Recent GFG Articles
Our Supplements & Body Care section is one of the most unique parts of our store. With experienced departments managers, a customer service desk, and regular training on new products, we offer a comprehensive approach to holistic health. We recently spoke with Pat and Morgan, our Supplements & Body Care Managers, to get the insideContinue reading “Explore GFG: Supplements & Body Care”
There are so many delicious items to choose from at Good Foods Grocery! We recently asked our employees what their favorite things in the store are, and they delivered! From supplements to fresh baked goods, frozen foods to local meats, we have tons of recommendations for you. Stop in the store and be on theContinue reading “Staff Picks”
It’s the first department you enter as you come in the store, and for good reason: our produce is delicious, nutritious, and ripe for the picking! We recently spoke with our Produce Manager, Mark to get the inside scoop on what makes our produce section so unique. “Our produce section carries a large variety ofContinue reading “Explore GFG: Produce”
Recent Wellness Newsletter Articles
A diet rich in nitrates from green leafy vegetables such as arugula, chard, collards, dandelion, kale, and spinach strengthens the lower body. In this study, doctors measured nitrates in the diets of 3,759 men and women, average age 49, and found those who got 91 mg of nitrates per day—81 percent from vegetables—could knee-lift 5.7Continue reading “Healthy Insight: Greens for speed”
Osteoarthritis In osteoarthritis (OA) joint cartilage, ligaments, linings, and nearby bone break down. The most common affected areas include hips, knees, hands, and spine, which become stiff and painful. Over-the-counter (OTC) medicines reduce symptoms, but donot have a clear clinical effect on the condition, and do have serious long-term side effects. Doctors are searching forContinue reading “Healthy Knees: Turmeric and curcumin reduce OA knee pain”
What is gingivitis? Gingivitis begins with red, swollen gums that bleed easily, and is reversible with treatment and good home care. Doctors also believe diet is an important factor. Micronutrients preserve periodontal health In this study, doctors collected diet information from 450 participants, average age 50, who also had an oral exam. Most were obese,Continue reading “Oral Health: Nutrients help ensure healthy teeth and gums”
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