It goes without saying that the nutrients we need should, first and foremost, come from the food we eat. However, people often want to know what more they can do to make sure they are getting enough of each vitamin … Continue reading 10 Reasons You Should Take a Multivitamin and What to Look For
The appearance and health of the skin is determined by several factors. The weather can either age your skin if there is overexposure to the sun … Continue reading Ceramides: Anti-Ageing and the Skin
It was always the purpose of our founders, David & Sheila Gaiman, to make it possible for our high-quality, affordable supplements to be available to everyone, no matter where they live. To that aim, G&G has found distributors across Europe over the years, and recently we have set our sights on making G&G supplements to available online and in health shops in every continent. We are very excited to announce that we have found an excellent partner in the USA, making G&G products available across-the-pond. Our FDA-approved clean room in West Sussex has already started churning out our new United … Continue reading G&G Vitamins Crosses the Pond
What happens when we sleep? Our sleep works in a cycle of phases: Phase 1, 2, 3, 4 and REM. REM stands for, Rapid Eye Movement (characterised by fluttering eyes). Phase 1: This phase is light transitional sleep. In this phase you may … Continue reading What happens when we sleep and 8 ways to improve it
How many portions of fruit & vegetables should we eat? Nature cleverly provides us with the whole spectrum of colours in our foods, to ensure we eat all the different types of nutrients that will nourish and heal our bodies. … Continue reading Eat the Rainbow: How Many Portions of Fruit & Vegetables Should We Eat?
Are folic and and folate the same? Both folate and folic acid are different forms of vitamin B9. Folate is naturally occurring and can be found in foods such as dark green leafy veg, where as folic acid is synthetic … Continue reading Are Folic Acid and Folate the same?
What is Potassium Gluconate? Potassium is the most abundant electrolyte in the body. Potassium gluconate is a salt and often used in food supplements. It is an essential nutrient for cell function, particularly in excitable cells such as those found … Continue reading What are the Health Benefits of Potassium Gluconate?
What is Lecithin? Lecithin was first isolated from egg yolk in 1945, by a french chemist named Theodore Gobley. The name ‘Lecithin’ comes from the Greek word ‘Lekythos’, which means ‘egg yolk’. Lecithins are a group of yellow-pigmented fats containing … Continue reading What Are The Health Benefits of Lecithin?
What is Psyllium Husk? Psyllium husk is a natural fibre which helps keep us fuller for longer. It’s widely used for its bulk-forming effects in the bowel, making the stool softer and easier to pass. Psyllium husk is a low carbohydrate … Continue reading Low Carb Psyllium Husk Pancake Recipe
What is Astaxanthin? Astaxanthin is a red pigment and belongs to the carotenoid family alongside beta-carotene, lycopene, lutein and more. Astaxanthin occurs naturally in algae and is what provides fish such as salmon and trout with their pink colour. Astaxanthin … Continue reading The Health Benefits of Astaxanthin