Monday, November 30, 2015

Let’s Get Ready to Rumble: Comparing Nutritional Supplements to Enada Co-E1

There are a lot of supplements on the market today. When it comes to comparing which ones are the best, it’s not easy to do. Check out this comparison of a few supplements and Enada Co-E1 for treating memory loss, improving athletic performance and reducing symptoms of jet lag.
Supplements That Help Increase Memory: Gingko Bilbao vs Enada Co-E1
Gingko Bilbao
Gingko is a Chinese herbal medicine which comes from the dried leaves of the maidenhair tree. It is made up of flavonoids and terpenoids, which are chemical compounds. Many people believe this supplement will sharpen their concentration and memory. Earlier studies had shown there was a correlation between taking Gingko and improving cognition, but recently those studies have been debunked and now it’s widely believed that Gingko doesn’t help improve memory and concentration.
Enada Co-E1
Enada Co-E1 increases the energy production inside the cells of your body. With increased energy, your cells can relay information to each other quickly. Several studies have shown that the production of adrenaline and dopamine, which are neurotransmitters, are increased within the cells. These neurotransmitters are responsible for cognitive performance, improving memory and cognition.
Supplements That Enhance Athletic Performance: Carnitine vs Enada Co-E1
Carnitine is an antioxidant found in meat and other types of food. People who are healthy don’t have to consume carnitine because their body naturally produces it. Carnitine helps produce energy in the cell’s mitochondria, and in our muscles. Since carnitine is used for energy production within the muscles, it was theorized that it could help improve muscle function, reduce fatigue and boost performance. After 20 years of testing, it has shown that it has no effect on athletic performance.
Enada Co-E1
Enada Co-E1 is the bio-available, antioxidant form of Vitamin B-3. Known as the biological rocket fuel, Enada Co-E1 is essential to the production of cellular energy. It is also involved in basic metabolism processes (which include the breakdown of glucose and fats), and supplies energy to the brain, nerves, muscles, heart and all other organs, helping them to function. For this reason, Enada Co-E1 boosts stamina and endurance, while providing mental clarity and focus. It also helps alleviate drowsiness and increases energy. Enada Co-E1 has been back by studies and been proven to help boost athletic performance.

“The Cure” for Jet Lag: Melatonin vs. Enada Co-E1
Jet Lag
Melatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland in your brain. It is also found some edible plants. Melatonin affects circadian rhythms and promotes drowsiness. Some studies have found that melatonin is effective for preventing or reducing the symptoms of jet lag. This supplement should only be used for a short time period as it has adverse effects from long term use. Also, melatonin will cause you to be drowsy during the day, therefore counteracting the beneficial effects it has for jet lag.
Enada Co-E1
Enada Co-E1 increases the cellular production of ATP and facilitates dopamine synthesis, which means it may counteract the effects of jet lag on brain performance, mood, and sleepiness while boosting the immune system. Enada Co-E1 maintains homeostasis and aids in returning you to your built-in circadian rhythms. Research reveals that individuals who received Enada Co-E1 after an overnight flight across time zones performed significantly better on five of eight cognitive and psychomotor tests and experienced less sleepiness than those on the same flight who did not receive Enada Co-E1.
When researching supplements, it is important to remember that even if one claims to do what it says, it may not work in the end. Enada Co-E1 has a trusted brand for over 20 years, with numerous studies proving its effectiveness.
Order your Co-E1 supplements today.

