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Collagen - not just for our skin

Collagen - not just for our skin

Collagen is the most abundant protein found in all mammals and although it is vitally important for the strenght and integrity of our skin
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Staying well while travelling

Staying well while travelling

Getting diarrhoea, or sick in any way in a foreign country is a sure way to ruin your holiday. There are a few things that you can do before and during your holiday to ensure you return home refreshed, with renewed energy.
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What supplements I take when travelling

What supplements I take when travelling

Have you ever noticed that you often get ill when you are travelling? You are not imagining it and there are many reasons why this occurs.
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Astragalus: not just for immunity

Astragalus: not just for immunity

Astragalus racemosa is the botanical name for astragalus, a member of the fabaceae (legume) family of plants.
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The anti-inflammatory diet and autoimmunity

The anti-inflammatory diet and autoimmunity

Inflammation can manifest itself in many different ways in the body, including pain and various illnesses and imbalances.
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Promote physical and mental health and body rejuvenation

Promote physical and mental health and body rejuvenation

You may remember that in our January/February catalogue I wrote about my five favourite natural remedies.
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The immune system

The immune system

Our immune system is an intricate network of cells, tissues and organs that all work together, to defend the body against attacks by “foreign invaders”.
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Zinc - a vital mineral

Zinc - a vital mineral

Zinc is a trace mineral that has been shown to be deficient in some New Zealand soils,
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Vitamin C and Iron

Vitamin C and Iron

As with most nutrients, iron is absorbed in the intestines. There are two different types of iron – heme,
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Minerals

Minerals

Minerals are defined as being naturally occurring chemicals which are solid at room temperature, represented by a chemical formula, usually not resulting from the activity of living organisms and with an ordered atomic arrangement.
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The CAA Story

The CAA Story

I thought I would share with you the story behind our CAA-Multi capsules and how CAA-Multi came to be our top selling product.
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Understanding vitamin A, carotenoids and beta carotene

Understanding vitamin A, carotenoids and beta carotene

Vitamin A was the first fat soluble vitamin recognised, in 1913, being fully identified in 1930.
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