5-Hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) is the in-between step as the amino acid tryptophan converts to serotonin.
Tryptophan is an essential amino acid which we get from our diet, some of which is converted in the body into 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP).
Magnesium is the most seriously deficient bulk mineral in the New Zealand diet and symptoms of too little include many common health problems.
Maca (Lepidium meyenii) is a root plant from Peru which has been used for thousands of years to increase stamina, enhance libido and support fertility in both men and women.
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.
Because I have a 'sit down' job, I've tried many methods to control my weight but this 'Meal Skip' method has proved by far the easiest way to do it.
Our skin strength is supported by our production of collagen, which is the primary protein involved in all of our connective tissue.
This debilitating condition affects women more than men and over 50% of patients have a family history.
What are they? Where do they come from?
Carnitine is an essential nutrient for the transport of long chain fatty acids (Omega 3) into the mitochondria –basically it helps us make energy.
Yerba mate is a well known South American medicinal herb, also known as maté or erva maté and is very much the tea of the nation with its long history of use as a refreshing and rejuvenating tea beverage.
We humans are 18-20% protein by weight. Our skin, hair, cartilage, tendons, muscles and bones are all composed of the different proteins.