Nutter's Bulk and Natural Food

By: Nutter's Staff

RespirActin –Helps you breathe easy, fast

March 21, 2017 - 7:47am

RespirActin is a pleasant-tasting herbal liquid that opens the airways and soothes the throat. It can provide clearer breathing and relief from asthma, C.O.P.D., allergies, hay fever, coughing, running nose and scratchy throat.

It is sale for both children and adults of all ages and contains no ephedra, pseudoephedrine or other stimulants. RespirActin can also aid the athlete, taken 20 minutes before a workout, it provides freer breathing, and valuable protection of numerous antioxidants and, may aid oxygen to the tissues.

Brain, Eyes and Heart Health

February 20, 2017 - 11:25am

The omega 3 fatty acid DHA (docosahexaenoic acid).  It is an essential component of the brain and central nervous system.  It also promotes cardiovascular health, reduces inflammation, supports mental focus, supports the immune system, enhances appearance of skin and hair and promotes optimal fat metabolism. It seems to concentrate in areas where there is a lot of electrical activity. 

Cleanse Time Again

January 6, 2017 - 8:47am

Cleansing and detoxification:  why should we do it? 

Cleansing is the process of eliminating toxins from the body.  We live with toxic build up every day, in our water, the air we breathe, even in the food we eat.  There are two main toxins: exotoxins come from an outside source which we inhale and ingest.  Endotoxins are created internally by the food we eat.  Undigested food can putrefy, creating toxins that damage cells, tissues and organs in the body.

Oil of Oregano

November 9, 2016 - 7:51am

Hippocrates, the father of scientific medicine, used oregano to prevent infections and treat stomach and respiratory ailments.

This culinary herb, central to Mediterranean cuisine, has been receiving renewed scientific interest.  Hundreds of studies have identified its active ingredients and confirmed their powerful synergistic effect in killing bacteria.

Ultimate Flora Kids' Probiotic

October 1, 2016 - 9:22am

The term ‘Probiotic’ means supporting life. 

Probiotics are friendly, beneficial bacteria. While there are hundreds of different strains of bacteria that live in the digestive tract, some strains are more prevalent in children. However the type and amount of bacteria in each child is dependent on which bacteria they acquired as infants.

Allergy Relief - An All Season Solution

September 8, 2016 - 7:57am

We all have them, but until we become congested, we are unaware of their existence. 

With fall fast approaching, so is another round of sinus allergies.  Facial pain and pressure, nasal stuffiness, loss of smell and discharge are common symptoms of sinusitis.  So what are sinuses?

The sinuses are cavities in your skull.  They are air pockets located inside the bones in the skull.  Our Sinus cavities are lined with very hair-like projections called cilia.

Asthma and Allergy Solutions

August 16, 2016 - 10:30am

There is no hiding the rise on asthma increases in Canada these days.  It has increased 160% from 1980-1994.  Why is there such a large increase?

One factor seems to be our modern lifestyle, complete with fast food and fast cars.  We have created a polluted world not only outside, but in our household as well.  Our ancestors did not load themselves with super-size anything.  We eat too much sugar, too much fat, too much period.  The more we venture from our evolutionary diet the more difficult it is for our bodies to function properly. 

What is in Your Sunscreen?

July 9, 2016 - 10:58am

As summer is here we must start looking for a good sun screen, keeping your skin healthy and nourished. 

If you are out in the sun a long time it is important to wear sun screen and apply it every two hours. If you go swimming you should re-apply. Sun screen protects the skin from harmful rays of the sun that can cause many problems with skin. Although sunscreen is made to protect the skin, some brands contain harmful ingredients that can actually be bad for your skin.

First Aid Tea Tree

June 21, 2016 - 9:23am

Native to Australia, the tea tree flourishes in the wet swampy ground of northern New South Wales and Queensland. 

The leaves and small branches are picked year round for distillation into essential oils.

The centuries before Europeans arrived, native Australians used the leaves of the tree as an antiseptic. Captain Cook named the ‘tea tree’. This tree rapidly became a valued remedy used by the European settlers to treat cuts, burns and insect bites. Tea tree soon became widely recognized as a powerful disinfectant.