As with all our other organs, our eyes degenerate as a natural consequence of ageing so it’s important to take care of them to keep them as healthy as possible.
Methylation is a biochemical process involved in many important functions in the body
B Vitamins are water soluble, which means they dissolve in water and can’t be stored in the body.
Zinc is an important mineral that plays an essential role in immune function, wound healing, fertility, thyroid and prostate health.
Iron is necessary for oxygenation, energy production, cell respiration and immune function.
Magnesium is one of seven essential macrominerals. It is vital for many functions in the body including muscle and nervous system support.
Calcium is one of the minerals necessary for strong bones and teeth. 99% of calcium is stored in the bones and teeth.
Omega 3 Oils are anti-inflammatory, whereas in high doses, Omega 6 Oils can be pro-inflammatory.
Even in sunny South Africa, more and more people are deficient in Vitamin D. This is due to the fact that people wear sunscreen to prevent sun damage from harmful UV rays and also because we spend more time indoors, working or playing on computers.