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NuLab Natural Supplement Guarantee

We know you have choices when purchasing your natural supplements. At Dr. Newton’s Naturals, it’s important to us that you understand exactly what you’re getting when you choose us. Not only do we stand behind our products with our 100% satisfaction guarantee, but we also aim for transparency – right down to our manufacturing process…. Read more »

Healthy Hydration

importance of staying hydrated this summer for overall health

Summer is all about the beach, pool, picnics and enjoying the great outdoors. Naturally, this means spending more time in the sun and trying to beat the heat. When you’re packing your sunscreen, be sure to include a bottle of water. Here are five reasons you need to stay hydrated this summer: 1. Heart Health… Read more »

Memorial Day – A Time to Remember and Reflect

memorial day is a time to reflect and remember

Most of us think of Memorial Day as the unofficial start to summer.  It’s the kick-off to the BBQ, beach and pool season.  Often, it’s a much-needed day off from work to gather with family and friends and celebrate.  But most importantly, Memorial Day is a time to remember our fallen service men and women… Read more »

What’s So Special About Vitamin K2?

benefits of vitamin k2 and where to get it

Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin that is best known for its critical role in the blood clotting process. However, scientists have since uncovered compelling evidence that vitamin K is absolutely essential to building strong bones and preventing heart disease. It appears that the Japanese have long known the power of vitamin K2 to maintain… Read more »

Doctors Declare Magnesium Crucial for Bone Health

Magnesium just as important for bone health as calcium

In an article published earlier this year by The Huffington Post, Dr. Carolyn Dean, M.D., N.D., explained why a lack of magnesium, rather than a lack of calcium, is often the true culprit in age-related bone loss and other chronic health problems. Magnesium is one of the most important minerals for the human body. More… Read more »

May is National High Blood Pressure Education Month

may is national blood pressure awareness month

Reducing high blood pressure can lower your risk for stroke and heart attack. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), about 1 in 3 US adults—67 million people—have high blood pressure. High blood pressure makes your heart work too hard and increases your risk of heart disease and stroke. High blood pressure is known… Read more »

Five Super Simple Things Every Woman Should Be Doing for Her Health

5 easy tips for womens health

We get it. You’re busy. You’re running around caring for everyone but yourself. But that can backfire. It doesn’t have to be hard. Just take a few minutes and look at this list. These things are so simple and yet some of them can be lifesaving. 1. Move Your Body – When you’re over-worked, over-scheduled,… Read more »

59 Second Test Can Tell if You’re Sleep Deprived

sleep deprivation quiz

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), sleep deprivation is a public health epidemic. Approximately 50-70 million American adults have sleep or wakefulness disorder which can lead to a number of issues including lack of concentration, forgetfulness, increased risk of diabetes and heart disease and even early death. Many of us aren’t… Read more »

Poor Sleep Linked to Cognitive Decline

poor sleep linked to cognitive decline

A study of older men released last week, found a link between poor sleep quality and the development of cognitive decline over three to four years. A team of researchers found that high levels of fragmented sleep and lower sleep efficiency – but not sleep duration – in older men is associated with a 40-50… Read more »

How Much Sleep Do You Really Need?

the right amount of sleep is different for everybody

Sleep needs vary across ages and are easily impacted by your health and lifestyle. To determine how much sleep you need, it’s important to examine your sleep habits and how you’re feeling. A new paper published by the National Sleep Foundation suggests that although there is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to how much… Read more »