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Let’s Discuss “Super Hydration” and Healthy Living

Let’s Discuss “Super Hydration” and Healthy Living

Water is the primary component in our bodies and hydration is often the key to healthier living. Learn more about it in this informative video presentation!

i-H2O: The Difference is in the Structure

i-H2O: The Difference is in the Structure

If you have ever tried to rush into an elevator with a large group of people, then you know that the good ol’ single file alignment (SFA) is the way to go. It is true for people … and water? Surprisingly, yes….

Here’s How You Can Add Years to Your Life

Here’s How You Can Add Years to Your Life

We all want to stay healthy and live a long and fulfilling life, and the internet is full of advice and tips on how to do so. But aside from a healthy diet, preventive medical care, and regular exercise, what else can…

75% of Adults are Chronically Dehydrated!  Here’s What You Can Do About It.

75% of Adults are Chronically Dehydrated! Here’s What You Can Do About It.

Hydration is foundational to a healthy lifestyle yet 75% of adults are chronically dehydrated. In this video GIA Co-Founder, Lynda Cormier Hanser, introduces GIA’s super hydrating i-H2O Activation System, the most profound hydration technology available today.

Two Vitamins That Become More Important as We Age

Two Vitamins That Become More Important as We Age

We all understand the importance of a healthy diet. And because many age-related diseases can be staved off with proper nutrition, your diet becomes even more important as you get older. But even those who eat the healthiest, most well-rounded diets can…

9 Ways to Slim Down for Summer

9 Ways to Slim Down for Summer

You know summer season is coming, and you want to look your best. So, naturally, you know that you need to cut back on calories and exercise more. But “cutting back on calories” is a fairly vague goal, and without a specific…

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Are Masks and Gloves Effective at Reducing Viral Transmission?
Are Masks and Gloves Effective at Reducing Viral Transmission?

Most of us live under “shelter in place” orders right now, which basically means that we shouldn’t leave home except for essentials. We hope you’re doing well at home, staying busy, and beating the boredom. But once in a while, you might…

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What Should You Do If You Feel Sick?
What Should You Do If You Feel Sick?

If you’re reading this, chances are good that you’re snug inside your home while we all ride out the pandemic situation. But even if you’ve practiced regular hand washing and social distancing techniques, it is still possible to get sick. Some people…

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Study Shows Link Between Cardiovascular and Brain Health
Study Shows Link Between Cardiovascular and Brain Health

We already know that health is holistic, with all parts of your body working together and impacting one another. But with regard to brain health, we now have a much deeper understanding of how it is linked to cardiovascular health in particular….

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The 5 Worst Sources of EMF Radiation in Your Home
The 5 Worst Sources of EMF Radiation in Your Home

Did you know that there are sources of toxic radiation in your home? Even if you can’t see or feel this radiation, it is still present and you need to take a proactive approach to reduce Electromagnetic Radiation that is harming the…

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6 Things That Will Help You Feel Better This Year
6 Things That Will Help You Feel Better This Year

Technology and our modern way of life have certainly provided us with many conveniences. Unfortunately, there’s a down side to everything, and we’re now exposed to more environmental pollutants than ever. From the air we breathe to the food we eat, and…

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Sleep Is More Important Than You Might Believe
Sleep Is More Important Than You Might Believe

Most of us know that when we don’t get enough sleep, we feel sluggish and irritable the next day. But what’s the big deal if you skip a bit of sleep, right? Can’t you just make up for it later? Actually, sleep…

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Stress Can Trigger Weight Gain
Stress Can Trigger Weight Gain

We know that stress can contribute to all sorts of health problems, such as immune dysfunction and heart disease, and now you can add weight gain to the list. Cortisol produced by your body during stressful events can affect your appetite, and…

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Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart
Staying Hydrated Protects Your Heart

“Drink water! Drink more water!” You’ve heard this advice a few hundred times before, right? But you probably think of hydration in terms of preventing heat stroke, controlling your appetite, or promoting clear skin. All of these things are true, but did…

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