Monday, November 23, 2015

Healthy Thanksgiving Recipes

Thanksgiving is known for great food and time with family and friends. When it comes to food we never think of healthy food. I’ve compiled a whole thanksgiving meal that leans towards the healthier side.
Creamy Cauliflower Mashed Potatoes- Cut the carbs by replacing potatoes for Cauliflower
1 large head of cauliflower
3/4 cup Non-Fat Greek Yogurt
1 tsp. garlic powder
1/2 tsp. ground black pepper
  1. Rinse the cauliflower and cut and separate into florets.
  2. Steam cauliflower for 10 minutes or until soft.
  3. Remove cauliflower from steamer and place in a large mixing bowl or stand mixer.
  4. Add remaining ingredients to bowl.
  5. Stir with an electric mixer or hand masher, breaking up cauliflower florets into pieces until mixed and desired consistency is achieved.
Cranberry Sauce
12 oz. bag of fresh cranberries
1/2 cup honey
1 cinnamon stick
zest of one large orange
1 cup distilled water
  1. Put everything in a pot, and cook over medium high heat for about 30-45mins
  2. When most of the liquid is cooked out, turn your stove down to a simmer.
  3. The longer you let this simmer, the thicker the sauce will get. Don’t let all the liquid cook out or it will burn. Stir more frequently near the end.
  4. Allow to cool before serving.
Sweet Potato Stuffing
10 pieces Sprouted Grain Bread, cubed & toasted
1 large Sweet Potato – cut into 1/4 inch rounds
1 tbsp. Olive Oil
a few pinches of dried Thyme
a few pinches of cracked Black Pepper
a few pinches of Garlic Salt
a few pinches of Smoked Paprika
1 cup Celery, chopped
1 cup Leeks, chopped
a few cloves Garlic, chopped
1/4 cup fresh Italian Parsley, chopped
1 large Apple diced (about 1 cup)
2 large Eggs, whisked
2 1/2 cup Vegetable Broth
Toasting the Bread
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F
  2. Cut bread into 1 inch cubes.
  3. Lay bread in a single layer on a sheet pan.
  4. Sprinkle olive oil over the bread cubes.
  5. Toast bread for about 8-10 minutes until lightly browned, tossing once to evenly cook.
  6. Set aside to cool.
Roasted Sweet Potatoes
  1. While you are toasting your bread you can roast the sweet potatoes too.
  2. Toss sweet potatoes with a splash of olive oil, some thyme, garlic salt, pepper & smoked paprika.
  3. Place cut sweet potatoes in a single layer on the sheet pan.
  4. Roast potatoes for about 20-25 minutes until lightly browned & softened.
  5. Set aside to cool.
  1. Reduce oven heat to 350 degrees F. Spray or butter a 9 X 13 oven safe casserole dish.
  2. In a medium sauté pan over medium heat with the olive oil.
  3. Add leeks, celery, garlic and a pinch of each spice again. Heat about 5 minutes until softened, stirring frequently.
  4. Add theapples and parsley. Cook a couple of minutes.
  5. Put toasted bread in a large bowl. Add leek mixture, eggs & broth and mix well to combine.
  6. Press a layer of stuffing into the casserole dish, add a layer of sweet potatoes. Top with another layer of stuffing and sweet potatoes.
  7. bake for about 45 minutes until golden brown on top.
  8. Add a handful of toasted chopped walnuts or pecans.
Herbed Roasted Turkey with Calvados Gravy
Dry rub and turkey
4 bay leaves
2 tbsp.  kosher salt
1 tsp. ground pepper, plus more to taste
1 12- to 14-pound turkey
For roasting and gravy
2 tbsp.  of olive oil
1/4 cup minced fresh sage plus 2 tablespoons, divided
2 cups hot water
3-4 cups low-sodium chicken broth, divided
1 tbsp.  cornstarch
1/2 cup chopped shallots
1 cup apple brandy, such as Calvados
  1. To dry-rub turkey: Grind bay leaves in a clean coffee grinder or mortar and pestle. Transfer to a small bowl and combine with salt and pepper. Remove any giblets from the turkey. Loosen the skin over the breast, legs and thighs and rub the meat with the salt mixture. Place the turkey in a roasting pan. Refrigerate, uncovered, for 12 to 24 hours.
  2. To roast turkey: Position oven rack in lower third of oven; preheat to 475°F.
  3. Remove the turkey from the refrigerator. Combine olive oil and 1/4 cup sage in a small bowl. Rub the mixture under the skin over the breast, legs and thighs. Tuck the wing tips under the turkey and tie the legs together with kitchen string, if desired. Place the turkey on a roasting rack set in the roasting pan. Let stand at room temperature for 30 minutes.
  4. Roast the turkey for 20 minutes.
  5. Reduce oven temperature to 350°. Pour hot water into the pan. Continue roasting, tenting the breast or legs with foil if the skin is getting too dark, until a thermometer inserted horizontally into the deepest part of the thigh without touching bone registers 165°F, 1 1/2 to 2 hours. (If your turkey is larger than 14 pounds, plan to add an extra 15 minutes of roasting time for each additional pound.)
  6. Carefully transfer the turkey to a clean cutting board, loosely tent with foil and let rest for 20 to 30 minutes before carving.
  7. To prepare gravy: Pour pan juices from the roasting pan into a large glass measuring cup (leave any browned bits in the pan). Place the measuring cup in the freezer until the fat rises to the top, about 10 minutes. (Or pour into a fat separator and pour the defatted juices into a large measuring cup.)
  8. Transfer 3 tablespoons of fat from the separated pan juices back to the roasting pan (discard any remaining fat). Add enough broth (or stock) to the defatted juices to total 4 cups liquid. Whisk 1/2 cup broth (or stock) with flour in a separate small bowl until smooth.
  9. Set the roasting pan over two burners on medium-high heat. Add shallots and the remaining 2 tablespoons sage; cook, whisking, until the shallots soften and the pan drippings are browning, about 2 minutes. Pour in brandy; cook, whisking to scrape up the browned bits, until almost evaporated, 1 to 3 minutes. Add the broth-juices mixture and bring to a boil; boil for 4 minutes. Whisk the flour mixture again and add to the pan. Cook, whisking constantly, until the gravy thickens, 1 to 3 minutes more. Carefully pour the gravy through a fine-mesh sieve into a large measuring cup. Taste and season with pepper. Transfer to a serving container. Serve the turkey with the gravy.
Delicious Pumpkin Pie
1 1/2 cup finely chopped walnuts
2 tbsp. coconut oil
2 tbsp. honey
  1. Mix all the above ingredients together and press in the bottom of your pie pan.
8 oz. low fat cream cheese
8 oz. plain Greek yogurt
1/2 cup 100% pure maple syrup
1/3 cup pureed pumpkin
1/2 tsp. vanilla
1/4 tsp. cinnamon and nutmeg
Blend until smooth, pour into piecrust and bake for 50 minutes at 350-degrees.
Hope you try some of these great healthier creations on Thanksgiving Day recipes.
Recipes thanks to and

