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Irish teenagers are missing out on important nutrients

Irish teenagers are not getting adequate quantities of important nutrients in their diets, with a significant number missing out on their recommended daily intake of calcium (51 per cent) and vitamin D (94 per cent), research has found.

Irish company SOMEGA launches liposomal vitamin C for optimum absorption and maximum health benefit

Cork-based food supplement business SOMEGA has just launched a new food supplement, SOMEGA Liposomal Vitamin C. SOMEGA was co-founded by husband and wife team, Mark Clifford and Dr Paula Gaynor who, between them, have more than 30 years of nutrition and food science expertise. According to Gaynor: “At SOMEGA, we work hard to produce premium food supplements that make a positive difference to people’s lives.”

Build a defensive glow as we leave lockdown

As we come out of lockdown, beginning to mix and mingle with other human beings, albeit at a safe distance, our immune system is going to need to be stronger than ever.

How do we get vitamin D?

With the days getting shorter, we are less exposed to sunlight. As a result, our bodies will produce less vitamin D. Our bodies use ultraviolet B (UVB) absorbed by the skin to make vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol).

Recharge your life with Source of Life Gold multi-vitamin

Nature’s Plus Source of Life Gold is no ordinary multivitamin. It is the ultimate whole food, whole body supplement delivering over 200 nutrients, including 120 food sources, 20 vitamins and minerals, 40 antioxidants and much more.

Natural remedies for colds, flu, and infection

Ultan Molloy, MPSI, HealthWest Community Pharmacy gives some advice on taking natural remedies.

A natural boost this winter

According to pharmacist Eamonn Brady of Whelehans Pharmacy Mullingar, there are some situations when you may feel a little run down or lacking energy due to conditions like stress or a cold or flu. Some natural supplements can provide a timely boost.

Fighting winter colds and flu

Diet is key

The Sproutsuma has landed

A Brussels sprout with seven times more vitamin C than a satsuma is to go on sale for the first time, ready for Christmas, exclusively at Marks&Spencer. Called the ‘Super C Sprout’, this unusual sprout is a new variety, which gram for gram contains nearly seven times as much vitamin C as a satsuma. This means that this Christmas you’ll only need to eat two Super C Sprouts with your Christmas lunch to get the recommended daily allowance of vitamin C!

 

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