December 08, 2014
As winter sets in and the temperatures dip, exposure to the elements starts to take a toll on your skin – especially if you live in some of the colder, drier areas of the country. Colder weather means less humidity, so the air dries your skin and suddenly your lips are cracking and your cheeks are chapped. Staying inside doesn’t help either because indoor heaters only add to the dryness.
So, how do you take care of your skin and keep that healthy glow all year round? Here are a few ways to help protect your natural exterior from the elements:
Keeping your skin in tip-top shape during the winter months is not impossible. Pay attention to the details, drink your water, and use good products like Natren’s probiotic face cream to help your skin from the outside and take Natren’s Healthy Trinity oral probiotic capsules to help your skin from the inside. Natren’s probiotic skin care products combine probiotic scientific research with nature’s gifts to help keep your skin fresh and young.
August 13, 2019
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We often get asked when is the best time to take probiotics – morning, evening, before or after food. Taking probiotics at any time is better than not taking them at all, of course, but taking probiotics at the right time can optimize the health benefits of this supplement. Staying on a regular routine can be difficult for some people, as hectic lifestyles can make it hard to do anything at the same time each day. Other people take so many medications that they simply add probiotics to the handful of pills they already take, with little regard as to.... [Read More...]
July 08, 2019
What is Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is a long-lasting or chronic disorder that causes muscle pain and an overall feeling of tiredness. People with this condition experience pain and tenderness throughout many parts of their body. It is often associated with other chronic conditions such as Chronic fatigue syndrome, endometriosis, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and more. Anyone can get this but it does occur more frequently in women and often starts in middle age.