There are a lot of reasons you might be feeling tired right now: an extra busy workday, a bad night’s sleep, or staying up too late binge-watching your favorite show. (Sound familiar?)
The supplement aisle can be a confusing place. With so many products to choose from and such a wide range of price points, it can be a challenge to figure out which supplements are the best for you: your unique needs, your dietary restrictions, your lifestyle, and your budget.
If the only things you remember about your high school chemistry class are white smoke experiments and the periodic table, you’re probably not alone. But it turns out that many of those chemical elements play an essential role in our health!
Common knowledge says that chugging a glass of vitamin C–packed orange juice is the best thing to do when you’re sick. But in reality, treating yourself to a lobster dinner might be a better option—at least for keeping a cold from rearing its sniffling head. The reason: It’s zinc (which lobster is full of), not ...
Some things are just more powerful together. Batman and Robin. Bill and Hillary. Lebron and the Cavaliers. Onions and yogurt.
In a perfect world, there would be no need for multivitamins, probiotics, protein powders, or dietary supplements of any kind.
What picky eater hasn’t fantasized about a magical supplement that would somehow contain all the vitamins and minerals the body needs, freeing up the day’s menu for cheeseburgers and milkshakes?
If you wash down your daily multivitamin with a green juice every morning, you might be patting yourself on the back for being healthy—but are you actually getting too much of a good thing?
You’ve skipped the gym five days in a row, and your dull skin and tight muscles are screaming for a spa day, too. But the sun’s out and the last thing you want is to spend the day indoors—let alone shell out major cash for a massage and facial.
Most of us have seen aloe vera before — if only as an ingredient in skin care or a way to soothe a painful sunburn. Surprisingly, aloe vera has been used for thousands of years as a natural treatment for all kinds of ailments. The Egyptians even referred to aloe vera as the “plant of immortality.”
We all know how important getting the proper amount of vitamins and minerals is to our health. How exactly to get enough of each vitamin, however, is another story. We field questions all the time from Thrivers who are trying to choose between the thousands of multivitamins and supplements out there. In this installment, we asked ...
For millennia, cultures have revered the earth as the great healer, the source of all the substances humans need to survive.
Download the app for easy shopping on the go
By providing your mobile number, you agree to receive marketing text messages from Thrive Market. Consent not a condition to purchase. Msg & data rates apply. Msg frequency varies. Reply HELP for help and STOP to cancel.