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Be well informed and well educated. Every one who knows TyH is aware that we are all about being pro-active to be healthier and reduce your risk of disease. What’s new, tried and what works? Share your experience. Learn from others. Join the exchange.

New Website Launch Winners

Posted by TyH Team on 1/12/2018
50 DollarsRight after Thanksgiving 2017, TyH launched its new website with a smoother, function, one page check out and cleaner look. To celebrate our new website address, we offered 50 health dollars on account ($50) to 5 lucky shoppers who visited our new site during our grand opening month November 27-to December 2017. Winners were picked at random. The winners are Bruce W, NC; Sally O, WA; Colleen L, AZ; Caryn G, WA; and Suzanne H, GA. Thanks for shopping and Congrats!

Fibromyalgia, A Tarnished Reputation

Posted by Margy Squires on 9/15/2017 to Fibromyalgia

I remember when the first drug was approved by the FDA in 2007 (Lyrica or Woman rubbing shoulderpregabalin) specifically for the treatment of fibromyalgia (FM). Everywhere there was a hope that this action could only mean that FM was officially "real". I did not share in the enthusiasm. My husband, David, has fibromyalgia. Having FM was a medical stigma and many health care professionals had the attitude that it was a psychosomatic disease, meaning, all in the patient's head. Would having a designer drug make a difference?

Will Anti-Aging Supplements Work for You?

Posted by Margy Squires on 9/15/2017 to Anti-Aging

Antique Store SignLongevity. Anti-Aging. Buzz words of our times for good reason as the workforce extends into the 70s and life beyond age 75. So the question is, will supplements help in your quest to stay as healthy as possible and slow that ticking clock? If you stick around long enough, are you an antique? One of the definitions for antique is "a work of art that has high value because of its considerable age".

Why Gluten Free Supplements & Skin Care?

Posted by Margy Squires on 8/24/2017 to Celiac

Loaves of BreadEver get questioned why you are gluten free? I get asked a lot, often accompanied by a look that suggests I am being health obsessive. For instance, when I won't eat a salad that is served with "only a few croutons" crowning the lettuce. People have no idea how I would love to eat that crouton! Unfortunately for me, it's a medical necessity to avoid gluten as I was diagnosed celiac several years ago. And I've been sleuthing out gluten ever since. What I put in my mouth and what I put on my skin makes all the difference to my health.

Lutein & Zeaxanthin: Visions of Being Brainy

Posted by Margy Squires on 7/28/2017 to Anti-Aging

Dog protecting eyes with sungalssesIt seems these two colorful carotenoids are more than just eye "candy"! Carotenoids are pigments found in fruits and veggies that give them their bright colors. When your parents said carrots were good for your eyes, they were right! Carrots provide quite a bit of these carotenoids, mainly as lutein and zeaxanthin (zee-uh-zan-thin). Lutein and zeaxanthin are renowned for eye health. So what's all this have to do with the brain?