Did you know that everyone has quite a large organ in their body that they do not even know about? Or that 10% of the cells in your body are not even human?
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.
Stress is a person’s total response to environmental demands or pressures. Some stress is good but it can be harmful if it occurs over a prolonged period of time.
A healthy shining beautiful complexion shows that you have the right level of water intake and are making the right nutritional choices (whether from foods or supplements).
From about age 45 I have had ongoing problems with minor skin conditions on my head, face and hands, the common type called solar keratosis.
I’ve continually tried to improve my diet over the years (probably to the point of being a fanatic).
How we nourish and care for ourselves on a daily basis is paramount to achieving overall good health, including the health of our largest organ – our skin.
Coenzyme Q10 is also known as vitamin Q10 despite not actually being a vitamin, as the body produces its own supply.
A high ratio of Omega 6 fat to Omega 3 fat in our modern New Zealand diet is resulting in major health problems.
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.
Although some forms of Omega 6 fats are essential for good health, it is now clear that excess Linoleic acid (a common type of Omega 6 vegetable fat extracted from seeds) is a massive problem in our modern diet.