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Omega-3 Supplements During Pregnancy May Protect Children from High Blood Pressure - Even If They Become Obese

This article takes a look at a new study into pregnant women who eat a daily portion of oily fish or take fish oil supplements and how it affected their child’s blood pressure years later.  An interesting topic of discussion considering the link between high blood pressure and child obesity.

Read more on Mail Online..

Manage Cholesterol with Three Essential Supplements

Heart conditions are a leading cause for concern in the UK, often associated with cholesterol levels in the blood.  This piece identifies three nutrients essential for maintaining a healthy heart.

Read more on Express..

Combined Vitamin D3 and Omega-3 Supplementation May Be Helpful for Bone, Heart and Kidney’s

An insightful research-based study presents the health benefits of a combined nutrient approach for pre-menopausal women.


Turmeric Polyherbal Supplement May Help Reduce Facial Redness

A study putting a 4 week regime of turmeric to the test in an effort to improve facial redness in patients aged between 25-60.

Read more on Dermatology Advisor ...

Few Essential Oils Met Label Spec in Recent Test

We are happy to share this editorial as we are one of the few online Brands that meet quality and potency tests in our essential oils.


7 Tips to Protect Your Vision While Enjoying the Sun

With the recent unprecedented warm weather its necessary to consider staying safe in the sun. This article focuses on protecting eye health.

Read more on Healthline...

N-Acetyl-Cysteine and PCOS: How Can It Help?

An exploratory piece on a potent anti-oxidant known as NAC and how it may be helpful as part of a regime for women with polycystic ovarian syndrome.


Improve Recovery Time with Common Supplement

This commentary looks into how omega 3 fatty acids may help reduce muscle decline due to disuse.  A researched study taking a look at 20 participants.

Read more on Yahoo Style...



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