How to Get Back on Track after the Holidays

The Holiday season is a joyous time for friends and family to come together and celebrate some of the most important things in life; health, happiness, togetherness, family and love. There is one thing that goes along with this time of year that might not be so good for us, holiday food, and lots of Read More

Lack of Sleep Can Cause Serious Health Conditions

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health has identified that many U.S workers, approximately 41 million, are not getting the recommended amount of sleep. The National Sleep Foundation recommends that adults sleep seven to nine hours a night. Dr. Sara Luckhaupt, lead author of a new study, reported that night shift workers and those Read More

It’s More Than Just Sugar

March is National Nutrition Month and Diabetes is in the News Maybe you have heard some of the recent controversy over Type 2 Diabetes.  But if you have not, we’re here to educate you on prevention and offer support. Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases in the world; the World Health Organization Read More

Healthy Curb is a Proven Weight Loss Method

60-Day Trial on Healthy Curb with NT Factor Proves Weight Loss is Possible Being overweight can also contribute to fatigue from the added stress and requirements of the body. Exercise and a healthy diet are usually the first recommendations for someone trying to lose weight, but it is not always the right course of action. Read More