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There are three main forms of folate: food folate, folic acid, and methylated folate. Learn more about folate and its benefits.

What is Folate: How Can You Get Enough?

There are a few different forms of folate, and it’s important to know the differences so you can make the best decision for yourself when it comes to your nutrition and overall health. 

What is folate?

Folate (also known as …

Following the Mediterranean diet means including plenty of whole grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, herbs and spices, nuts, olive oil, fish, and seafood.

Health Benefits of the Mediterranean Diet

If you hear “Mediterranean diet” and immediately think of hummus, you’re on the right track. But there’s so much more to this way of eating. Let’s dig in! 

What is the Mediterranean Diet?

With more than half a century of …

Learn more about cranberry and how it may help defend against UTIs.

Cranberry and UTI Prevention 

About 60% of women and 12% of men experience a urinary tract infection (UTI) in their lifetime. And if you’ve had one, you may be more likely to get another one in the future. But it’s not inevitable – …

Healthy diet and lifestyle habits go a long way in managing gout symptoms.

Guide to Gout: Avoiding Flare-Ups

If you’ve experienced a gout flare-up, you’re not alone. In fact, gout affects over 9 million people in the United States. It’s a common, painful condition, but there are plenty of ways you can manage gout and avoid flare-ups.…

PEA is a naturally occurring fatty acid derivative made in your body, both animals and humans make PEA as part of a healthy immune response.

The Incredible Benefits of PEA (Palmitoylethanolamide): What You Need to Know

Not to be confused with the tiny green pea that many enjoy at dinner time, this PEA is short for palmitoylethanolamide. PEA is a naturally occurring fatty acid derivative made in your body, found in small amounts in certain foods, …

Just like packaged foods require a Nutrition Facts label, all dietary supplements must display a Supplement Facts panel.

How to Read a Supplement Facts Panel

Dietary supplement use has skyrocketed in recent years, and data from the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) revealed that 80% of Americans currently take dietary supplements. That’s four out of every five people! While dietary supplements still can’t replace a …