Metabolism has recently become a very important topic. As our food sources and activity levels have changed over time, so too have the success of our metabolic functions. It is now estimated that one in three adults live with metabolic syndrome – a combination of risk factors including high blood sugar and imbalanced cholesterol levels.
We knew we had to create a supplement to support healthy metabolism and energy balance for our customers.* We didn’t want a typical weight management formula, but instead a multivitamin and mineral supplement that offers more—real support for healthy metabolic functions. Metabolic Multi was born.*
A vegetarian, gluten free tablet featuring 38 nutrients, Metabolic Multi supports a wide range of metabolic health factors, including those that can contribute to Metabolic Syndrome.*
One of its most distinct characteristics is the inclusion of Phytosome complexes.
Cognitive function and brain health are on our minds this Autism Awareness Month. And we’re always proud to share that DaVinci’s pioneer product, DMG, has proven to be an important part of the supplement regimens of many families whose lives Autism has touched.
DMG is actually a precursor to many of the amino acids and neurotransmitters that aid in brain and nerve function.* It helps the body adapt to various forms of stress and supports immune system wellness.* Based on 20 years of extensive research into its benefits and safety, DaVinci has been awarded three U.S. patents on DMG.
Perhaps more important than this, though, are anecdotal reports of DMG’s benefits. It has been reported to modify and improve behavior, eye contact, social interaction, verbal skills and alertness.* It may also reduce lethargy, acting as an energy supportive nutrient.*
We saw what DMG meant and decided to offer another formula that provided more ingredients to work together to support balanced behavior patterns Behavior Balance-DMG* was born.
Age. It’s a fact of life. And the little health concerns that come along with it are all part of the ride.
But there are ways to support your body’s health as you age, and one of those ways is through talking to your health care practitioner about adding Resvera-DMG(™) to your supplement regimen.*
Moving from winter to spring, we’re always looking for simple supplement solutions. We’re thinking strategically: how do we get the most out of one formula? Which ones are good to take on the go? How do we get everything done and still have time to stay on top of our health?
So this week, we decided to take a closer look at our favorite comprehensive supplement choices. These choices are all-in-ones, but they’re still specific to individual regimens, meaning you could choose more than one if it fit in for you. Of course, we always encourage talking to your doctor or nutritionist before starting any new regimen.
At DaVinci, we are believers that our customers have choices. When a company doesn’t tell the truth about what’s inside their supplements, those choices become less and less informed.
Perhaps more bothersome is that they become choices based on deceit, rather than honesty. Because we believe in choice, we believe in a simple concept called “truth in labeling.”
What exactly does that mean? It means that we list everything (and we mean everything) in our supplements right on their labels.
We don’t hide anything. We don’t leave out warnings or believe that not including one ingredient or naming the wrong ingredient is beneficial to our customers — so we don’t do those things, either.
When you are choosing supplements, look for a company that truly stands behind its commitment to sharing the facts on each label, for each product. When you consider the recent news about several large corporations not meeting their label claims on herbal supplements, you see that a commitment to truth is a number one requirement of any company you choose.
What are your thoughts on today’s news about herbal supplement labeling? Share in a comment!
No matter how often the conversation happens, you can’t talk about prostate health too many times. It’s one of the fastest growing health concerns of men today, and with good reason: Prostate enlargement, known as Benign Prostate Hypertrophy or BPH, affects most men over 60 years of age.
Heart Health Month is nearly here, and there are constant reminders for us everywhere in the shape of unhealthy treats in red boxes. The good news is there are supplements to support your heart health that go beyond and above the normal supplement beat. Case in point: A•D•K.
The supportive benefits of this synergistically formulated supplement are hard to overstate. One of its foremost actions involves bone health support through the vitamins’ relationships to each other and to calcium utilization.
But today we’re talking about heart health. How does A•D•K have anything to do with that?
By Toria Cornett, ATC, CSCS
Recent research from the American Medical Association found that over half our population is currently taking a multivitamin. Multivitamins are over a $4 billion per year industry!
But the success of the industry doesn’t mean that there isn’t still a debate over multis. Is it necessary for you to take one? Is it a waste? What is the best multivitamin for you? These questions constantly wander through the conversations of nutritionists, naturopaths, chiropractors, and even those not involved in the industry.
A lot of folks agree that those people who are prone to have a deficiency should consider taking a multivitamin. But the general consensus is that you can obtain all the necessary vitamins and nutrients from eating a balanced diet. Ninety percent of Americans think they are eating a ‘healthy diet,’ but 68% of Americans are overweight!
How many of us are actually eating a well-balanced, nutrient-dense diet? There is little debate that the elderly, pregnant women, vegetarians and individuals with certain health conditions should take a multivitamin. But if you don’t fall into one of these categories, what’s the necessity?
If you’ve ever had a compressed or pinched nerve, or dealt with any nerve pain at all, like a funny bone hit, you know just how tough it can be to put on a smile and face the day. But heavy medication isn’t always the only option for dealing with nerve pain.
Within these 16 natural approaches, you may find just the right one for your body. Most involve addressing the inflammation that may be causing the pain.
1. Drink water
H20 is a must for addressing the underlying causes of inflammation. Hydration keeps you healthy, period.
Whether you drink a ginger tonic of sorts, bathe in it or eat it, ginger is an excellent anti-inflammatory found in nature.
Every time I mention olive leaf extract to my friends, I get a weird look.
“Like…olives?” they inevitably ask.
Not quite, but close. Olive leaf extract.
Then I have to explain why I brought it up in the first place. Here’s why: I fully believe in it for detoxification and immune system support.* Whenever someone mentions getting sick or needed to recharge, that’s where my head goes.
And I fully believe in it for quite a few reasons.