Wellness Blog

How to Avoid Traveler’s Diarrhea  with Soil-Based Probiotics

Posted by Ian D. Ravensdale

October 6, 2017 at 10:55 AM

Yes Wellness Blog - How to Avoid Traveler’s Diarrhea  with Soil-Based Probiotics

Image credit: Tinkture dr SulcaBetween 12% to 50% of Canadian travellers who contract traveler’s diarrhea become incapacitated for part of their trip due to it, and another 5% to 10% of them are then at risk of developing post-infectious irritable bowel syndrome. 1  Traveler's Diarrhea, which is often referred to as "Montezuma's Revenge" after the Aztec ruler Moctezuma II, is one of the more common illnesses suffered by travelers visiting certain parts of the globe. It is usually caused by E COLI bacteria found in contaminated water and food, and is often due to improper food handling and storage, as well as poor sewage disposal.

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Topics: probiotic, Travel, recovery, diarrhea

Step to Your Heart’s Content; Vitamin C and Other Natural Remedies for Gout

Posted by Ian D. Ravensdale

September 22, 2017 at 10:55 AM

Yes Wellness Blog - Step to Your Heart’s Content; Vitamin C and Other Natural Remedies for Gout

Most people would say that pain can be ignored or overruled, especially if it’s necessary to persevere and complete whatever it is you need to do. Like the professional athlete who has one cortisone injection after another in his sprained ankle just so he can get out there and not let the team down. If you’ve ever had a high ankle sprain you’ll know that cortisone shots only numb the pain, and moderately at that. It still hurts like heck, but you’re able to wince and grimace through it and get on with what’s expected of you.

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Topics: Diet, Nutrition, Men's Health, Body, Joint Pain, recovery

The Mental Side to Sport Training Recovery

Posted by Ian D. Ravensdale

July 7, 2017 at 10:55 AM

Yes Wellness Blog - The Mental Side to Sport Training Recovery

Anyone who trains for peak performance in a sport or athletic pursuit of any sort will know that recovery is just important as the physical training itself and eating a diet that works for reaching your goals. Rest is commonly understood to be important for recovery. It’s true that letting the body be at rest and getting sufficient quality sleep is a key to growing, improving, and maximizing your output potential. However, there’s another ‘R’ in the equation - relaxation.

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Topics: Fitness, Women's Health, Build Mass, Men's Health, Body, rest, recovery, training

Vitality from Deep Inside: Stem Cell Activation Therapy at Home

Posted by Ian D. Ravensdale

May 30, 2017 at 10:58 AM

Yes Wellness Blog - Vitality from Deep Inside: Stem Cell Activation Therapy at Home Stem Cell Therapy is something of a buzz topic in health and wellness circles these days, and there’s some real substance to that as clinical research into stem therapy benefits has expanded dramatically over recent years. With that expansion has come the realization that individuals can gain some of the benefits of stem cell therapy – and most notably the increased activation of your existing stem cells within your organs and bone marrow – right at home.
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Topics: Body, Skincare, Joint Pain, recovery

Green Superfoods for Peak Athletic Performance

Posted by Ian D. Ravensdale

April 14, 2017 at 10:55 AM

Yes Wellness Blog - Green Superfoods for Peak Athletic Performance

It’s not only the professional athletes who train for peak performance. There are many amateur athletes and recreational sports enthusiasts who also go through the struggle of breaking through the ceiling of what they’re physically capable of when their body is pushed to the max. There’s of course a whole host of factors that play into making those gains, but nutritional supplementation is definitely a primary consideration among them.

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Topics: Vitamins and Minerals, Diet, Fitness, Build Mass, Cardiovascular Health, recovery

A Little Push: Supplementing for Bodybuilding Results

Posted by Ian D. Ravensdale

March 28, 2017 at 10:55 AM

Yes Wellness Blog - A Little Push: Supplementing for Bodybuilding Results Many people make a hobby out of keeping one of their possessions in tip-top shape. For example, the Saturday mechanic who enjoys restoring and maintaining classic muscle cars.
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Topics: recovery, supplementation, training

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