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Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), also known as ubiquinone, is a naturally occurring substance and an essential component of the mitochondria - the energy-producing unit within all our cells.
Last Saturday’s Family Fun Day fundraiser for Seamus Meade, held in St Kieran’s Community Centre, was a great success and the committee would like to thank everyone who helped out with organising the day. More than €4,000 was raised from the event.
It is not uncommon for women to have cysts on their ovaries. Very often ovarian cysts go unnoticed as they can be quite small and cause no pain or discomfort.
Silica is a necessary trace element in the human body. As a main component of collagen, it is critical for the formation of joint cartilage, ligaments, tendons, bone and lung tissue, blood vessels, as well as skin, hair, and nails.
‘Greens’ have been on the shelves of the natural product retailer almost since the industry’s ‘healthy lifestyle’ interest began. Spirulina, kelp, and other common seaweeds became the backbone of the emerging ‘greens as a powdered supplement’ market when the health food store was in its infancy. Hundreds of ‘green blend’ formulations have been introduced in the market in the last 30-plus years.
Sulphur is one of the most abundant minerals in the human body and it plays a very important role in the body’s organs and systems. It is a valuable component of collagen and is therefore needed for connective tissues, and for blood vessels, eyes, and joints. Sulphur binds collagen fibres together, which gives the skin its elasticity, keeping it younger-looking for longer.
Maca, sometimes referred to as ‘Peruvian Ginseng’, is a root vegetable native to Peru. It is very much like a radish and in Peru it is known as the ‘fountain of youth’ as it has a long traditional use for energy, stamina, and fertility.
Kathy Gleeson (Claremorris) was the winner of the fourth annual Padraig Cullina Memorial Irishtown 8k. The race was also a Mayo AC 2016 Vodafone C&C Cellular Club League race and the first of five upcoming Club League 8ks/5mile target races or bonus events, with points to be won by competing Mayo AC club members. The course is one lap starting and finishing near the community centre and has some tough stretches, particularly over the final two kilometres.
Beta glucans are naturally occurring in the cell walls of cereals, yeast, bacteria, and mushrooms which have historically been associated with immunity.
Chromium is an essential trace mineral which forms a major part of the glucose tolerance factor in the body, being responsible for the proper use of glucose. It is necessary for keeping blood sugars balanced.