At Nature’s Market, we’re always learning.

After more than 25 years in the business of health and wellness, we’ve acquired a lot of knowledge. But health research is always changing! These are some of the sources we use to bring you the most up-to-date products.

The largest organization in the US and abroad working to protect your right to utilize effective, safe, and cheap healing therapies, based on high-tech testing, diet, supplements, and lifestyle changes.

The world’s largest health homesteading website.

RightSleep is an innovative approach for sleep repair. Using vitamins that are readily available at any pharmacy, you can improve your sleep disorder, whether it’s insomnia, chronic fatigue or apnea.

The science of natural healing. Search more than 10,000 health topics.

Dr. J Flechas answers all your questions about hypothyroid. You can even order an iodine test through the lab referenced on this site.

Build stronger bones and teeth, clear arteries, and improve skin with one vitamin? Learn about the extraordinary new form of Vitamin K at this site.

A doctor's website, with a great healthy living protocol. You can read a weekly online newsletter reviewing current literature. This is a good site, especially if you like (or don't mind) the political commentary.

On this site you can read all of Dr. Guy Abraham's papers that discuss iodine, hypothyroid and fibrocystic breast disease.

Orthomolecular medicine describes the practice of preventing and treating disease by providing the body with optimal amounts of substances which are natural to the body.

Robert Lustig, M.D., M.S.L., specializes in the field of neuroendocrinology, with an emphasis on the regulation of energy balance by the central nervous system. He has fostered a global discussion of metabolic health and nutrition, exposing some of the leading myths that underlie the current pandemic of diet-related disease.

The website of our main vitamin line, featuring many excellent articles on nutrition and specific supplements; there is also a review of current literature. You can find descriptions and uses of many vitamins, and a product catalog.

The best source of news and information about Vitamin C (ascorbic acid). The Foundation is a consortium of physicians and other practitioners, healthcare activists, and other concerned individuals, as well as of health and nutrition oriented organizations and nutrient suppliers--all of whom are dedicated to promoting the extraordinary value of Vitamin C.

Dr. John Cannell presents a thorough examination of Vitamin D, which is, perhaps, the most cost-effective supplement available.