Up to 20% Off + FREE U.S. Shipping with Subscribe & Save



Skin Care



Get to know Dr. Group

Health

Symptoms of liver toxicity are not always easy to pinpoint. Many conditions associated with an overloaded liver are concerns that can arise from a number of causes. Although some conditions, such as fatigue or irritability are often just part of life, and not necessarily the result of liver deficiencies, ignoring pervasive health conditions is never advised. (more…)

You've probably heard of iodine before, but what is iodine and what is it used for? You may remember from chemistry class, iodine is a chemical element of the periodic table with the symbol I and atomic number 53. But Besides knowing the physical properties of iodine, you may not be aware of exactly what iodine is and the immense history behind the use of this vital element. From the various types of iodine to the amount required for optimum health, there is a lot to know about this water-soluble […]

Oregano oil is widely known as nature's potent defense against harmful organisms. Not only is it highly respected within the natural health community, it is also widely studied by the scientific community for medical use. (more…)

The health benefits of iodine have been known for years. But where does a person start? Is all iodine the same? What does it even do? Whether you regularly supplement with iodine or have yet to begin, this webinar is for you. Dr. Group will explain exactly what iodine is, why it's essential for good health, and how to enjoy its benefits immediately. In this webinar, you'll learn... The relationship between iodine and the thyroid gland Why iodine is necessary for a healthy metabolism and hormone levels The importance of […]

Iodine deficiency is a global health issue. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates over two billion people may be iodine deficient, with up to 50 million of them suffering from serious symptoms of iodine deficiency, such as brain damage.[1] Once a rare concern in the Western world, this imbalance is on the rise in North America. This may be related to modern industrial agricultural practices and a lack of minerals in the soil.[2] Environmental pollutants have robbed the soil of nutrients, and this translates into poor iodine content in foods.[3] […]