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home_quality_ingredientsWe are concerned about quality, purity and potency. As a matter of fact that is our number one priority in developing products that carry our name. We only use the highest quality ingredients when formulating our products. We check, double check and triple check every product once it is manufactured and prior to bottling and placing our name on that label.

Did you know that there are 5 quality tiers of raw materials to select from when manufacturing nutritional supplements? We select the top quality ingredients to insure our customers will get the most benefits from any of the products in our vast product line. For example, the Ascorbic Acid we use when manufacturing our products actually comes from fruit, not the cheaper quality sources like genetically modified corn which is used in 70% of the products out there in the marketplace. That is why Viva Vitamins and Earth Wise Vitamins are the leaders in the nutritional supplement industry. Quality is never sacrificed when making our products.

GMP CompliantThe manufacturers we use quarantine raw materials that come into their facilities. The raw materials our manufacturers use to produce our products are the highest grade raw materials available. Our manufacturers check those raw materials to insure that they are actually the raw material they are supposed to be at the correct potency. Then the manufacturers will assay the products after they have been manufactured to assure that the finished good matches the product’s recipe exactly. We also visually inspect all products prior to bottling to insure that the tablet size and shape is correct.

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A new meta-analysis of several population studies has found that increasing dietary potassium may help with supporting healthier blood pressure levels. Researchers looked at the link between blood pressure and dietary potassium, sodium and the ratio between potassium and sodium.

Researchers found that the higher the dietary potassium, measured from dietary recall and urinary excretion, the lower the participants blood pressure no matter how much sodium was ingested. Other interventional studies with potassium supplementation showed a direct benefit of potassium and blood pressure reductions. Researchers also reviewed recent animal studies that showed the body’s ability to balance sodium and potassium levels in the blood. This is critical for nerve and muscle function as well as normal cardiovascular function.

Decreasing sodium intake has always been the way to reduce blood pressure, but new evidence suggests increasing potassium may be as important in reducing hypertension. When potassium intake is high the kidneys excrete more water and salt which in turn increases potassium excretion concluded researchers. Currently many modern diets consist of a lot of processed foods with added sodium unlike the diets of our early ancestors which were higher in potassium and very low in sodium. This dietary shift has increased the risks of developing hypertension. Hypertension affects over a billion people worldwide and it is estimated that high blood pressure is responsible for a least 51% of the deaths caused by strokes and 45% of the deaths caused by heart disease.
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A new study has found a decrease in the risk of bone fractures when the body has healthy blood levels of magnesium.

Data from over 2000 men ages 42 to 61 years of age was analyzed for this study. A follow up period occurred 25.6 years later. 123 fractures were recorded at the follow up. 78 of the fractures recorded were in the hip area. At the onset of the study 136 men had low blood levels of magnesium (1.8 mg/dl) and 22 men had an excess of magnesium in their blood (2.3 mg/dl). There was a 44% reduction in the risk of experiencing a fracture in the men with higher blood levels of magnesium. The men with the lower blood levels of magnesium had the highest risks of experiencing fractures especially in the hip. None of the 22 men who had excess magnesium in their blood experienced any fractures on follow up.

Researchers are not sure that blood levels of magnesium can be increased by diet alone, especially with the elderly who have bowel and digestive conditions and are prone to fractures. Low blood levels of magnesium are very common. Current recommendations for Adequate Intakes (AI) for magnesium are 350 mg daily for men and 300 mg daily for women. Children should be in taking between 170 and 300 mg depending on their age.

Further well designed magnesium supplementation trials are needed to determine the therapeutic potential of this important mineral.
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Curcumin Touted For Metabolic Benefits in People with Fatty Liver Disease

A new study suggests daily supplementation with Curcumin (Turmeric) might improve Body Mass Index (BMI), metabolic status and liver biomarkers in people with Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD).

87 people with grades 1-3 NAFLD (Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease) participated in this randomized controlled clinical study. The study lasted 8 weeks. Participants were assigned randomly to receive either a 1,000 mg daily dosage (divided into 2 doses) of Curcumin or a placebo. Researchers found a statistically significant reduction in BMI, .99 points in the group supplementing with Curcumin compared to .15 points in the group taking the placebo. Additionally waist circumference decreased by 1.74 for those taking the Curcumin compared to a reduction of .23 in the group supplementing with the placebo. Also, Ultrasonographic findings were improved in 75% of the participants in the Curcumin group compared to an improvement in 4.5% of the placebo group. Curcumin was also associated with a reduction in LDL cholesterol, total cholesterol, triglycerides, non-high density lipoprotein cholesterol and uric acid levels.

NAFLD is the most common type of chronic liver disorders and affects approximately 30% of the population and between 60 – 70% of individuals who have diabetes or who are obese.

Further studies are needed.
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Vitamin D and Calcium May Reduce Onset of Early Menopause

A new study shows a reduction in the risk of early menopause when high doses of dietary Vitamin D and Calcium are taken. Early menopause is associated with higher risks for Osteoporosis, Early Cognitive Decline, Cardiovascular Disease and other health issues.

Over 116,000 female US registered nurses participated in this study. Individuals between the ages of 25 and 42 in 1989 participated in this study and responded to a questionnaire. Intakes of Vitamin D and Calcium from both supplements and food were measured every four years and medical conditions and behaviors were measured every two years. Over 2000 women reported having natural menopause before 45 years of age. Incidents of possible confounding factors were accounted for when evaluating the relationship between the intake of Calcium and Vitamin D and incidents of early menopause.

A 17% lower risk of early menopause was seen in the women who had the highest intake of Vitamin D when compared with the women who had the lowest intake of Vitamin D. A “borderline significantly lower risk” of early menopause was seen in the women with the highest intake of Calcium when compared to the women with the lowest intake of Calcium.

Further studies are now being undertaken.
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