Harvest Market carries nearly 2,000 nutritional supplements, vitamins, minerals, herbs, and homeopathic remedies, with at least 10 times that amount available to us through special orders from vitamin manufacturers and distributors. Shopping for supplements can be an overwhelming experience. Our goal is to provide you with the best quality products available, along with the knowledge to use them properly.

If you don’t take supplements, great! If you are healthy and can get all the nutrition your body needs to flourish and thrive by eating organic vegetables and fruit, consuming wild caught fish, pastured grass fed meats and dairy, and you know what foods to avoid, then you may not “need” to take supplements or remedies of any kind. view more

  • Exploring Collagen Peptides

    What’s the Buzz? Hydrolyzed collagen protein is a category at the top of many 2019 “must have” supplement lists, and for good reason. Known by an array of names and terms (collagen peptides, collagen hydrolysate, hydrolyzed gelatin, etc.), research indicates collagen peptides are a powerful anti-inflammatory food with pro-aging* properties for skin, hair, bones, connective…

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  • Ways to Use Essential Oils

    Cinnamon Antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory Cleaning: Research has demonstrated that cinnamon oil is potent enough to eliminate more than 20 types of bacteria, so if you want to go green with your cleaning (and enjoy a lovely, warming scent while cleaning) cinnamon oil is an ideal option. How to Use It: In a spray bottle mix…

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  • Ban Glyphosate Now!

    Harvest Market is joining forces with MegaFood to ban glyphosate for good! Glyphosate is a chemical in Monsanto’s herbicide, Roundup. The World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer has classified glyphosate as “probably carcinogenic in humans” and has linked its use to lymphoma. A growing number of countries are restricting or planning an outright…

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  • What is an Anti-Inflammation Diet?

    We received a follow up question on our “Top 5 Supplements Everyone Should Consider” post about how to follow an “anti-inflammatory” diet. The inquiry, from a Harvest Market fan named Patrica, is simply: “What to eat and what not to eat?” Now THAT is the question! Harvest Market’s Wellness Manager, Henry, did his best to…

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  • CoQ10 for Heart Health

    We are creatures of the heart. We all come equipped with an organ inside of us that not only pumps blood, oxygen, and nourishment throughout the body, but is also the beacon of love and compassion that we carry within us on a daily basis. Without our heart, we wouldn’t be able to live, so…

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  • Wild Rose Herbal D-Tox Kit

    Garden of Life Wild Rose Herbal D-Tox is a 12-day program formulated by Dr. Terry Willard, PhD, one of North America’s leading Clinical Herbalists. The program consists of four herbal formulas: 3 in capsule form and 1 in Herbal Extract liquid form. Most people know intuitively when they need a cleanse. Not surprisingly, many choose…

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  • Natural Factors Welcomes Us to Vancouver

    In October, 2018, Natural Factors provided several Independent Natural Food Retailers Association (INFRA) stores with an all expenses paid trip to visit one of their production facilities in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. My co-worker Holly and I were fortunate enough to win this trip and pack many adventures into a three day trip from Hockessin,…

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  • Top 5 Supplements Everyone Should Consider

    *** 2019 UPDATE *** Supplements. There’s a million of them. And Harvest Market carries over 2000 choices, with at least 10 times that amount available to us through special orders from vitamin manufacturers and distributors. Shopping for supplements can be an overwhelming experience, whether you are new to taking vitamins or have been a pill…

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  • Go Keto with Garden of Life

    Jump start your New Year’s Resolutions with Garden of Life’s new Dr. Formulated KETO line of products! What’s the Buzz? A ketogenic diet typically derives about 70% of total calories from healthy fats. The remaining 30% are derived from carbohydrates (10%) and proteins (20%). Eating like this gets your body into ketosis, in which fat…

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