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?
Multivitamins are great maintenance tools to supplement a healthy balanced diet and to top up our vitamins and minerals from any gaps in nutrition. However, we don’t all fit into one box. We require different nutrients and in some cases, … Continue reading Multivitamins minus a few
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
Magnesium is an important mineral for the body, often found to be deficient in a large proportion of the population. This mineral is essential for over 500 chemical processes in the body including the nervous system, protein synthesis, maintenance of … Continue reading Different forms of Magnesium
The digestive system All disease starts in the gut. This is a common theory as so much relies on a healthy gastrointestinal tract, yet there’s a lot that can go wrong. The gastrointestinal tract runs from the mouth, down the … Continue reading Digestive health: The Four R Programme
Throughout life, bones go through continuous turn over of remodelling. Up to the age of 30 the body makes new bone faster than it breaks down old bone, therefore bone mass increases. After that, laying down bone decreases and bone … Continue reading Natural minerals for Bone health