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Progressive Kids Multi-Vitamin: Focus and Stamina!

Posted on January 17, 2011

Parents always want the best for their kids especially when it comes to nutrition and therefore we have diligent parents coming in all the time to Alive Health Centre, Morning Sun and Supplements Plus, requesting a solid Multi-Vitamin for their growing kids.  Obtaining the proper nutrients these days has become extremely difficult with fruits and vegetables not as rich vitamins/minerals as they used to be.  In addition, we are continuously being exposed to new chemicals and toxins which rob us ofRead More

Alive Brand Pure and Organic Royal Jelly

Posted on November 4, 2010

 Each capsule contains: Royal Jelly 1200mg Available sizes: 30 caps, 60 caps, 150 caps, and 300 caps Certified pure and organic, clinically tested, micro-organism free royal jelly. Contains NO:  yeast, wheat, dairy, or sodium     What is Royal jelly? Royal Jelly is a honey bee secretion that is used in the nutrition of larvae, as well as adult queens.  It is secreted from the glands in the hypo pharynx of worker bees, and fed to all larvae in theRead More

Renew Life: New Fish Oil called Norweigian Gold

Posted on December 18, 2009

Renew Life specializes in digestive health and when ever they introduce a new product to their line it is pure quality.  They are known first and foremost for their cleansing program, which starts with the First Cleanse (15days) for first timers all the way to a more advanced seven channel of elimation cleanse, which is called Cleansmart (30days).  They also have cleanses that work on specific parts of the body, for example the Liver Cleanse or the Lung Cleanse.   They haveRead More

Wobenzyme: The Ultimate Systemic Enzyme

Posted on December 5, 2009

   Most people know that there are digestive enzymes, which are primarily used for breaking down our food.  Wobenzyme uses systemic enzymes.   The purpose of systemic enzymes is they assist the body’s various regulatory and communication systems.   Enzymes are extremely valuable to us because they are involved in balancing our immune systems, as well as many metabolic processes.   Systemic enzymes make it possible for us to: breath, grow, produce energy, conduct nerve impulses, help us recover after exercise, and much more.  InRead More

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