Choosing the right drinks when you're thirsty can make a huge difference for your overall health. Certain drinks can do more than keep you hydrated — they might help you sleep better, relieve pain, improve your digestion and promote weight loss. If you have trouble drinking plain water, opt for flavorful, fun, healthy drinks.
If you struggle to get enough vitamin D, your quality of life could decrease. At ZYN, we're here to tell you that an improved lifestyle could be right around the corner. Discover how getting the right amount of vitamin D has the potential to change your life in a positive way.
If you're an athlete suffering from inflammation, you may be looking for a natural remedy to experience relief. At ZYN, we know there's power in natural healing methods, and we're here to share our knowledge of natural remedies. You can experience relief from your inflammation, and you may only need items found in your fridge, pantry or spice cabinet.
We love the way yoga relieves our mental stress, but did you know yoga poses can help ease physical inflammation, too? September is national yoga month, so we reached out to a local yogi here in Milwaukee to give us some great poses to start with.
Tara Collingwood, sports nutrition consultant for the United States Tennis Association (USTA) and World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), shares some great tips for combating inflammation and optimizing recovery for athletes at all levels.
There are a variety of natural ways to reduce inflammation, most of which revolve around maintaining a healthy diet rich in substances like antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids,epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) and phenols. Learn more about the fastest and healthiest known ways to naturally reduce inflammation through diet.
Chronic inflammation is a response from your immune system that can leave you feeling feverish, fatigued and in overall pain. Most of the time, inflammation is a good and natural part of healing as it’s a response to an infection or injury. But what happens when the inflammation becomes chronic?