Freeport, ME (PRWEB) February 05, 2014
Royal River Natural Foods, a locally-owned independent natural health store in Freeport, Maine, reports a new study on Pycnogenol®, a plant-based anti-inflammatory antioxidant that shortened colds and reduced sick days.
The report is part of the Feb. 2014 issue of Natural Insights for Well Being, which Royal River Natural Foods publishes free each month for Freeport community friends and neighbors to learn more about the benefits of good nutrition. The February issue also reported that people who took probiotics over the winter had fewer upper respiratory tract infections; omega-3s with vitamin E lowered fasting and long-term average blood sugar levels in those with type 2 diabetes; and people who added folic acid to their diets were less likely to have heart disease, among other important findings.
“They say there’s no cure for the common cold, but good nutrition can certainly help shorten colds,” said Becky Foster, Supplement Manager. “Whether you are interested in controlling blood sugar, maintaining healthy brain function, or just want to minimize chronic inflammation, February is jam-packed with new nutritional science for you. This month, we present research from well-respected scientific journals, including the Annals of Medical & Health Sciences, the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the journal Age and Clinical Nutrition, among many others.”
Natural Insights for Well Being is free, and Royal River Natural Foods invites all those who wish to gain more valuable nutrition knowledge to stop in and pick up the February issue and meet the friendly, knowledgeable staff.
About the company:
Founded in 1994, Royal River Natural Foods is a unique community, natural food store. They are committed to well-being, body and soul. Experience their outstanding customer service in a warm and welcoming environment. Royal River Natural Foods proudly features local organic food, produce, locally raised beef, chicken, lamb, pork and seafood, healthy takeout foods, bulk foods, snacks, special dietary products, specialty wines, micro-brewed beers, gourmet food made in Maine, unique gifts, eco-friendly products and much more. Visit Royal River Natural Foods at http://www.rrnf.com.