While vitamin C is essential to boost your immune system, there is one other important vitamin that could help you fight off a Coronavirus infection - and help improve your chances of survival.
Zinc may come to mind - albeit a mineral, not a vitamin... Some research has shown that like vitamin C, zinc could help reduce the flu-like symptoms... It's been shown to prevent the virus from multiply... ››› more
You understand the importance of multivitamins, but with seemingly countless varieties to pick from, how do you know which are the best multivitamin capsules for men?
Read on for some tips to help you choose multivitamins capsules that will help you in your quest for optimal health and wellness!
Things to consider when choosing the best multivitamin capsules for men
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While vitamin C is fantastic for preventing colds, this isn't the only health benefit that it offers...
According to a recent study published in the journal Ophthalmology, this water-soluble vitamin that's naturally present in foods like citrus fruits, papayas, broccoli and tomatoes may also help prevent something more serious - cataracts.
“While we cannot totally avoid developing cataract... ››› more
Imagine a single drink that can fuel your whole body and increase collagen production for younger-looking skin...
Sounds too good to be true, doesn't it? Well, it's not - look no further than this apple, pear and cherry health-booster that's brimming with lutein plus vitamins A, B, C and E! It's also low in fat, saturated fat, sodium and cholesterol - what more could you ask for?
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By now you've likely heard about kombucha; a fermented drink that packs an impressive dose of gut-friendly probiotics. You may also have heard that it's one of the best things you can sip on to take back your gut health. While this is true, the benefits of kombucha don't stop at probiotics...
If you're looking to support your digestive system, increase your vitamin intake, cut back on caffeine... ››› more
Vitamin C has fantastic antioxidant and anti-ageing powers. This is the very reason that I love using it in a face mask to rejuvenate and freshen up my skin!
To learn how to mix up a quick and easy vitamin C face mask made with powdered vitamin C, vitamin E pills and liquid Co-Q10 at home, keep reading.
The skin benefits of vitamin C
The antioxidant properties of vitamin C known as ascorbi... ››› more
When I was a teenager, my mother introduced me to the world of natural skincare. This was a very exciting time in my life, for it made me realise that I could achieve glowing, clear skin with completely natural ingredients; most of which were already stocked in our kitchen cupboard.
I loved the simplicity behind it all, and I also loved how well my mother's wonderful skincare recipes worked! On... ››› more
A morning ritual celebrates the feeling of a clean slate and gets you off to a great start. Setting aside about 30 minutes of “me” time before diving into the daily grind is an excellent way to focus inward, to recalibrate and start the day with a fresh attitude and clear head.
Because as soon as you step out the door and tackle the morning commute, your 9-to-5 job, or an after-work event, ... ››› more
Pineapples don't just taste great - they provide some fantastic health benefits to your body! Here are my top reasons to love pineapple.
Five reasons to eat pineapple
#1: It’s great for digestion
Eating pineapple can help enhance your digestion, as bromelain aids in the breakdown of proteins in your body.
#2: It’s a brilliant source of vitamin C
Pineapple is a fantast... ››› more
Vitamins A and C are both great for boosting your immune system, and so is zinc. This tasty smoothie contains a combination of fruits high in vitamins C and A as well as yoghurt, which a fantastic source of zinc.
I like using watermelon instead of pawpaw if it's in season and nice and ripe. For a thicker smoothie, you can freeze the strawberries overnight before tossing them into your blender. ... ››› more
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