Probiotics are first implanted in our body during natural birth and from breast milk. They then reproduce themselves, ideally for life. We need them to properly digest our food as well as for disease-protecting purposes.
Your body fat is mostly made from excess glucose. Glucose is the energy fuel that runs our bodies, rather like petrol fuels your car.
Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) is a sulphur compound that is naturally present in our body’s system. Predominantly MSM is used for its anti-inflammatory action on joints.
The mineral magnesium is required for numerous important metabolic and cellular reactions.
As I near age 70 my thoughts turn more and more to preserving my brain power, especially my memory and clarity of reasoning. I don’t think I’m alone in this.
Coenzyme Q10 is also known as vitamin Q10 despite not actually being a vitamin, as the body produces its own supply.
Heading toward a change of season is a great time to ensure you have access to good quality, herbal therapeutic remedies to help treat sore throats, coughs, colds and other respiratory issues that can arise when the weather and temperature becomes changeable.
Echinacea, Olive leaf, Garlic, Vitamin C and Zinc are superb choices for enhanced immunity and have the added benefit of antioxidant protection.
Many of us are deficient in a number of vitamins and minerals, for example, a New Zealand study
The Cayenne or chilli pepper plant Capsicum annuum is well known in many cuisines worldwide for its bright red conical shaped fruit. In fresh, dried, whole or powdered forms it is used to produce herbal treatments for internal and external use.
The main function of calcium is obvious with 99% of it being in our skeleton, the other 1% is vital for blood clotting and transmission of signals to cells.
Previous studies have proven that CoQ10 can substantially reduce blood pressure, and that is one reason that I have been taking this supplement myself every day for several years.