Monday, November 16, 2015

Relationship between the brain and Enada Co-E1

The more ENADA Co-E1 that is introduced into brain tissue, the greater the increase in measured electrical brain activity. These electrical brain activities increase the areas of the brain used for thinking, focusing, mental clarity, memory recall, concentration, cognition, attention, coordination, etc. Studies show that an ENADA Co-E1 ( NADH) supplement (i.e., NADH that is given orally) will increase the levels of Co-E1  found in brain tissue.
Brain activity is increased after 20 minutes of taking Enada Co-E1. These images show the effects before and after Enada Co-E1 is taken.

Memory is defined as the storage of information, signals and stimuli received by our five senses and the retrieval of the stored information.  Cognition is a prerequisite for memory. Cognition is the process of receiving signals from outside the body. Chemical reactions in the cells of the central nervous system are triggered in which certain molecules induce information from one to the other.  The neurotransmitters adrenaline and dopamine are responsible for cognitive performance. Enada Co-E1 increases those neurotransmitters, therefore cognition(memory) is improved.
Depressive State
Symptoms of someone in a depressive state include: being in a depressed mood for a long period of time, showing a change in appetite and weight loss, not being able to sleep, showing signs of psychomotor retardation and agitation, losing interest in pleasurable activities, feeling worthless, have difficulty concentrating or thinking clearly, and having morbid or suicidal thoughts. Enada Co-E1 helps with someone who has a mood imbalance by increasing dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin. These are directly associated with someone who is depressed. Enada Co-E1 also stimulates the natural production of these neurotransmitters, resulting in positive changes in mood.
The Aging Brain
Enada Co-E1 inhibits dopamine auto-oxidation. The neurotransmitter dopamine is spontaneously oxidized in our bodies, mostly in the brain; which is called auto-oxidation. This process is found significantly in older individuals. Enada Co-E1 can stop the auto-oxidation of dopamine, thus reducing or preventing damage to parts of the brain. As we age cells start to die and tissue degenerates, and NADH helps ward this off.
Neurological Deficiencies
Enada Co-E1 is known to help the body produce the major neurotransmitter dopamine, which is important for motor skills and cognitive functions. By stimulating neural activity, the coenzyme helps brain cells perform better and possibly survive longer. A University Hospital confirmed the use of ENADA® NADH as a treatment for cognitive impairments. In a double-blind study, with a placebo of controlled matched pairs. The clinical study showed after 6 months of treatment, the subjects treated with Enada Co-E1 (10mg/day) showed no evidence of progressive cognitive deterioration and had significantly higher total scores on the Mattis Dementia Rating Scale (MDRS) compared to subjects treated with placebo.  No side effects have been observed in any of the patients.
Sleep Deprivation and Jet Lag
Sleep deprivation is a common problem affecting most people during adulthood.  It impacts otherwise healthy individuals who cross time zones, work during evening or nighttime hours, or have infant children, as well as patients with sleep disorders, certain psychiatric disorders, and medical conditions such as those that produce a chronic pain. Sleep deprivation can lead to declines in cognitive performance, impacting the quality of waking time and, if severe enough, can lead to vehicle collisions and occupational consequences. In published clinical studies, Enada Co-E1 has been shown to increase energy and alertness in adults with extreme cases of fatigue and to reduce the effects of jet lag on cognitive performance and sleepiness.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

