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All teas (Green, Black, and Oolong) are derived from the same plant. The difference is in the preparation of the leaves. Green tea, unlike the others is not fermented, so the active ingredients remain unaltered.
Maca, sometimes referred to as ‘Peruvian Ginseng’, is a root vegetable native to Peru. Very much like a radish, in Peru it is known as the ‘fountain of youth’ as it has a long traditional use for energy, stamina and fertility.
The prostate is a small gland, about the size of a walnut and is situated just below the male bladder.
Galway has a new world record holder in rower Aifric Keogh, who claimed the fastest marathon distance at the weekend.
THIS POEM was written for a poetry competition the Galway City Council organised on the theme of ‘Eyre Square’ and it featured in my fourth poetry collection, The Ghost In The Lobby, published by Salmon in 2014.
Ashwaganda is an ayurvedic herb often referred to as ‘Indian Ginseng’ and is part of the traditional system of healing in India.
Sulphur is one of the most abundant minerals in the human body and it play’s a very important role in the body’s organs and systems.
Silica is a necessary trace element in the human body and as a main component of collagen it is essential for building bones, tissues, hair skin and nails.
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) also known as Ubiquinone, is a naturally occurring substance and an essential component of the mitochondria which is the energy producing unit within all our cells.
Most people are aware of the important role of calcium in the body. Magnesium and calcium go hand in hand, especially in relation to bone health, and also to ensure proper nerve impulse transmission. Magnesium has an influence on the metabolism and regulation of calcium so it is important to have a good dietary balance of both these important minerals. In fact magnesium is needed in order for calcium to be bound to tooth enamel.