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You might be more vulnerable to the common cold than you think. Adults have an average of two or three colds per year. And while the symptoms are often far from severe, they can easily throw us out of our routine, and cause upwards of a week of serious discomfort. But despite the challenges of the common cold, there are plenty of ways that you can fend off colds and minimize the symptoms once you come down with the pervasive bug. Road to Nutrition is proud to offer supplements for those seeking all-natural solutions to ailments like the common cold....

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We don’t all have the luxury of living somewhere that boasts 300 days of sunshine per year. Winters bring shorter days and frequent weather, making it hard to get all the sunshine we need to thrive in our daily lives. Whether you suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), or just the malaise of winter blues, there are some things you can do to get the much-needed benefits of sunshine without the help of the sun itself. Road to Nutrition is proud to provide a variety of supplements to those seeking natural solutions to problems like the winter blues. Try our...

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During the month of July, Road to Nutrition would like to announce a special content as part of our summer eCommerce store launch. We really want our customers to get the most out of their fitness supplements. We will be offering a free $25 gift card to either Amazon or the iTunes store. You can use your gift card to get music during your next workout session. To enter the contest, simply leave a comment on this blog about your favorite workout routine. At the end of the month, we will be doing a raffle for one free $25 gift...

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Weight loss can be an exhausting endeavor. When you combine increased exercise with decreased calorie consumption, it can be hard to find the energy to thrive in your day-to-day life.

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The typical American diet contains about 5 grams daily of L-Arginine, just shy of the recommended minimum of 6 to 9 grams daily. While it’s possible to get all your L-Arginine from your diet, it usually comes at a cost. Most of our Arginine intake comes from red meat, which is also high in saturated fat, petrochemicals and radiation, to name a few. While you can get L-Arginine from other food sources like tuna and tofu, you’d have to eat a whole lot of either to reach your recommended intake (2.5 lbs of tofu, to be exact). So it’s usually...

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