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News Focus - June 2023

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Is CoQ10 good for your gums? 

 

Co-Enzyme Q10 or CoQ10 as it is commonly known has been associated with heart health, cholesterol and energy for decades, but exciting research now identified CoQ10 as a potential ingredient to support oral health, specifically, gums. Read the full article to keep your smile in style. Link to article.

 

Supplement may support macular health and protect eyes – expert recommends


Carotenoids, compounds found naturally in certain plants, hold nutritive value when it comes to keeping our peepers healthy. In this article you will discover the impact these nutrients have on eye health and which foods to add to your shopping basket this summer.Link to article.

IN OTHER NEWS

Best supplements for PCOS: From myo-inositol to vitamin D

 

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a condition affecting women caused by an underlying hormone imbalance. Often conventional interventions are offered to support those with the condition. This piece however looks at how including supplements alongside a healthy diet plan might be helpful.Link to article

The vitamins, fruits and vegetables to prioritise this season

 

Summer is officially here so it’s natural to make dietary tweaks to reflect the warmer weather. Salads, fruit and more Mediterranean themed meals are on the menu. Explore delicious seasonal recipes and the nutritional credentials of the abundant summer crops.Link to article

Acute vs. chronic: Types of insomnia and their causes

 

Insomnia is a pervasive sleep disorder affecting as many as 16 million people in the UK. Acute insomnia can last for a few weeks or days, but chronic insomnia persists for much longer. Grow your knowledge, learn the symptoms, and discover techniques and supplement suggestions to support better sleep.Link to article

Vitamin deficiency that could raise your risk of type 2 diabetes

 

More commonly associated with lifestyle factors such as inactivity and being overweight, now new evidence suggests that being deficient in a certain vitamin could also raise the risk of the blood sugar condition. An interesting study-based article with diet and lifestyle recommendations.Link to article

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