mild cases of depression, perhaps due to shorter days/less time in sunlight, the stress of the holidays, lack of exercise due to weather or a combination of circumstances. Don’t let diminished stores of omega-3 fatty acids add to the problem!

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