In this day and age, it’s all about being the best version of ourselves we can be. That feeling is followed by the seasonal wave of people looking for their immune support supplement. But here’s the thing about immune support: it’s an all-year-long effort.
Simply put, Vitamin K is a group of fat-soluble vitamins. Some people say Vitamin K might be the missing link in our dietary troubles and even chronic conditions.
According to statistics released by the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG), as many as one in six South Africans suffer from anxiety, depression or substance-use problems (and this does not include more serious conditions such as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia).
At this time of year most people are looking forward to a much needed break after a long year of work behind them but is your immune system equipped to fight off the last few weeks and even holiday stress? Here are our tips for improved immune support.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle when summer socialising is on a roll is difficult, to say the least. And while celebrating with a constant flow of champagne, carbs and sugar should be enjoyed, bear in mind your liver may take strain from the toxins these foods produce.
All the festive season eating, drinking and merry-making is great for the soul but not so great for the poor old liver, the organ responsible for breaking down carbohydrates, making glucose, and detoxing the body. It also stores nutrients and creates bile, which is necessary to properly digest and absorb the nutrients in food.
It is quite easy to get herbal, natural, organic and Ayurvedic products confused, since many people use the terms interchangeably and sometimes the meanings often overlap, but legally there is a difference in their definition.