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If you are interested in walking for exercise and want to make it a habit, having a well-designed plan that helps build on routine is ideal. Learn more about the benefits of walking and how to get started.
Sunny up your taste buds with this bright parfait. Combine honey with turmeric- and ginger-spiked yogurt and layer with orange, grapefruit and kiwi. The yogurt has an extra shot of vitamins from Codeage Wonder-C!
Athletes commonly take amino acid supplements for energy and improved workouts. But they offer benefits far beyond the playing field or court. Find out if an amino acid supplement might be right for you.
Topped with matcha and nutty coconut, these chocolate protein bars are a tasty superfood snack. You’ll mix in Codeage Marine Collagen Powder along with your choice of nut butter for a protein-infused, skin-loving treat.
Marine collagen peptides are environmentally sound, ethical, religion and pescatarian friendly, and a highly effective choice. Here are some additional ways they differ from those obtained from bovine or porcine sources.
One clear way to prevent dementia is with regular exercise—which can prevent and potentially reverse the disease, even with low amounts of light activity. Learn how it works and which forms of fitness are best for supporting brain health.