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
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
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?
What is collagen? When thinking of collagen, people tend to think of the reduction of wrinkles and occasionally about joint health too. But what exactly is collagen? Collagen is a protein that makes up connective tissue all over the body … Continue reading Collagen: Types and Uses
Why does the body need to be alkaline? The human body functions properly when it’s slightly alkaline because the blood can absorb more oxygen, a good supply of which is vital to the cells in producing energy. Alkalinity is expressed … Continue reading Charcoal, the pH Scale & Cellulite