Category: Krill Oil

Dear Margo: Why Does My Supplement Smell Funny?

We often asked, “Why does my supplement smell funny? First and foremost, at Stonehenge Health, we don’t use diluted ingredients. Stonehenge Health supplements are pure, undiluted nutrients – in a capsule or softgel. Moreover, certain nutrients are derived from natural sources that have particular scents. Every ingredient has its own naturally occurring smell, which may change...

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Dear Margo: ‘How & When Should I Take My Supplements?’

Hello Stonehenge Health Fans! Today, I’m happy to introduce you to our newest Stonehenge Health blog series called Dear Margo. In this series of blogs, I will answer the most commonly asked questions we hear from you, our community members. If you’re wondering,” Who’s Margo?” – here’s a bit about me… First and foremost, I am...

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Eat Your Way to Beautiful, Firmer Skin

It’s probably not a surprise to hear that a nutritious diet keeps your inner self slim, strong, and healthy. But what many of us may not know is how diet impacts the outer self – namely your skin. Your skin is an organ, just like your heart and liver. Your body uses the nutrients in...

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Top 6 Strategies for a Longer, Healthier Life

For a long time, most experts agreed, one’s lifespan was a roll of the dice. If your parents lived many years, likely, you would too. But as more researchers have investigated longevity, that thinking has changed. It turns out genetics play a much smaller role in determining how long we live. And healthy lifestyle and...

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7 Must-Have Foods for a Better Mood

From time to time, when you’re feeling sad or stressed, you might find yourself racing to the freezer for a pint of Chunky Monkey. Eating for emotional reasons is something we all do. Experts say eating gives us a feeling of wholeness when negative emotions make us feel empty. And that’s especially true today, as...

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All the Ways Exercise Boosts Your Brain Power

One thing we all know, exercise is an essential part of living a healthy lifestyle. But did you also know that regular exercise has massive benefits for your brain health and, by extension, your cognitive ability? Exercise positively impacts your mood, focus, memory and even improves your ability to sleep soundly. Elevated GABA and Glutamate...

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Could Omega-3s Help You Live Longer? A New Study Says Yes

Faced with a cardiac event like a stroke or heart attack, you might turn to anything that promises help that you’ll recover, stay out of the hospital, and live a longer, healthier life. A new study conducted by the American College of Cardiology showed that eating foods high in Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids leads to...

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5 Crucial Omega-3 Benefits and How to Make Sure You’re Getting Enough

Omega-3 fatty acids are an essential part of any diet, but it’s especially important to get adequate omega-3 as you advance in age. Since your body doesn’t make omega-3 on its own, the only way to get them is through what you eat or through supplementation....

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20 Ways to Drop Pounds and Keep Them Off

Fad diets may work in the short-term, but only if you work really hard at it. In the end, it’s usually impossible to stay on a prescribed diet forever, and the minute you go off and go back to your former eating habits, the weight comes right back on in spades. The best way to...

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Get the Omega-3 Fatty Acid Benefits Without the Mercury Poison in Fish Oil

Omega-3 fatty acids are nothing short of a natural wonder. This gift comes to us compliments of Mother Nature. Omega-3s have been shown to possess a wide array of health benefits. Unfortunately, many people still mistakenly believe that the best source of these miraculous fatty acids is in fish products, particularly in fish oil. Although...

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A Simple Way to Improve Your Immune System: The Science Behind Stonehenge Health

In the 19th Century, Louis Pasteur’s germ theory of disease made an audacious and unthinkable claim. He asserted that most diseases are caused by invading microscopic organisms—little bad bugs that make us sick. This theory revolutionized medicine and saved millions from plagues like smallpox which had devastated populations for centuries. However, as the adverse effects...

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The Surprising Link Between Inflammation and Our Mood

“I had butterflies in the stomach.”  “She showed real Intestinal fortitude.”   “He’s got guts.” These are just a few common expressions that reflect our deep intuition about the connection between our bellies and our brains. Ever get so nervous you vomited? Ever get queasy on a first date? A growing body of evidence is...

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