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The Feel Good Factor

We all go through bad patches because of changes, traumas and losses in life therefore our ability to bounce back into life with renewed enthusiasm is a big deal. This implies recharging >>

Iron Deficiency and Anaemia

Iron deficiency is a common problem, especially for women. In fact, 5% of women between the ages of 20 and 49 have iron deficiency with anemia and 11% have iron deficiency without >>

B Vitamins Clean Out Arteries

For decades official medicine ignored the scientific evidence suggesting that lack of three vitamins of B group – B6, B12 and, the most important, folic acid (B9) – can trigger heart and >>

Fulvic Minerals – A hidden Health Treasure

If you could travel back in time and observe our planet 35 million years ago when enormous rain-forests covered much of the earth’s land, you would see plants of enormous size. Their >>

CoQ10 Ubiquinol is fuel for your heart

We generally consider food as the fuel that gives us energy but it may be also worth looking at one advanced nutrition that fuels our everyday functions at both the cell and >>

Why Should You Be Passionate about Vitamin C?

Most of us know that Vitamin C is good for us – we buy supplements, we consume fruits and drinks rich in it. But exactly how and why is it good? It >>

Stress and Heart Diseases: B-Calm – Natural Stress Relief

When you experience stress, your body goes through a series of physiological responses that feed into your nervous system and circulatory system. It is well documented that stress has a substantial affect >>

Melatonin: better sleep and greater protection against damage to DNA

Your body has its own internal clock that regulate your natural sleep and wake cycles. Melatonin is better known as a hormone made in your body by the pineal gland (a small >>

Vitamin D3 and Cancer

Vitamin D’s best-known role is to keep bones healthy by increasing the intestinal absorption of calcium. Without enough vitamin D, the body can only absorb 10% to 15% of dietary calcium. However, >>

Health Tips – The top five things to remember about vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 deficiency should be on your radar screen for several reasons. Prevention, early detection, and treatment of vitamin B12deficiency are important public health issues, because they are essential to prevent development of >>

Are All Fruits Good for you

Fruits and vegetables contain lots of vitamins and minerals to keep the body healthy, and the recommendation is to eat five portions a day. But non organic fruits can contain  toxins from >>

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Vitamin B12 vs Multiple Sclerosis

Numbness in arms or legs, balance problems and lack of co-ordination – all these conditions can be a sign of multiple sclerosis (MS) which can strike adults aged between 20 and 40 years although symptoms can appear at any age. No two cases of MS present in the same way: some symptoms come and go and others stay. It is a very unpredictable disease.

If you have these conditions and a question concerning diet and supplements that may have direct effects on MS. There is no consent among experts regarding the cure to MS yet, but it turns out that people with MS are at higher risk of vitamin B12 deficiency. Low levels of vitamin B12 can mimic and exacerbate many MS symptoms, including fatigue, depression and memory loss.

Fulvic Minerals – A hidden Health Treasure

If you could travel back in time and observe our planet 35 million years ago when enormous rain-forests covered much of the earth’s land, you would see plants of enormous size. Their root systems reached deep into the earth where they could tap rich sources of inorganic minerals and convert them into biologically-friendly minerals via photosynthesis. When these giants died, the organic minerals within their structures were re-deposited and combined with fulvic acids created by soil microbes. Through this process, more complex and diverse fulvic acid mineral colloids were evolved. Over millions of years of this life and death cycle, very rich and rare Fulvic Mineral deposits were gradually formed. These deposits never did turn into oil or coal. Until recent, Fulvic acid minerals has been entirely overlooked or misunderstood. New studies have come up with some amazing facts.

CoQ10 Ubiquinol is fuel for your heart

We generally consider food as the fuel that gives us energy but it may be also worth looking at one advanced nutrition that fuels our everyday functions at both the cell and molecular levels. Each time your muscles contract, your body use ATP – energy molecules in your cells. If you decided to make push ups in a row, say a hundred, you will soon reach the point when you will not be able to make another single one – a condition called burn out. This means that at this point you have exhausted your ATPs which are generated in your cell with help of coenzyme CoQ10 – a kind of fuel for ATPs.

The most important muscle in your body is heart which is the largest consumer of the non-oxidised form of coenzyme CoQ10 called Ubuquinol. Heart also stores Ubiquinol as a bank account your money. Our body can naturally produce CoQ10 but around age of 40 production of this biochemical is drastically go down and our aging process accelerates. It addition, the people taking cholesterol lowering medication – statins drug- suffer the most because depletion of CoQ10 by these drugs. Many doctors recommend a Ubiquinol supplement when they prescribe a cholesterol in order to reduce harm by this medication to their patients CoQ10 reserves.

