Fruitful Way reveals fertility supplement formula

Apr 24
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Fruitful Way reveals fertility supplement formula
TEL AVIV, Israel, April 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Which nutritional supplement ingredients can help couples get pregnant? This question was one of a series of insights that the Fruitful Way scientific team sought to discover in their quest to develop a …
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The Dietary Supplement Research Dilemma
I do not care what the truth is, one way or another; I just want to know it. And when it comes to dietary supplements, the truth can be hard to find for a number of reasons. When a recent headline stated that multivitamins are a waste of money,1 it …
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Is There Such a Thing as an Immune System Supplement, And How can It Be Of Benefit To Your Fitness Goals?

Apr 16
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Is There Such a Thing as an Immune System Supplement, And How can It Be Of Benefit To Your Fitness Goals?

Many people wonder about the existence of an immune system supplement. Is there really such a supplement? Well, if you go to your health food store and start searching for an immune system supplement, you may be hard pressed to find one. Instead, you need to look towards research, and discover which products or substances have been proven to boost the immune system, which, in effect, could be considered as an immune system supplement.

A great deal of research has been conducted on the various supplements that are used in bodybuilding. Some of that research has yet to be conclusive, while other portions of that research have already given us conclusive proof regarding different factors of how supplements affect the human body, and bodybuilding in particular.

You would be amazed at the number of people who don’t realize that the immune system plays a vital role in the process of bodybuilding. While light exercise actually strengthens the immune system, the harsh exercise that bodybuilders do can actually weaken it. Bodybuilders put a great deal of stress on their bodies, and in response, this stress weakens the immune system. So, naturally, as a bodybuilder, it is important to consider an immune system supplement to prevent this from happening.

In this research we have also learned that whey is important to bodybuilding, for numerous reasons. One of those reasons is that whey protein isolate has been proven to have a positive effect on the immune system. In fact, when choosing between a whey protein isolate and a soy protein isolate, they whey often wins because of its increased positive effect on the immune system.

This research was conducted on two groups, consisting of 30 people, with 15 in each group. One group was given 30 grams of whey protein isolate twice each day, and the other was given 30 grams of soy protein isolate twice a day. The test continued for twelve weeks.

What was learned in this study is that the group that was given the whey protein supplement had increased levels of glutathione stores. This is an indication that the immune system is strong, or stronger. On the other hand the group who had the soy protein isolate had lower levels of glutathione stores, indicating that their immune systems were actually weakened, or weaker. The study also concluded that the soy protein isolate group had a decrease in the T4 thyroid hormone. At the same time, however, the amount of body fat, cholesterol, and triglycerides remained about the same between the two groups.

What this tells us is that in some areas of our health and body function, there is no difference between using whey protein isolate and soy protein isolate, but when it comes to the immune system, and immune system supplements, whey protein isolate is definitely the way to go. So, instead of looking for an immune system supplement in your health food store, look for a good whey protein isolate.

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Latest Marine Phytoplankton Supplements News

Apr 12
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Skipjack Tuna Will Not be Drastically Impacted by Climate Change
The high-resolution projections differ from lower-resolution results that forecast climate change would cause reduced phytoplankton and dwindling tuna. Instead, the new model predicts fluctuations in phytoplankton distribution and concentration will …
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Marine Phytoplankton is Next Revolutionary Superfood for Disease Prevention
And unlike most of the other microalgae products on the market that are freeze dried into powders, tablets or capsules, the Marine Phytoplankton product I'm reviewing here is raw, unprocessed, in liquid form and full of life! … in this article are my …
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Climate Change is Killing the Puffins We Fought So Hard to Save
Temperatures in the Gulf of Maine, which has been warming faster than almost any other marine environment on Earth, shot far higher than anyone had ever recorded, and the place's personality changed. The spring bloom of phytoplankton occurred …
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Red Tide Sighted in Hong Kong
HONG KONG – A red tide has been sighted in Hong Kong waters over the past week, an inter-departmental red tide working group reported. The red tide, which was spotted by the staff of the Environmental Protection Department in the waters of East Lamma …
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Clearwater Marine Aquarium to release four rehabilitated sea turtles on Thursday

Apr 8
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Clearwater Marine Aquarium to release four rehabilitated sea turtles on Thursday
The turtle to be released on the East Coast, California, a green sea turtle, arrived at Clearwater Marine Aquarium on December 1, 2014. She had contracted the fibropapilloma virus, which caused tumors to grow around her front and rear flippers and tail …
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Thermo-tolerant Red Sea corals at edge of coping capacity
Red sea coral reefs may be more tolerant to heat than other coral reefs around the world, but climate change may be straining their tolerance to its limit. … “Maybe the new algae species we discovered in the south is particularly thermo-tolerant …
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ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation Projects Continued Growth based on Industry Trends

Apr 4
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Pleasant Grove, Utah (PRWEB) February 05, 2015

ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation (OTCBB: FVRG), a leading direct marketing company and provider of health-centered products, today announced ForeverGreen is poised to capitalize on nutrition industry trends through the development of its product line and the introduction of the Farmer’s Market, which will contribute to the company’s anticipated large-scale growth in 2015.

In a 2013 study, the growth of natural product sales, including food, beverage, personal care and household items, continues to overtake the more processed categories of nutrition. According to NBJ research, sales of natural and organic products will become 50 percent of the projected $ 260 billion industry by 2021.

