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We work hard to be the best at nutrition and vitamins.  Behind the scenes, we read scientific research constantly to keep up with all the latest in supplements, food, and exercise.  We want our customers and clients to have the information they need to succeed.   We love to see you feel good!



Sundrops has the widest supplement selection in the metroplex. We stock natural brands like Bluebonnet, Jarrow, and Source Naturals as well as professional brands like Metagenics, Xymogen, and Pure Encapsulations.  We offer hard-to-find manufacturers like Life Extension and sometimes even source unique products from overseas.


20

Feb

2014

Nutritionist

Probiotics and Antibiotics Are More Effective Taken Together

Probiotics and antibiotics are more effective taken together, than antibiotics alone.  Urinary tract infections are quite common and the usual treatment option prescribed is antibiotics. In this study, researchers looked at whether taking probiotics along with the antibiotics would make any difference.  They recruited about 84 children who had recurring urinary tract infections. About half were […]

15

Feb

2014

Nutritionist

Korean Ginseng Supports Healthy Blood Sugar Levels

Korean ginseng supports healthy blood sugar levels, according to new research.  Many health conditions are correlated to impaired glucose-insulin function. Many therapies target this function as a way to improve overall health.  In this study, Korean red ginseng was used to see if it could improve blood sugar levels in those who had higher than […]

10

Feb

2014

Nutritionist

Omega-3 Intake Correlates To A Larger Brain

Omega-3 intake correlates to a larger brain, according to new research.  Our brains shrink as we age, but too much shrinkage has been associated with diseases of the brain. New studies are being done to understand why this happens and how we can support our brain health.  In this study, over 1,100 women had their […]

30

Jan

2014

Nutritionist

Omega-3 Fats May Improve Dry Eye Syndrome

Omega-3 fats may improve dry eye syndrome, according to newly published research.  Omega-3 fats are found in the eye and the study looked to see if they had a role in dry eye syndrome. Two hundred and sixty four adults with dry eye either got two capsules of omega-3 fish oil or placebo for three months. […]

07

Jan

2014

admin

A Fresh Look at Losing Weight

You try to lose weight, but you feel hungry.  You succeed in losing 20 pounds, but it comes back after a year.  Why can’t you lose weight and stay thin? While some researchers contend that each of us has a weight set point to which we return despite our best efforts, new research shows otherwise. […]

03

Jan

2014

Nutritionist

Vitamin E Slows Decline In Alzheimer’s Disease

 Vitamin E slows decline in Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study published the Journal of the American Medical Association.  This new study builds upon previous research that shows the role of vitamin E in our brain health as we age.  Patients with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s were given either a prescription medication or vitamin E […]

02

Jan

2014

Brooke

27

Dec

2013

Nutritionist

Magnesium May Improve Metabolic Syndrome

Magnesium may improve metabolic syndrome, according to a new study.  Metabolic syndrome is characterized as having high blood sugar, cholesterol, pressure and fat around the waistline. As we go into the new year, many of you may want to lose weight or just get healthier.  Your magnesium intake may play a crucial role. The research […]

23

Dec

2013

Nutritionist

Probiotics May Improve Heart Health

Probiotics may improve heart health according to a new study.  Researchers were looking to see what changes in lipids would occur with a high dose probiotic (VSL #3). Patients admitted to the hospital were given either placebo or VSL #3 for 7 days.  Blood samples were taken to compare lipids and markers of inflammation. Results […]

17

Dec

2013

Brooke

Are Multivitamins Useless? Don’t Be Fooled.

  Yesterday, articles in the media reported that multivitamins have been proven useless.  Most of the media reports go on to conclude that supplements as a group are pointless and their continued use by the population is truly perplexing.1 The supported evidence: Multivitamins given to elderly men don’t slow brain aging and multivitamins given to […]

25

Nov

2013

Nutritionist

Improve Your Workout with Curcumin

Improve your workout with curcumin.  New research shows that curcumin helps reduce oxidative stress. We produce free radicals during exercise, which is one reason we need antioxidants.  Curcumin is both anti-inflammatory and an antioxidant. In this latest study, individuals were either given placebo or curcumin before and after exercise.  Blood samples were also taken before […]

25

Nov

2013

Nutritionist

Lycopene May Reduce Blood Pressure

Lycopene may reduce blood pressure according to a new meta-analysis.  Researchers wanted to see if current studies supported the claim. They found six studies that met the requirements they were looking for.  Looking at their results they found that lycopene reduces systolic blood pressure, but not diastolic. The effect was greatest at doses greater than […]