You eat healthy, you exercise, you get plenty of sleep and drink plenty of water. What else can you do to look good and feel great? Why not try a supplement that fights signs of aging, too? RegenerAge is a collagen-rich formula with Chondrotin Sulfate for joint health, Hyaluronic Acid and Antioxidants for tissue and skin health.
Because it’s our own brand, you get an excellent product at a price lower than the better known brands. Allergen-free, this formula contains no gluten, shellfish, soy, or tree nuts. On sale starting Feb 13 for a very limited time!
On Sale $17.99
90 capsules. Reg. $21.69. Limited Supply
You asked for it, so we got it!
Soy-free & Non-GMO Lecithin, Vitamin E, and Protein Powder! For a limited time starting Feb 13, 2014.
It has a light, pleasant flavor and can be used in cooking or smoothies. It is a rich source of choline and inositol, omega-6, and omega-3 fatty acids. Unlike Soy Lecithin, this product is derived from NON-GMO Sunflowers.
On Sale $9.99
8 oz granules. Reg. $12.75. Limited Supply!
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Already famous for their non-alcoholic ginger beer, Reed’s added Kombucha to their line of spicy, refreshing, ginger-rich beverages. Naturally fermented Oolong and Yerba Mate Teas are blended with cane sugar and fruit juice for a pro-biotic rich drink that supports good digestion while it satisfies your thirst, your sweet tooth, and your caffeine needs. Gluten-free and Non-GMO, too!
With four spirit-reviving flavors already in store, your Co-op has just added 2 new flavors to the line-up: Coconut Water Lime and Cabernet Grape! On sale now (through the end of January).
Perhaps you’ve heard about the benefits of chia and hemp seed? Striving to find that perfect high protein, high fiber way to start your day? Well, have we got a tasty treat for you! Try new Qi’a (pronounced kee-ah) from Nature’s Path Foods in Richmond, B.C.
This superfood cereal is made with organic chia, hemp and buckwheat for a powerful boost of plant-based protein, fiber and Omega-3 fatty acids. Available in three flavors: Cranberry Vanilla, Apple Raisin Cinnamon or a plain variety without any added sugar. Plus, it’s certified gluten free, vegan, and Non GMO Project Verified.
But don’t stop at enjoying Qi’a as a hot or cold breakfast cereal. Read more New Qi’a Superfood Cereal …
Paleo and Plant Based, these two kinds of diet have been gaining traction lately, thanks to movies like Forks Over Knives and books like Practical Paleo and Eat to Live.
What is the Paleo Diet?
It’s essentially all about eating the foods that have been available to humans for most of our evolutionary history: meats raised on their natural forage, seafood, eggs, fibrous vegetables and greens, nuts and seeds, healthy fats and some fruit — all things that would have been recognizable as food to our most primitive ancestors. It’s about “focusing your choices on
real, whole foods that are more nutritionally dense and less detrimental to your health,” -Cain Credicott.
ñ Locating sources of high-quality and sustainably raised meat, fish and vegetables takes legwork.
ñ Real food comes with a price tag: Grass-fed, wild and organic foods can be more expensive, though you can learn to become a savvy shopper.
ñ Paleo or vegetarian: pick one. It’s nearly impossible to be both.
ñ Time commitment: You have to be willing to cook — and plan ahead. It’s hard to grab something on the go or pop open a can when you’re avoiding grains and beans, and restaurant dining can be restrictive.
Read more Paleo and Plant Based recipes …