Chromium is an essential trace element, meaning that the human body needs it in very small amounts.
As with all vitamins, ideally we should get them from a healthy balanced diet. However that can be difficult these days even with the best of intentions.
Great news: after 40 years of being told to avoid foods that are high in cholesterol, experts have changed their minds, so you can eat them if you want to without fear.
A high ratio of Omega 6 fat to Omega 3 fat in our modern New Zealand diet is resulting in major health problems.
Pantothenic Acid (or vitamin B5 as it is now commonly known) is found in human breast milk and nearly all foods, but mostly in only tiny amounts, although 100 mg of liver can supply one day’s need.
Cholesterol is a soft, waxy substance, needed for countless functions in every cell of our body and brain.