Buzzwords: Are these Products Actually Healthy?

A lot of the food we eat may seem healthy, but are they really? Buzzwords are used a lot by companies to advertise their products and have them seem healthier than they really are. Eating healthy while on the go is a very common trend, people are easily fooled by packaging and advertising. ‘Superfood’ and […]

Top Seven Places to Purchase Omega-3 Fatty Acids

The human body and brain are capable of producing most types of fats that it needs from other fats or raw materials. This does not happen to be the case for the omega-3 fatty acid. These essential fats are not able to be produced from the body, but are required from certain foods. Two of […]

Brains Behind It- Nick Borja – Nosha

ABOUT NICK BORJA: FOUNDER & CEO, NOSHA As the son of a doctor and a nurse, Nick grew up keenly aware of how many of us live gripped by chronic disease. After studies in the humanities at Williams College, he embarked on a career in medicine. Nick was eager to make a difference in patients’ […]

Brains Behind It- Krik Angacian-‎ProFormance Foods

ABOUT KRIK ANGACIAN: CO-FOUNDER & CEO, PROFORMANCE FOODS d.b.a. PROTES PROTEIN SNACKS A former banker, Angacian trotted along a traditional path, graduating college and nabbing a job in mergers and acquisition before he realized…he was miserable. A life-long fitness junkie, Angacian decided to take a serious dive of faith, so he quit his job and […]

Brains Behind It- Dr. Gavin Armstrong Lucky Iron Fish

ABOUT DR. GAVIN ARMSTRONG: Dr. Gavin Armstrong is committed impact entrepreneur. He is currently serving as the Founder and President of Lucky Iron Fish Enterprise®, a social enterprise attempting to alleviate iron deficiency around the world using a simple health innovation. Through this role he was a Fulbright scholar at Auburn University and was awarded the […]

Brains Behind It- Ted Chan- Care Dash

ABOUT TED CHAN: CEO at CareDash Ted created CareDash after noticing two troubling trends on healthcare review sites: healthcare providers serving certain segments of the U.S. population were underrepresented and many existing sites accepted financial compensation in exchange for removal of negative provider feedback. These practices have made access to information about the quality of […]