The Power of Positive Thinking

Positive thinking focuses your mental and emotional attitude on the bright side of life and expects positive results.  Keeping a positive mindset will affect your health as well as your overall state of well-being.  When you experience pleasant and happy feelings your eyes become brighter, you have more energy, and happiness becomes contagious. Your voice is also more powerful, you walk taller, and display positive body language. Negative thoughts, words and attitude create negative and unhappy feelings, moods and behavior. This leads to toxins being released into your blood stream causing more imbalance and negativity.  So it is important to keep everything positive in your life.

16 ways to help you keep a positive mindset
1). Ignore negative people, and what they say about you. Only focus on the positive aspects of yourself.
2). Use your imagination and visualize positive and beneficial things happening in your life.
3). Focus on using positive words when speaking with others and your inner dialogue.
4). Smile more
5). If you start thinking negatively quickly replace those negative thoughts with positive ones.
6). Start living in the moment instead of the past or future. You can’t change the past, and if you are happy now, your future will tend to be happy also.
7). Read positive thinking books to help you with your transition to a more positive way of life.
8). Believe you can succeed.
9). Engage in physical activity.
10). Watch a funny movie.
11). Surround yourself with people who are positive and happy.
12). Believe you deserve good things in your life.
13). Find beauty in everything.
14). Be OK with change.
15). Meditate. Meditation will help your mind become clear which encourages positive thought.
16). Create a vision board. This will help you concentrate and maintain focus on the good things you want in your life.
The Laws of attraction state that positive thoughts generate positive feelings and attract positive life experiences.

Monday, November 2, 2015

Stress, Health and How to Help Relieve It

Stress, anxiety and depression are due to a number of different reasons, but most of it is due to demanding work place conditions. Stress can put strain on your body, leading to health problems. In this blog I’m going to go over how stress affects your health and ways you can help relieve your stress.
  1. Headaches. As stress levels rise more headaches are prone to happen.
  2. Memory. Stress has been linked to damaged glutamate receptors and impaired memory.
  3. Hair loss. Hair starts to thin and fall out, when you are stressed for a long period of time.
  4. Acne and Psoriasis. Skin problems tend to flare up when you are stressed.
  5. Asthma attacks. Chronic stress has been associated with getting asthma attacks.
  6. Heart attacks. People with stressful jobs are at a higher risk of experiencing a heart attack.
  7. Cravings for junk food. Sweet cravings happen during high stress times due to an elevated release of the stress hormone CRF(corticotropin-releasing factor).
  8. Blood Pressure. Blood pressure rises as your stress levels rise, which can lead to heart disease.
  9. Blood sugar. Adrenaline and cortisol hormones are released in higher doses in stressful situations; which can eventually lead to the development of type 2 diabetes.
  10. Aging. Premature aging tends to happen sooner for people with chronic stress.

