- January 1st, 2015
Whenever I ask healthcare professionals about taking dietary supplements, the most common recommendation is an omega-3 supplement. According to the American Heart Association (AHA), those looking to protect their hearts should eat a variety of fatty fish (such as salmon, tuna, mackerel, sardines, or anchovies) at least twice per week.What to Know When Shopping for SupplementsBy Dick Benson
- February 1st, 2014
Fish oil has long been the king of omega-3s, but the field is changing. Omega-3s show up in a wide variety of foods and supplements originating from both plants and animals. They come in three varieties (each of which have their own merits), are an essential part of the membrane of each cell in the body, and help correct or prevent a long list of conditions.Why we need them and where to get themBy Adam Swenson
- October 5th, 2011
Every once in a while, issues surface that expose the differences and polarize factions within the natural and healthy lifestyle community. One of the more recent topics that falls into this category is krill.