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Arguably one of the least favourite months of the year, (maybe the best if you are an avid rugby fan), November is known for its dreadful weather; from bucket loads of rain to freezing temperatures, the days are dark and gloomy and people are less likely to go out and socialise; preferring to stay inside for warmth.
Vitamin B Complex is a food supplement containing vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B7 and B12.
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).
If you shun the sun, live in an area with low sunlight levels, avoid dairy products, or adhere to a strict vegan diet, you may be at risk for vitamin D deficiency. Known as the sunshine vitamin, vitamin D is produced by the body in response to skin being exposed to sunlight. It is also occurs naturally in a few foods, including some fish, fish liver oils, and egg yolks.
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.
ingredient for bone and teeth health and development in children (and adults), alongside calcium, protein and a good exercise routine. It also helps your immune system, and can help balance hormones.
Psoriasis is a chronic skin condition characterised by raised patches of red and scaly skin.
People are generally more health conscious in the summer, and whether hard at work or soaking up the rays, it is the right time to make the swap to Arrabawn Skim Plus Milk.
A food dehydrator delivers the vast majority of foods with the same vitamins and minerals as their fresh counterparts, in a remarkable array of concentrated flavours, nutrients, and enzymes.
A recent study by Irish doctors based in UCD and the Coombe Women & Infants University Hospital has found an increasing number of babies born with neural tube defects (NTD) such as spina bifida, anencephaly, and encephalocoele. Although NTDs are very rare, folic acid intake reduces the risk by promoting the development of a healthy spinal cord. It is a worry that almost 15 per cent of new mums had never taken folic acid. The study also found that only 14 per cent of women had taken folic acid pre-conception and nearly a half of women had only started to take folic acid after conception. It seems timely to get the message back out there.