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Leaving a Solid Legacy


"Very rarely in one’s life does the opportunity arise to participate in something, which might leave a positive legacy for generations to come. Seek out that opportunity and when you find it, embrace it and pursue it to the end. For the lucky few, this is why we’re here." Michael Reid

LOOKING FOR A COMPETITIVE EDGE? PROBIOTICS LINKED TO EXERCISE PERFORMANCE


Over the years, we have learned what we do or what we are exposed to also influences our gut microbiota. Gut microbiota can influence a number of health factors: genetics, stress, exercise, nutrition, age and more. As ongoing research gains interest and momentum, there are many reasons to consume probiotic and prebiotic supplements.

DID YOU KNOW? May is Mental Health Awareness Month


Since 1949, Mental Health America has recognized the month of May as Mental Health Month. The idea behind the organization is to spread the word that mental health is a disorder that everyone should care about, whether they are affected by it personally or know someone who is.

STRENGTH TRAINING YOUR BRAIN IMPROVES MEMORY


Did you know we have the opportunity to regenerate our brain cells as we age? Nerves, brain cells, and networking patterns storing and retrieving information occurs substantially after birth, continuing through the juvenile and adolescent years, and into young adulthood. By the time we reach mature adulthood it was assumed the level of new nerve production began a progressive decline.However, technical advances over the past several decades have proven otherwise. Now, there is almost universal acceptance in the scientific community some nerve cells can continually generate into adulthood and be added to established nerve networks.1