Benefits of Zucchini Part 2

If you are looking for a way to lose weight healthily, it’s time for you to learn about the health benefits of zucchini. It plays a big role in weight loss while boosting the nutrient content of your diet. Moreover, it possibly helps enhance vision and prevent all the diseases that occur as a result of vitamin C deficiency like scurvy,…

Benefits of Zucchini Part 1

If you are looking for a way to lose weight healthily, it’s time for you to learn about the health benefits of zucchini. It plays a big role in weight loss while boosting the nutrient content of your diet. Moreover, it possibly helps enhance vision and prevent all the diseases that occur as a result of vitamin C deficiency like scurvy,…

Sugar Detox Plan Part 4

A proven sugar detox plan could mean the difference between you having an easier time losing weight, eating well, and feeling great or continuing to suffer with candida overgrowth, debilitating cravings and packing on pounds of excess fat. So if you’ve been gripped by sugar’s deadly claws, the powerful sugar detox plan in this post will…

Foods To Cool Down After Eating Spicy Food

So, you got a little overconfident and went with extra-hot buffalo sauce for your wings, added too many jalapenos to your nachos or were way too generous with the cayenne pepper while cooking dinner. Or maybe you just had no idea those peanuts were even going to be spicy. Whether on purpose or not, we’ve…

All About MSM

MSM stands for Methyl-sulphonyl-methane, also sometimes known as MSM-Sulphur. Sulphur is the 4th abundant element in the human body. MSM contains approximately 34% natural sulphur. Therefore MSM is thought to be the richest natural source of sulphur to humans. Dietary sources of sulphur include cauliflower, broccoli, kale, spinach, garlic. onion and eggs. In 1963 MSM…

All About Grapeseed Extract

The grape is produced by the climbing plant Vitis Vinifera. The plant is native to the Mediterranean, but can also be found in Central Europe and South West Asia. The Ancient Egyptians have documented their use of grapes in hieroglyphics, not only for wine, and food, but also for medicine. Grape seed extract is made…

All About Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3 is also known as Niacin, Nicotinic acid, and Nicotinamide. Vitamin B3 was discovered in 1937 by Casimir Funk. He was a polish biochemist that accidentally isolated Vitamin B3. At first it was named the pellagra preventing factor. Funk’s research didn’t become relevant until Joseph Goldberger attempted to analyse Vitamin B3 deficient diets of…

All About Chitosan

Chitosan is actually pronounced as “Kite-o-san”. Chitosan is an biological polysaccharides much like cellulose found in leaves. It is extracted from the exoskeletons of crabs, lobsters and other marine life. It is an indigestible fibre which means it has a calorie content of Okcal. It is advised that before taking Chitosan you take Vitamins A,…

All About Papain and Bromelain

Papain and Bromelain are proteolytic enzymes extracted from fruits. In the past, Papain has been used for meat tenderising and in some natural cosmetics. In years past Papain has been used to remove overgrown warts and boils. Papain and Bromelain have long been used to improve digestion. Helping to break down tough and stubborn food…

All About Lysine

The amino acid Lysine is often written as L-lysine. Lysine is categorised as an essential amino acid because it cannot be made by the body so must be consumed. Amino acids are made up of 3 nucleotides to make a codon. These are specific to the amino acid of which lysine has two, they are…