Monday, October 26, 2015

10 Ways to Stay Healthy During the Fall and Winter

Chillier weather is fast approaching.  This means flu, colds, staying inside more and just losing motivation to stay active.  I’m going to suggest some tips that will help prevent common illnesses and inspire a healthy and active season.   Most of these tips should be practiced year-round, but is extremely important during cold weather months when we are especially susceptible to getting sick.
  1. Exercise. Head to the gym to stay out of the cold and workout at least an hour, 3days a week. Bundle up and take walks or go for a hike. It’s important to get at least 15mins a day in of exercise.
    1. Find someone to work out with during the winter season. Having a partner is great for accountability and even for a little friendly competition.
    2. Try a new workout or find a class to join. Something new and different tends to create excitement and hold your interest longer.
    3. Warm up inside before a workout to get blood flowing to the muscles. Cold and stiff muscles are more prone to injury. Consider jumping jacks, a jog on the treadmill or cycling.
    4. Try Yoga or Pilates. Yoga is a great way to keep muscles limber and take a stress break. Pilates builds strong core muscles and can improve posture.
  2. Clothing. Wear the right clothes when exercising when it is cold out. Polypropylene provides great insulation but minimizes moisture loss. Gore-Tex is a fabric used widely for providing protection from the rain and wind.
  3. Healthy diet. Eat more Fruits and vegetables, with minimal amounts of organic meats. You need to keep your body in good shape with clean healthy foods.
    1. Carrots: A diet rich in beta-carotene (which is also found in bell peppers, kale, broccoli, sweet potatoes and squash) protects the lining of the nose, which traps germs before they can infect you.
    2. Green Tea: Stay warm and drink tea. Tea has interferon called L-theanine which fights viruses in the blood. Green or black tea is fine to drink.
    3. Nonfat Greek Yogurt: This has high amounts of probiotics and protein. Protein helps increase the number of immune cells in your body. Probiotics are healthy bacteria in the gut that keeps you free of disease causing germs. Eating yogurt or taking a probiotic supplement daily is recommended.
    4. Salmon: Fish is a great source of heart-strengthening omega-3 fatty acids. One serving also contains up to 1,000 IU of vitamin D; which helps stave off colds.
    5. Garlic: A compound called allicin fights against bacterial, viral and fungal infections; which in turn fight off colds, the flu and other illnesses.
  4. Meditate. Meditation will help lower stress levels to keep your immune system strong. All you need is a few minutes and a quiet corner.
  5. Sleep. Make sure you are getting enough sleep; at least 6-8 hours per night. If you’re running on fumes during the day your body’s immune system will begin to shut down, making you vulnerable to getting sick.
  6. Humidifier.  A humidifier will combat dry air and reduces your susceptibility to infections.
  7. Pop Astragalus. This immune booster supplement comes from a Chinese root. Take for at least 3 months out of the year for best results.  Suggest does is two 500mg capsules of dried astragalus root, three times a day.
  8. Don’t worry, be happy.Stress can impair your immune system while a positive attitude can boost your immune system.
  9. Get outside whenever there is sunlight. Vitamin D has been proven to boost serotonin levels putting you in a good mood.
  10. Already getting sick. If you feel like you are starting to get sick, there are ways to fight it off or at least lessen the length of time you are under the weather.
    1. Eliminate all dairy products.
    2. Eliminate all alcohol, this impedes your immune system.
    3. Eliminate all grains.
    4. Increase your intake of Zinc.
    5. Increase water consumption (even more than normal!).
    6. Eat less food as this will give your body a much needed rest from digestion and give it a chance to concentrate on fighting off potential invaders.
    7. Take herbs like Echinacea, Goldenseal and Grapefruit Seed Extract
    8. Get more rest than normal. Increase the recommended supplementation above
Hope these tips will help you and your families stay healthy during the colder months.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

5 Natural Pain Killers

Everyone has experienced acute or chronic pain in their life. Pain is a reminder that your body is healing or there is something terribly wrong. In order to live a functional lifestyle you need be able to manage the pain.
Medicines that are normally used to relieve pain come with risks of side effects, drug interactions and possibility of becoming habit forming. There is a safer alternative in the form of herbs and spices that treats pain, inflammation and other conditions. The info-graphic below gives a list of 5 natural painkillers you can take.

Monday, October 12, 2015

Overview of Enada Co-E1 Products

ENADA Co-E1 is the only brand of NADH currently available that is stabilized and is actually protected by several worldwide patents. Competitors continue to try to bypass these patents and introduce NADH products. However, all these products are non-stabilized forms of NADH.  Enada Co-E1 is most effective when taken on an empty stomach. That is, first thing in the morning, or at least an hour before eating and/or two hours after eating. This is because of their coating, allowing it to move smoothly into the intestine where it is absorbed. These supplements come in 5mg doses. This is the supplement for users who like to take NADH once or twice daily for their health ailments, rather than for energy boosts. We currently have 7 supplements I’ve attached a slide that talks about each one.

