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 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?
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
Chlorella is a naturally occurring fresh water single-celled algae similar to spirulina. Dried chlorella powder can contain a high amount of protein, fat and carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Chlorophyll … Continue reading 5 benefits of Chlorella
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