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Blog Posts: September 2017

Research supports multivitamin supplementation
Sat, 30 September, 2017
A study published last month has added support to the ability of multivitamins to fill in the nutrition gaps of a poor diet. While this is something that many experts in the world of dietary supplements take for granted, it's still commonplace in mainstream press and media to hear the....
Turmeric & black pepper need to be taken together
Mon, 25 September, 2017
Curcumin, the active ingredient in turmeric, has low bioavailability meaning that it's difficult for the body to absorb and use. However when it's combined with black pepper it works like magic!
Changing seasons require immune system boost
Tue, 19 September, 2017
Colds and flu seem to be rife when the seasons change - its down to a combination of shifts in temperature that allow a different group of viruses to flourish, and it's these viruses that make people ill. The daily nourishment of your immune system can make a huge difference to how yo....
Caffeine stops the body from absorbing calcium
Wed, 13 September, 2017
A lot of us opt to take supplements as part of our daily regime but we may be failing to reap all the benefits of what we're taking because we're swigging them down with the wrong drink.
Breakfast is key for childrens nourishment
Mon, 4 September, 2017
The old saying goes that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and it's something that nutrition and health experts have been going on about for years but new research has revealed that it is actually vital for the overall health of children and teenagers. According to the ....
Lutein can improve a child's academic performance
Mon, 4 September, 2017
A new study has found that high levels of lutein in children will lead them to perform better in school regarding of IQ and other academic and personal factors. Lutein is found in leafy green vegetables so here we have another reason kids need to eat their broccoli!
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