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Nikken Articles :

Healthy Child introduces Easy Steps to Healthy Home Improvement

Brought to you by Healthy Child Healthy World and Nikken

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September 3, 2014

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Discover Freedom: The Nikken Opportunity

If you can dream it, you can live it!

 

September 3, 2014

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Nikken Vision 2014

As announced by President & CEO Kurt Fulle

 

September 3, 2014

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Testimonial Tuesday

Share your story and become a social media star!

Share your Nikken story for a chance to be featured
on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and/or Google+!

July 2, 2014

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Nikken 40th Anniversary Global Celebration

Believe, Grow, Prosper

 

May 6, 2014

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Kenzen® Vital Balance™ packets

Good to go.

Go beyond healthy weight management — with natural cognitive support, detox and probiotic benefits in every 125-calorie serving.

October 30, 2013

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Your Private Jet

New PiMag MicroJet Shower System

A scientific discovery regarding the nature of water bubbles was the inspiration for a technology built into the new PiMag® MicroJet™ Shower System. Bubbles are part of the story — but as with any Nikken innovation, there's more to the MicroJet than one feature alone.

May 18, 2013

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Now with bubbles!

Updated Vital Environment Pack

Featuring the new PiMag® MicroJet™ shower system, the Vital Environment Pack works harder than ever to make your house — or any indoor living environment — a healthy Nikken home.

May 18, 2013

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Replace your Nikken filters!

It’s that time again

Daylight Saving Time is here — a great reminder to change your Nikken air and water filters! To ensure optimum performance, filters should be replaced at least as often as specified in the operating manual for your unit.

February 25, 2013

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Set it and Forget it!

Choose Nikken Autoship today

Best of all, you can schedule recurring automatic shipments of Kenzen® nutritionals, True Elements® Skin Care and Air Wellness® or PiMag® replacement filters for monthly, bimonthly, quarterly or semiannual delivery!

February 25, 2013

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Nikken Kenko™ Products

Discover our newest technologies

Launched in November, these exciting Nikken Kenko products are flying off our warehouse shelves.

February 19, 2013

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Shipping Rate Adjustments

Effective February 2014

While Nikken strives to maintain competitive shipping fees, recent increases in common carrier rates have made it necessary to update our pricing structure.

February 19, 2013

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Wellness in the News

Fish Oil Linked to Cancer Risk
Fish Oil Linked to Cancer Risk


Kenzen® nutrition offers the benefits without fish oil

Multiple major news outlets have reported on a recent study that found a link between fish oil supplementation by men and an increased risk of prostate cancer. Touted for supporting healthy heart, brain, nerve and eye function*, omega oil supplements — often sourced from fish oils — have grown in popularity, complicating this issue for many health-conscious individuals.

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Air Pollution and Public Health
Air Pollution and Public Health

Industrial growth and minimal environmental standards are contributing to unsafe levels of air pollution in many areas around the world. The World Health Organization rates pollution levels according to the Air Quality Index, with an AQI rating of 20 considered optimal. As the AQI value increases, so do the health risks. At the upper end of the spectrum, a ranking of 300 to 500 is deemed hazardous, triggering emergency warnings. ABC News reported that air pollution levels in Beijing have averaged 300 in recent weeks, but a new high recorded by the U.S. Embassy in Beijing charted off the scale at a whopping 755.

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Nutrition, Weight, Probiotics
Focus on nutrition, weight management and probiotics


Fructose and the brain: think fat

A study published in the January 2, 2013 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association may help explain why fructose, a common additive in processed foods, has been implicated in the obesity epidemic. Using brain magnetic resonance imaging on adult volunteers, a team led by Kathleen A. Page of the Yale University School of Medicine looked at the ways that different sugars were metabolized. They found that ingestion of glucose — but not fructose — correlated with higher levels of hormones that produce feelings of fullness and satiety. This suggests that fructose has a lesser or perhaps no effect on this natural weight-regulation mechanism.

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