If you are tuned in to current trends, then you must know that the conversation about probiotics has gathered momentum as of late - from medical communities to social media, everyone is talking about Probiotics. And, with good reason!
All probiotics should be swallowed and exposed to the intestinal environment since that is where they do their most good.
Vitamin K2 is a type of Vitamin K typically found in animals and fermented foods. Also known as menaquinone, Vitamin K2 is associated with several health benefits and cardiovascular benefits. Vitamin K2 is also divided into several subtypes – the most popular side chains are MK-4 and MK-7. Let’s discuss the difference between MK-4 and MK-7 and create a strategy for adding Vitamin K2 to your diet.
When most people think of calcium deficiency, the top things that come to mind are osteoporosis and bone fractures. But your body uses calcium daily in nail, teeth, bone, and heart functions. All of that needs to be replenished, or you’ll deplete calcium levels from your teeth and bones. Learn how to keep your calcium levels up and what your options are.
Americans are suffering from Vitamin D deficiencies – more than 40 percent of the population, according to recent studies. We all need different amounts of Vitamin D. It all depends on how deficient you are and how your body absorbs the vitamin D. That being said, this blog explains when is the best time to take your vitamin D.
Iron is a mineral that our body needs to perform many of its functions such as transportation of oxygen by the red blood cells, fighting off infections in infants, children, women, and men, improvement in muscle function and recovery, and improved memory, focus and ability to learn. It is incredibly important to watch your iron levels and make sure you are not deficient. If you are deficient, this quick guide will give you all the information you need to treat your iron deficiency.
When we created our Frunutta tablets, we had to consider how to make them dissolve. We had to use the safest ingredients in doing so; hence we chose the natural ingredient lactose sugar as opposed to other sugars such as sorbitol, sucrose, fructose, maltose, maltodextrin or other choices like mannitol, which is hard on the kidneys. We also chose lactose as a natural sweetener since it does not crystalize like other sweetener options under your tongue. Now, since lactose intolerance is very common nowadays, this ingredient has got a bad rep and we want to set the record straight on if the lactose in Frunutta will pose a problem for people with lactose intolerance.
Many consumers find themselves considering a new supplement and counting out the cost per vitamin. Now, while we understand that money is an important factor, it is important to be aware of the risks involved with consuming the cheap vitamin. In the article below, we explain the six disadvantages of going with the vitamins that has the “best” price. Because when it comes to vitamins and supplements, price should not matter. The label is what is the most important thing when choosing the better vitamin.