The Theralogix Blog

Do Men Need a Prenatal, Too?   

Prenatal vitamins are non-negotiable for pregnant women to keep mom and baby healthy.* Even most women trying to conceive add a preconception or prenatal supplement to their routine to make...

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5 Critical Nutrients In Your Pre-Pregnancy Vitamins

As you start to think about growing your family, you prepare yourself mentally and emotionally for the challenges of pregnancy and parenthood. But it’s also important to prepare yourself physically...

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PCOS and Fertility Supplements

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and fertility go hand-in-hand, but advances in research and medicine have made it so much easier for women with PCOS to achieve a healthy pregnancy. If...

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What Sets Theralogix Apart 

You’ve got endless choices in the supplement world. In fact, it’s estimated that over 1,000 new dietary supplements hit the market every single year, and they’re all right at your...

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What to Look for in an Omega-3 Supplement

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend eating 8-10 ounces of fish or seafood per week. Sure, fish are a great source of protein, but what earns them such an important...

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Other Important Breastfeeding Nutrients

What do vitamin D, iodine, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and choline all have in common? They’re all important nutrients for breastfeeding. They’re considered the elite few – an exclusive club of...

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Prenatal Vitamins: The Nutrients You Need & When You Need Them

You find out you’re pregnant and your mind starts racing with questions: What do you eat? How much weight should you gain? Can you still exercise? Information is everywhere, and...

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PCOS Myths and Facts: Part 2

Here’s the thing: you know that your healthcare provider is the best source of information about how to manage PCOS. But, the internet is tempting, and every once in a...

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7 Natural Ways To Keep Your Prostate Healthy

The prostate is a walnut-sized gland that sits between the bladder and the penis, just in front of the rectum. While there are factors that affect your prostate health that...

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