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.
Shatavari is a safe and highly regarded Ayurvedic herb (Indian traditional medicine) that has been used for thousands of years for maintaining reproductive health through all stages of a woman’s life.
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.
Life can run a smoother path when we indulge in generous amounts of laughter and smiles.
Cholesterol is a soft, waxy substance, needed for countless functions in every cell of our body and brain.
Coenzyme Q10 (Ubiquinone) or CoQ10 as it is commonly known, is a natural, orange coloured, youth hormone-type substance made by our body.
In addition to good diet and nutrition there are many herbs to benefit the overall health of the digestive system.
Probiotics literally translates into ‘for life’ – this emphasizes the importance of these tiny friendly bacteria present in our gut.