Monday, October 5, 2015

Juicing Recipes


Juicing has been getting more news lately, as people are learning more about what is really in their food, and the medicine they take. People are wanting to move towards a more natural and healthy way of life. One way people are solving this, is by juicing fruits and vegetables.  Juicing has been proven to have healing properties. Different combinations of fruits and vegetables can help with weight loss, chronic illnesses and be used as a preventive measure to keep healthy. Juicing works because plant based, natural vitamins and minerals are absorbed easier in the body. I’m going to list 10 of the most common ailments and what juicing recipes help cure and prevent these illnesses.  Mix all the fruits and vegetables together in either a blender or a juicer.  All recipes courtesy of

Breast cancer awareness juice for Arthritis
  1. Lemon - 1/2 fruit
  2. Tomato - 1 large whole
  3. Watermelon - 1 large wedge (approx 1/8 of melon)
Creamsicle juice for cancer prevention
  1. Apples - 2 medium
  2. Celery - 3 stalk, large
  3. Orange (peeled) - 1 fruit
  4. Pears - 2 medium
  5. Sweet Potato - 1 sweet potato
Berry A-Peeling juice  for Detoxification
  1. Apples - 2 large
  2. Lime - 1/2 fruit
  3. Strawberries - 3 cups, whole
The Eye Opener for Digestion
  1. Apples - 2 medium
  2. Carrots - 14 medium
  3. Oranges (peeled) - 2 small
Turmeric Sunrise juice for a cold
  1. Apples - 2 medium
  2. Carrots - 3 medium
  3. Celery - 3 stalk, large
  4. Ginger Root - 1 thumb
  5. Lemons (peeled) - 2 fruit
  6. Pears - 2 medium
  7. Turmeric Root - 6 thumb
Liquid Pizza juice for a headache
  1. Basil (dried) - 1 dash, ground
  2. Cauliflower - 1/2 head medium
  3. Cucumber - 1 cucumber
  4. Onion (spring/scallion) - 1 large
  5. Tomatoes - 2 cup cherry tomatoes
Mean Green for Weight loss
  1. Apples - 2 medium
  2. Celery - 4 stalk, large
  3. Cucumber - 1 cucumber
  4. Ginger Root - 1 thumb
  5. Kale - 6 leaf
  6. Lemon - 1/2 fruit
Fresh salsa juice for Pain
  1. Bell Pepper (green) - 1 medium
  2. Cayenne Pepper (spice) - 1 dash
  3. Celery - 1 stalk, large
  4. Cilantro - 1 handful
  5. Garlic - 1 clove
  6. Onion (spring/scallion) - 1 medium
  7. Salt (himalayan) - 1 dash
  8. Tomato - 1 cup cherry tomatoes
Dr. Oz’s Green Drink juice for Allergies
  1. Apples - 2 medium
  2. Celery - 3 stalk, large
  3. Cucumber - 1 cucumber
  4. Ginger Root - 1/2 thumb
  5. Lemon (with rind) - 1/2 fruit
  6. Lime (with rind) - 1 fruit
  7. Parsley - 1 bunch
  8. Spinach - 2 cup
Try these Juices next time you need a healthy boost and come back and let us know how they worked for you.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Anti-Aging Tips

Everyone wants to live a longer, fuller life, but the fountain of youth hasn’t been found or invented yet. In this blog, I’m going to explain three ways to help you feel and look younger; while helping you live longer.

Most people do not drink enough water. Water provides skin cells with hydration; this will lead to a softer, moister complexion with less wrinkle formation. Wrinkles are formed when the skin is dry, tight and flaky.  Drinking water will help detoxify your body. It removes unwanted wastes and toxins. Without plenty of water you can become unhealthy; leading to acne, constipation, urinary tract infections, and fatigue. The right amount of water for you to consume each day is different for everyone. Use this formula to calculate what is right for you: your weight in pounds divided by 2 will give you the amount in ounces of water to consume each day.