Additionally, the same research indicates the industry will continue to see strong growth across major product categories like supplements, functional food, natural and organic food and natural living. Natural and organic foods are forecast to see the strongest performance in coming years.

As these trends develop, the popularity of ForeverGreen’s array of natural products will continue to grow. Products like Azul, a powdered blend of 24 raw whole foods and Alpha3 CMP™ marine phytoplankton, and FrequenSea, a health beverage made from Alpha3 CMP™ marine phytoplankton and completely free of chemicals, MSG, gluten, GMO, added sugars and artificial flavors, will drive consumers to the company’s Farmer’s Market, an online catalog coming soon. The Farmer’s Market will allow the mainstream market to purchase ForeverGreen’s products, and the company anticipates a rise in the sales of these products as a result.

“Whole-food” supplements have also begun to effectively define the future of the supplement category as well. This type of supplement, similar to ForeverGreen’s SolarStrips, is expected to continue growing in popularity as consumers call for supplements with natural, unadulterated ingredients.

Furthermore, in the global food industry, ForeverGreen products answer several up-and-coming consumer demands. Especially in the U.S., more and more consumers are looking for “anti-aging” products and other items that help consumers age gracefully and in good health. Additionally, products that have “scientifically proven” results are becoming increasingly important. FGXpress products – PowerStrips, SolarStrips and BeautyStrips – as well as ForeverGreen’s newest supplement, Retromé, meet these growing demands not only within the nutrition industry, but also in the beauty and health markets.

Considering ForeverGreen’s strong alignment with industry trends as well as consumer demands, the company anticipates substantial growth in 2015, with year-end revenues of approximately $ 100 million.

For more information on any of ForeverGreen’s products, visit http://www.fgxpress.com.

ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation develops, manufactures and distributes an expansive line of all natural whole foods and products to North America, Australia, Europe, Asia and South America, including their new global offerings, PowerStrips, SolarStrips and BeautyStrips. They also offer Azul and FrequenSea(TM), whole-food beverages with industry exclusive marine phytoplankton, the Versativa line of hemp-based whole-food products, immune support and weight management products, Pulse-8 powdered L-arginine formula, TRUessence(TM) Essential Oils and Apothecary, 24Karat Chocolate(R) and an entire catalog of meals, snacks, household cleaners and personal care products.

Forward-Looking Statement

This press release contains certain forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned that certain statements in this release are “forward-looking statement” and involve both known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors. Such uncertainties include, among others, certain risks associated with the operation of the company described above. The company’s actual results could differ materially from expected results.







Latest Marine Phytoplankton News

Mar 31
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The science of Lake Tahoe's water
This piece of equipment, the Seabird CTD, also has a sensor that uses light attenuation to measure to what depths phytoplankton can continue to photosynthesize. This data helps scientists to better understand change over time and through the seasons …
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Kvichak books order for 60 ft research catamaran
MARCH 24, 2015 – Kvichak Marine Industries, Inc., Seattle,WA, was recently awarded a contract for construction of a 60 ft aluminum catamaran research vessel for the California Department of Water Resources. The vessel was designed by Incat Crowther …
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Latest Sea Algae News

Mar 27
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Health Care for Sea Turtles Just Got a Shot in the Flipper
When a turtle gets into a harmful algae bloom like red tide toxin, the lipids portion can bind up the toxins.” This will give the turtle a means to remove the toxins that would otherwise remain in the body. Manire has also worked closely with …
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Reliving a Classic National Geographic Article 60 Years Later
As I prepared to dive in the very same waters as Luis at Assumption Island on our current Pristine Seas expedition to document the diverse and abundant marine life in these nearly untouched waters, I hoped for similar experiences. Would these …
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Latest Marine Phytoplankton News

Mar 23
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Royal Dutch Shell Wants to Look for Oil in the Most Dangerous Drilling
Unless you're an Iñupiaq, a marine biologist, or an Arctic enthusiast like me, it's a pretty good guess that you can't tell me what those seas are or what those whales are either. … but also hundreds of thousands of walruses and seals, millions of …
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Charles W. Morgan provides scientific odyssey
"In some ways I thought we were the intellectual riffraff, and I tried not to get in the way of the able-bodied crew," Michael Whitney, assistant professor of marine sciences at the University of Connecticut's Avery Point campus, said in a talk Tuesday …
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Latest Marine Phytoplankton News

Mar 19
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Lallemand launches aquaculture solutions at VIV Asia
A pond is a complex and specific ecosystem where fish or shrimp, phytoplankton, zooplankton, invertebrates, bacteria, and more are involved in waste treatment or production, nutrient delivery or consumption, chemical and physical parameter modification …
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New research reveals low-oxygen impacts on West Coast groundfish
But the new findings show that the spread of lower oxygen conditions, which have been documented closer to shore and off Washington and California, could redistribute fish in ways that affect fishing fleets as well as the marine food chain. The lower …
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New test proposed to determine origin of biodiesel feedstock
Terrestrial vegetation and marine phytoplankton, in the process of photosynthetic absorption of CO2, preferably incorporate C12 instead of C13. But a specific amount of C13 is also incorporated based on photosynthetic carbon fixation mechanism of …
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Barbie Turns 55 This Year

Mar 16
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Barbie Turns 55 This Year
Barbie turned 55 on March 9 of this year after being presented to the world on March 9th, 1959. In 1956, Ruth and Elliot Handler, owners of the Mattel Toy Company, were on vacation in Germany. While there, Ruth noticed a doll many girls played with …
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