OUR ORIGINS

When former pro-athlete, Greg Pryor, retired from Major League Baseball, he knew that maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle would always play a part in his future. 

After almost 30 years, Greg and his wife, Michelle continue to offer top-quality health and nutritional supplements to health enthusiasts across the globe.

Greg Pryor, founder of Life Priority Health and Nutrition

OUR TOP RECOMMENDATIONS


IMMUNE SUPPORT

The immune system is vital to our survival, but many people take it for granted. Here are some things you can do to support a healthy immune system.

Have a Healthy Diet

Your body needs the right nutrients and vitamins and in the right amounts.

Supplement Your Diet

There is no way to obtain the proper amount of nutrients from your diet alone, so supplements can help you reach the optimal level. Read More >>

Wash Your Hands

Make sure to frequently wash your hands thoroughly every day as an added benefit to your immune system.

MULTIVITAMINS 

Studies have shown that 90 percent of Americans are deficient in one or more vitamins or minerals.  

What to do?

One way to ensure you’re getting the right amount of nutrients and vitamins is use supplements in addition to a healthy diet.

Lifeguard

One Per Meal Lifeguard™ provides 27 different ingredients in one capsule. We recommend this product for beginners

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Lifeshield

Our ultimate, high-potency, multi-vitamin formula for the seasoned health  conscious consumer

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BRAIN HEALTH

Feed Your Brain – How To Prevent Cognitive Decline

Brain Food

The three most important neurotransmitters have been known for a long time: acetylcholine, noradrenaline, and dopamine. Read More >>

What can you do to improve your memory?

Take choline and vitamin B5. The vitamin B5 (also known as pantothenate) acts to convert the choline to acetylcholine more efficiently. Read more >>

HEART HEALTH

Why Long-Chain Omega-3 Fatty Acids Are Important

Fact 1

The heart is not just an organ, but it is a muscle that needs to be exercised

Fact 2

A diet that is deficient in omega-3 fatty acids, particularly EPA and DHA, results in altered cell membranes. 

Fact 3

Without a healthy membrane, cells lose their ability to hold water, vital nutrients, and electrolytes. Read more >>

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