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
Our vision is a precious gift that can easily be taken for granted. Below are a few excellent natural products that have often been used to support eye health: Lutein & Zeaxanthin Lutein is a carotenoid that is typically found … Continue reading 3 Products for eye health
Psyllium Husk is a fibre used primarily as a laxative made of Plantago ovata seeds. It is grown around the world but most commonly in India. Psyllium is comprised of 85% carbohydrates and the rest fat and protein. It is … Continue reading 5 Benefits of Psyllium Husk
You may have heard that ginger is a wonderful treatment for nausea, but there are many more reasons to add this versatile root into your diet – on a daily basis. With it’s warm, zesty flavour, it’s no surprise that … Continue reading 9 Health Benefits of Ginger
What is Kid’s Rainbow Foods? New to the ever expanding G&G range is ‘Kid’s Rainbow Foods’, an organic, whole food blend containing bacterial strains, lactobaccillus rhamnosus, bifidobacterium infantis and saccharomyces boulardii. Variety in the diet is highly encouraged, but it’s … Continue reading Organic Kid’s Rainbow Foods
Article courtesy of Cassie S. Photo by Chinh Le Duc on Unsplash. Curcumin Can Help You Reclaim Your Mental Clarity Did you know that the cloudy, distracting feeling you have in your head has a name? It is called brain … Continue reading The Amazing Benefits of Curcumin
Despite the fact that the knowledge of this wondrous superfood has been around for centuries, Moringa has grown in popularity as the understanding of its beneficial properties are starting to reach the ears of health advocates across the globe. … Continue reading The most nutrient-dense plant on earth
Over 20 years of research has shown the positive effects of taking regular supplements, disproving the notion that they are merely ingredients for expensive urine. Whilst a varied, nutrient dense diet is 100% vital to sustain life, sometimes it’s not … Continue reading Why should I take supplements?
A new study has linked major depressive disorder (MDD) to low bioavailability of arginine, an amino acid which the body converts to nitric oxide to control vascular dilation. What is arginine? Arginine is an amino acid necessary for protein synthesis … Continue reading Arginine and Depression