Written by Kirsty Gillmore, Nutritional Therapist (BA Hons, DipCNM) and Nutrition & Sales Support for G&G Vitamins. http://www.livelovebalance.co.uk Summer is nearly over, and the smell of autumn is in the air. It’s a time of transition, a time to reflect … Continue reading 5 Supplements to take this Autumn
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
Written by Kirsty Gillmore, Nutritional Therapist (BA Hons, DipCNM). http://www.livelovebalance.co.uk Carbon 60 (also known as C60, Buckminsterfullerene, Buckyball and C60 Fullerene), is a recently discovered molecule that is thought to have powerful, positive effects on the human body. Since 1993, … Continue reading The Health Benefits of Carbon 60
Written by Kirsty Gillmore, registered Nutritional Therapist (BA Hons, DipCNM, mBANT, CNHC). http://www.llbnutrition.co.uk When taking supplements, it’s helpful to look for products that provide the greatest bioavailability to the body. Capsules offer numerous benefits over tablets. Here are some reasons … Continue reading Capsules vs tablets: What’s the difference?
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?
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
Guest Post Written by Kirsty Gillmore of @live.love.balance Photo by Jamie Street of Unsplash What is CoQ10? Coenzyme Q10 (abbreviated as CoQ10) is heavily involved in the conversion of glucose into energy in every cell of the human body. The heart … Continue reading What is the Difference Between CoQ10 Ubiquinone and Ubiquinol?
What is Niacin? Niacin is another term for vitamin B3, and it comes in two different forms; nicotinic acid and niacinamide (also known as nicotinamide). Both forms are found naturally in foods, but work slightly differently in the body. All … Continue reading What is Niacin?
Have you heard of the term “methylfolate”? And if you have, do you know what it is? It also goes by other names, such as folic acid, folate, folinic acid, methylfolate, 5-MTHF, L-5-methyltetrahydrofolate… but what are the differences? Well, I am here to clear things up for you! Continue reading What is Methylfolate?
I teamed up with Azita and Michaela of plant based blog, @vegang_z to take them on a tour through the G&G factory so they could see, for their own eyes, the intricate stages of producing supplements. As you’ll see from their feedback, … Continue reading Vegang visits the G&G HQ