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HELLO! I am so excited to be launching our award winning powder creamers with collagen protein. With no added sugar, we have crafted deliciously flavored creamers with pure MCT Oil (3x's more powerful than coconut oil), grassfed ghee and grassfed collagen.  Take a look at the difference...
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Research shows grains become a high-glycemic-load food because of the starch. That means it rapidly converts to glucose, causing rapid rises in blood sugar that promote the formation of AGEs – advanced glycation end products, and these combinations of sugars and protein are pro-inflammatory, leading to disease in the body. Science  proves those with a predisposition to inflammation react to any starchy foods, including legumes and starchy vegetables, because of the stress these foods place on the pancreas and the body as a whole.
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Collagen Facts: Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body and is at the foundation of your skin, bones, muscles, and all other connective tissue. Unfortunately, your body produces less of it as you get older, which results in...
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Out of 1000's of products at Expo West, Know Brainer was selected by Dr. Oz as best Brain Boosting & Metabolism Moving product. See here.
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Ketones, the byproduct of the body breaking down fat for energy that occurs when carbohydrate intake is low, benefit those with neurodegeneration issues like epilepsy, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and aging-related cognitive diseases. The production of ketone bodies helps treat cognitive impairment. The brain of people with conditions including epilepsy, Alzheimers and Parkinson's cannot...
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When it comes to the topic of juicing versus blending your fruits and vegetables, the main difference between the two methods of breaking down your ingredients is the amount of fiber that is leftover. A smoothie has much more fiber compared to a strained juice, whereas juicing extracts a higher level of water and nutrients and filters out the fibrous pulp. So which one is the healthiest?
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The human body is designed to convert food into energy.  Whether it's protein, fat, or carbs, we are able to turn it into fuel. It's how we eat, sleep, and breathe!  So what is the most optimal combination of fuel for...
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