Windows 10 health apps, win10 health and fitness, fit apps

Natural Health on Mobile and Desktop: How to Use Our Android and Windows 10 Apps

Using Mobile and Desktop versions of HEALTHandMED app for Windows 10 and Android Not long ago, we released our apps for Amazon and Android as well as the updated app for Windows 10. Today, we’re going to give you some tips on how to use both apps and the unique features found in each version.…

Windows 10 desktop app, tablet app, HoloLens App

HEALTHandMED Version 2.0 for Windows 10 Released

Way back in February, we released our health webapp for Windows 10 which put some of the best functionality of our website at customers’ fingertips. Today, we’re following up with a major update with Version 2.0, now available in the Windows Store! Version 2.0 takes a very different approach than the webapp by providing faster,…

Whole Body Vibe Machines, GForce Dual Motor machine, Natural Health Products

Manually Programming Your GForce DUAL MOTOR Whole Body Vibration Power Vibe Plate Exercise Machine

How to Program User Settings Into GForce Dual Motor Power Vibe Plate Machine Now that you’ve purchased a Whole Body Vibration Machine it’s always good to know how to program it. While every single machine we ship comes with instructions, we understand that instructions themselves can get lost easily. That’s why we’ve decided to help…

Foot Baths, Healthy spa accessories, spas and tanning beds

When Shouldn’t I Use Ionic Detox Foot Baths?

Who Shouldn’t Use Ionic Detox Foot Baths? Ionic Detox foot baths are a great supplement to improving your overall health, but like any medical treatment, they come with their own dos and don’ts. At HEALTHandMED, we get a lot of questions about when someone should and should not use Ionic Detox Foot Baths and we’ve…


Do I Lose Important Vitamins and Minerals With Ionic Detox?

Ionic Detox and Its Effects on Vitamins and Minerals in the Body In addition to a question about Ionic Detox with nutritional supplements, we’re asked if the negative ion therapy itself will pull out needed vitamins and minerals. It’s a fair question, and the short answer is no. The long explanation involves taking into account…