10 Healthy Whole Grain Lunches to Go

10 healthy whole grain lunches to make at home

September is Whole Grains Month and what better way to celebrate than by packing healthy, whole grain foods in your child’s lunch box? Popcorn – it’s a 100% whole grain snack you can easily make at home. Avoid the pre-packaged, flavored varieties. PBJ – it’s an old standby.  But make this one with whole wheat… Read more »

Why Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients Need Vitamin D

link between vitamin d deficiency and rheumatoid arthritis

Everyone needs the sunshine vitamin. It helps your bones grow properly and stay strong. Vitamin D also helps your body absorb calcium. But it may be even more important for people with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) to get enough vitamin D. Recent research has found that some RA medications can cause deficiencies in patients. A study… Read more »

Elevate Your Game – Improve Your Pain, Brain, and Veins

krill oil vs fish oil - benefits of krill oil

Introducing Team OmegaKrill   March Gladness continues at Dr. Newton’s Naturals. We’ve chosen four of our top selling products and over the next three weeks our employees will be putting them to the test. Next up on the road to victory: Team OmegaKrill AKA “The OmegaKrillers” Captain Larry S.- Operations Joe M. – Marketing Steve… Read more »

Mediterranean Diet Fights Inflammation

Anti Inflammatory Diets - Mediterranean Diet Fights Inflammation

  There is evidence that consuming a Mediterranean-style diet—rich in fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, olive oil, and fish lowers the level of pro-inflammatory chemicals in the body. The diet may also protect against depression by increasing levels of omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants used by the body to manufacture anti-inflammatory chemicals that increase blood flow… Read more »

World’s Worst Inflammatory Foods

Inflammatory foods to avoid if you're looking to reduce chronic inflammation

Chronic inflammation is the silent killer linked to osteoporosis, arthritis, obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and even cancer. If you want to combat the effects of chronic inflammation, these are the foods you should most definitely avoid: 1. Sugar – Sugar is EVERYWHERE from processed foods, desserts and snacks right down to condiments. Too much sugar… Read more »

Reducing Inflammation – It’s Not As Hard As You Think

Reduce chronic inflammation and the dangerous diseases associated with it

If you’ve ever had a sore throat, a rash or sprained ankle, you’ve experienced acute inflammation – your body’s natural and helpful immune response to tissue damage. This kind of inflammation is a good thing. However, chronic inflammation is your body’s worst enemy. Over time, it can wear out your immune system leaving you susceptible… Read more »

Inflammation Nation

What is chronic inflammation - causes symptoms and treatment

What is chronic inflammation and are you at risk? Do you know what heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, stroke and cancer have in common? Scientists have linked each of these to a condition known as chronic inflammation, and they are studying how high-fat foods and excess body weight may increase the risk for fatal disorders. Inflammation… Read more »

Arctic Air and Your Arthritis

Winter can be wonderful: beautiful snowfall, sipping hot chocolate and snuggling up by a cozy fire. But stiff and sore joints can be a definite downside to the cooler months; plenty of people suffering from arthritis and osteoarthritis find that cold weather makes their condition worse. Barometric Pressure One aspect of cool weather that could… Read more »

CalMax Customer Satisfaction

We know CalMax is an excellent source of pain-fighting relief.  But don’t take our word for it – these happy customer reviews speak for themselves! “I took a fall on my right elbow and tore a ligament in my shoulder.  I was in so much pain.  I took a teaspoon of CalMax in hot water… Read more »

Cold Weather Pain Fighting Tips

Much of the nation has been encased in a blast of arctic air causing freezing cold temperatures.  Even sunny Florida is feeling the chill.  As the temperature decreases, inflammation of your muscles and joints can increase causing pain and irritation.  There are several things you can do to combat the consequences of cold weather. Dress… Read more »