Prebiotics v. Probiotics
How Prebiotics and Probiotics Work Together The human body cannot digest prebiotics on its own. Prebiotics serve as food for probiotics, which are tiny living microorganisms, including bacteria and yeast.
Why You Should Incorporate Blue Algae Into Your Diet
What is Algae? Blue Algae is an edible form of algae, which is rich in micronutrients important to our health. Microalgae are tiny photosynthetic plants containing chlorophyll, the substance that gives them their intense green color.
What are the benefits of spirulina?
Squeeze Dried is going to be introducing a new flavor to our lineup… Mermaid Lemonade. I found an article that showed the many benefits of Spirulina, the main ingredient in Mermaid Lemonade. Check it out below.
Orange Turmeric Ginger Tea (and The Benefits of Turmeric)
This is probably not your first rodeo with Turmeric or Curcumin but it is something that many struggle to make taste good without a lot of effort. Over at Squeeze Dried, we tweaked it to maximize benefits and taste. If you haven’t heard about Turmeric or Curcumin before, it is one of the hottest trends on social media and the health community. With the all the incredible natural benefits, that are centered around turmeric, we wanted to kick it up a notch with some added ingredients in Squeeze Dried Orange Turmeric. Here is the low down on turmeric and all amazing benefits!
What is EMS training?
Can you imagine getting the effects of a three-hour workout in only 20 minutes? It very well might be possible. A new wave of fitness is making its way west from London, and it's called EMS training. Have you heard of it? Seen it on Instagram? It's still so new in the States that not many people in the US have tried it yet. We're going to give you the rundown of this training style that claims to be the future of fitness.
What is the Keto Diet?
The ketogenic diet (or keto diet, for short) is a low carb, high-fat diet that offers many health advantages. In reality, over 20 studies show that this type of diet can help you enhance your health and lose weight. Ketogenic diets may even have benefits against diabetes, cancer, epilepsy and Alzheimer's disease).
5 Ways to make the most of your weekend
A long weekend can often be the light at the end of the tunnel-- the spark that defibrillates you back to life. Too often, the hype of weekend is built all week and then over in a blink! In light of Labor Day weekend, we want to remind you how to make the most time, to ensure that it is revitalizing and refreshing rather than gone too soon. Here are 5 ways to relax and make the three day weekend labor-free. These tips apply to any and every weekend!
THIS IS HOW MANY CALORIES YOU BURN FROM WALKING.
Walking may seem simple, but it sure can do plenty of great things on your body. You may think going for a wander is a lazy person's way of getting fit, but it is not. In fact, walking is still a ridiculously great exercise. It not only improves your cardiovascular health and increases circulation, but it's also a fantastic way to fight life-threatening ailments.
Rip. Pour. Shake. That’s our easy directions. But you shake and shake… shake and what the heck, this Apple Cider Vinegar will not dissolve all the way! My bottle looks like a snowglobe! Do I have a bad batch? Am I doing something wrong? That looks weird. Don’t worry. I am going to let you in on a little Squeeze Dried secret -- our (not so) secret ingredient. LEMON RIND.
You're Not Drinking Enough Water
The human body is made up of 60% water. During the day, we lose water through urine, sweating, and even breathing! In fact, we lose 3.4 cups of water a day to just sweat and breathing!
7 Tips for a Fit Summer Body
Summer is right around the corner... do you have your summer body ready? No? Well neither do I:) but that's ok... we have your 7 tips to start your summer off right and look your best in and out of your bathing suit.
What's The Best Way To Train For A Marathon?
Have you ever wanted to run a marathon but just didn't know how to start? Well, so did I... Participating and completing a marathon is a real benchmark for anyone. But how and what do I actually have to train, and how much?