Vitamin K are a family of fat-soluble compounds called napthoquinones. Vitamin K1 can be found in green leafy veg and vegetable oils. Vitamin K2 cannot be found in a typical diet. K2 is associated with blood clotting, bone health and cellular … Continue reading The Vitamin K family
Cystitis vs Interstitial cystitis Cystitis (also known as a urinary tract infection or UTI) is an inflammation triggered by bacteria on the bladder wall. This leads to an increase in the breakdown of urea (a component of urine) to ammonia … Continue reading Protection from Urinary Tract Infections
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
When I think of winter I think of bonfire nights, wellies, hot water bottles, christmas socks and oversized jumpers. As a lover of nutrition, I think of roast dinners with lots of seasonal veg, soups and plenty of bone broth! … Continue reading 6 Ways to Warm up your Winter
As autumn approaches and we wave goodbye to summer, it’s time to prepare ourselves for a strong immune system and good circulation. Do you have cold extremities and red or blueish hands and feet in winter? You could be suffering … Continue reading Natural Remedies for Circulation
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?
Image courtesy of Big Stock Photo Can we get enough nutrients from our food? Ideally, the food that we eat on a daily basis should be enough to provide us with the nutrients we need for the day. But … Continue reading Here’s Why You Need Zinc in Your Diet
How is the body designed to deal with stress? Recently, we did a blog post on sleep where we essentially covered ‘rest and digest’. This post is about the other mode the body can be in, which is ‘fight or … Continue reading What does stress do to the body?
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