Why Should You Be Passionate about Vitamin C?

Most of us know that Vitamin C is good for us – we buy supplements, we consume fruits and drinks rich in it. But exactly how and why is it good?

It is commonly known that Vitamin C can help with colds. However, some studies could only confirm that extra vitamin C may shorten the duration of a cold and making the symptoms more mild only. For example, in 2004, a group of Australian researchers found a consistent benefit in adults – a reduction in cold duration of eight percent. Nonetheless, vitamin C (or ascorbic acid) is an essential nutrient which is required for the growth and repair of tissues in all parts of your body.

Are You At Risk For Vitamin B-12 Deficiency?

Vitamin B12 is found in animal-derived foods such as meat, eggs and milk. This essential vitamin keeps nerves and red blood cells healthy. Deficiency can lead to nerve damage, anemia, tiredness, depression and numbness in the hands and feet. As we get older, we lose some of our ability to absorb B12 from food. It was observed that one in 200 elderly people lack the gastric secretions necessary to absorb B12 altogether. In addition, people with diabetes have a heightened risk of vitamin B12 deficiency.

Causes of Vitamin B12 Deficiency:

For the body to get enough vitamin B-12, three physiological processes should be undertaken –

Stress and Heart Diseases: B-Calm – Natural Stress Relief

When you experience stress, your body goes through a series of physiological responses that feed into your nervous system and circulatory system. It is well documented that stress has a substantial affect on the heart. Some of short lasting stress can be good for the heart. For example, physical exercise can put the heart under a degree of stress that is, generally agreed, to be beneficial provided that heart is not suffering from any disease.

However, if this stress is prolonged or gets chronic due to daily stress at work then the heart is forced to work harder for longer. It is believed that the stress hormones (adrenaline and cortisol which increases heart rate, directs blood flow to the muscular system and releases fats into the bloodstream for use as energy) make blood thicker and stickier in preparation for any potential wound or injury. but in chronic stress this protective mechanism causes blood clots to form within the bloodstream because the body reacts to all stress in the same way.

Lack of Sleep Contributes to Heart Disease and Stroke

Not getting enough sleep may have more serious consequences than dark circles under your eyes the next morning. Current studies indicate that people who regularly sleep less than six hours a night have quadruple the risk of suffering a stroke than those who get seven or eight hours of sleep. A lack of sleep is linked  to a range of disorders which often lead to early death. According to the study of hundreds of thousands of people across eight countries, chronic short sleep results into production of specific hormones and chemicals in the body which increases the risk of developing high blood pressure, strokes, heart disease and other conditions such as high level of cholesterol, diabetes and obesity.

Melatonin: better sleep and greater protection against damage to DNA

Your body has its own internal clock that regulate your natural sleep and wake cycles. Melatonin is better known as a hormone made in your body by the pineal gland (a small gland in the brain) to help control these cycles. The principal factor affecting melatonin production is light which inhibits the secretion of this hormone while darkness istigates the pineal gland to increase melatonin secretion. At the same time many studies revealed that, in addtion to its sleep-enhancing benefits, this hormone acts as a powerful and versatile antioxidant which protects both lipids and proteins against damage by scavenging some of the most dangerous free radicals in the body.

Vitamin D3 and Cancer

Vitamin D’s best-known role is to keep bones healthy by increasing the intestinal absorption of calcium. Without enough vitamin D, the body can only absorb 10% to 15% of dietary calcium. However, the less known fact is that Vitamin D has an important role in regulating cell growth. Laboratory experiments suggest that it helps prevent the unrestrained cell multiplication that characterises cancer by reducing cell division and restricting tumor blood supply (angiogenesis), increasing the death of cancer cells (apoptosis), and limiting the spread of cancer cells (metastasis).

Folic Acid helps to combat heart disease

Folic acid (vitamin B9), together with vitamin B12, is necessary to form red blood cells. The form of folic acid occurring naturally in food is called ‘folate’. Folate is found naturally in a wide variety of foods and is also present in foods fortified with folic acid. Deficiency of folic acid can cause a type of anaemia (reduced oxygen-carrying ability of red blood cells) called ‘macrocytic’ (large cell) anaemia. Both vitamins together also help nerves to function properly are also essential for the formation of DNA (genetic material) allowing each cell to replicate perfectly.

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