Eating certain foods will help provide anti-aging benefits. Pomegranates will give you softer skin. This fruit is high in vitamin C, which helps guard against over exposure to ultraviolet rays.  Sun damage, as most are aware, leads to wrinkles. Pomegranates also contain polyphenol compounds that fight free radicals, and a super nutrient that increases the preservation of collagen, to make your skin look smooth and plump.  Blueberries are full of antioxidants. This provides your skin with protection from free radicals, sun damage, emotional stress and over exercising. Spinach and Kale contain antioxidant compounds to help with sun damage. Also spinach is loaded with lutein and beta-carotene that improves skin's elasticity. Drinking green tea will help diminish the appearance of brown spots on your skin as you age. The tea contains catechins, which prevent sun damage, provide antioxidants that combat free radical damage, and reverse the effects of aging. Lastly using Olive oil for cooking will help your heart circulate your blood leaving your skin rosy and supple. This is because olive oil contains good fats that are high in Omega-3s.

Taking Enada NADH helps with anti-aging by protecting your cells from damage by toxic agents. It also promotes damaged cell and tissue repair, increases energy production in the cells, and extends the lifespan of cells, tissues and organs. Another benefit  is that when heart cells are incubated with Enada NADH, ATP concentration inside the heart cells increases. Since the heart cells have more ATP energy, they can function better and live longer with Enada NADH.

Start incorporating these tips little by little and you’ll start noticing the effects of looking younger and having more energy.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

How to Make Common Household Cleaners Naturally

From chemicals in our homes to polluting the environment, we are in need of finding non-toxic solutions. Chemicals are found in everyday cleaning products and over time the exposure can lead to cancer and affect pre existing illnesses. This is why it is important to switch to non-toxic and Environmentally friendly cleaners.  Natural cleaners still fight dirt and germs just like their chemical counterparts. I’m going to list recipes for the top 5 household products we all use every day.  You may already find some ingredients in your home, or you can easily pick them up at your local grocery and natural foods store. Mix the following cleaners together by reusing old plastic spray bottles or buy glass spray bottles which are more Eco friendly.
Laundry Stain remover
  1. 1 1/2 cups water
  2. 1/4 cup liquid castile soap
  3. 1/4 cup liquid vegetable glycerin
  4. 5-10 drops of lemon essential oil
Laundry soap
  1. 3 Tablespoon Borax
  2. 3 Tablespoons  baking soda(type for washing)
  3. 2 Tablespoons Dawn Dish soap
All purpose cleaners
  1. Orange peels, or any other citrus fruit peels  
  2. 1 Teaspoon Salt
  3. Vinegar
  4. Distilled Water
  5. 5-10 drops essential oil
Disinfectant spray
  1. 16 oz. water
  2. 3 Tablespoon liquid castile soap
  3. 30 drops tea tree oil
Air freshener
  1. 12-15 drops of pure essential oil with a scent you like
  2. 1/2 cup white vinegar
  3. 1 1/2 cups water

Reduce your household expenses while helping the environment with all natural cleaners.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Testimonial Tuesday

Hello everyone! It's time to share some of our favorite customer feed back this week! We love hearing from our customers and seeing how our products are improving their way of life. What we love most about our all natural NADH products is that they help so many different people in so many different ways. It doesn't matter if you are and athlete looking for more effective workouts, or a person suffering from low energy NADH will benefit and better your life, but don't take our word for it, read below how we are helping our customers.

Terri H-Oxnard, CA
"I want to thank you for great information about NADH on your website.  Enada NADH is getting me started on the way back to a normal life.  It has given me my life back by building up my systems, allowing my body to regenerate and helps me sleep!  Thank you so much!"

Deanna W-Brookings, OR
"I’m very impressed with the results of Enada NADH.   No hype involved with this product. It delivers a new found source of clean energy and focus I didn’t know existed. It’s the first thing I do after I brush my teeth in the morning! It is an indispensable part of my day.  Great company, thank you!"

Juliet G-Renton, WA
"As a college student and full-time worker, I took Enada NADH to stay focused and alert while attending school at night.  It worked great for exams and studying.  I did not feel jittery or “amped up”, just clear and mentally sharp.  I was able to retain information and express myself more clearly.  Thank you Enada….I got an A!!"

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