Health Conditions 

  • High Blood Pressure
    High Blood Pressure

    Blood pressure is a measurement of the force your blood puts on blood vessel walls as it travels through your body. High Blood Pressure affects millions of people in the UK increasing the risk of stroke and heart attack. High blood pressure (hypertension) is the most important known risk factor for stroke. High blood pressure can cause damage to blood vessel walls, which may eventually lead to a stroke. Blood pressure can be controlled through lifestyle changes including eating a heart-healthy diet, limiting alcohol, avoiding tobacco, controlling your weight, and staying physically active.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Pomax, Garlic, Multivitamin, Omega 369, Zinc

  • Diabetes
    Diabetes

    A healthy body is like a well-maintained car: It operates at peak performance as long as it's fueled. A diabetic body, on the other hand, is like a car with a broken fuel injector: The gas might be in the tank, but it's not reaching the engine. When you eat, food is broken down into a simple sugar called glucose, which quickly enters your bloodstream. Then insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas, delivers the blood glucose to individual cells, where it's used to power the entire body. The amount of insulin produced is directly proportionate to the amount of glucose in the blood. This allows the body to utilize most of the energy supplied by food. But blood glucose can't power a body unless insulin delivers it to the cells. Since people with diabetes either don't produce insulin (called Type 1 diabetes) or have cells that develop resistance to the hormone (known as Type 2), the fuel that enters the body isn't used. Instead the cells are left hungry, causing fatigue, dizziness, confusion, or fainting spells. Sugar builds up in the bloodstream and becomes toxic over time, eventually damaging the eyes, kidneys, nervous system, immune system, blood vessels, and heart.

  • Cholesterol
    Cholesterol

    Cholesterol is a white waxy substance that’s found naturally in our blood and is needed for a range of vital body processes. Most cholesterol is made in the liver and a small amount comes from the diet. Too much bad fat (saturated and trans fat) can increase bad cholesterol absorption. Replacing bad fats with good fats (polyunsaturated and monounsaturated) can help manage cholesterol absorption. Cholesterol absorption only becomes a problem when there is more than your body needs. It can cause the build up of fatty deposits in the blood vessels, reducing blood flow, and may then become a problem for your heart health.

    There are 2 types of cholesterol:

    High-density lipoprotein: (HDL) cholesterol is referred to as good cholesterol. It pushes the fatty substance through your body to the liver, which then removes it from your body. If you have a high HDL cholesterol level, your risk of having heart disease is reduced.

    Low-density lipoprotein: (LDL)cholesterol is known as bad cholesterol, because it can lead to an increase of cholesterol in your arteries. If you have high LDL levels of cholesterol in your blood, your risk of having heart disease is increased.

    If you have high cholesterol levels we wouldrecommend avoid smoking, eat a healthy diet, get regular exercise, and keep your weight in check. These efforts will all help you to lower your risk for heart disease and stroke.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Garlic, Pomax, Multivitamin, Bilberry, Multivitamin

  • Cardiovascular
    Cardiovascular

    Cardiovascular disease (CVD) refers to abnormalities of the blood vessels (arteries) or heart that result in heart attacks, strokes, heart failure, kidney failure and sudden death. High blood pressure (hypertension) may contribute to blood vessels and heart abnormalities. Most heart disease is caused by blood vessel abnormalities. Thanks to advances in medicine, artery and heart abnormalities today can be identified long before the arteries become clogged and symptoms develop.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Pomax, Garlic, Multivitamin, Omega 369, Zinc

  • Circulation
    Circulation

    Circulation is the continuous flow of blood from the heart to the body and back to the heart again. This progression keeps you alive. Much like the pipes that circulate water in your home, blood vessels carry blood throughout your body. Vessels that deliver oxygen-rich blood to your body are called arteries. Your arms and legs also contain veins, which are vessels that return oxygen poor blood to the heart.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Zinc, Pomax, Rossax, Multivitamins, Omega 369

  • Skin & Hair Care
    Skin & Hair Care

    Don't have time for intensive skin care? Pamper yourself with the basics. Good skin care and healthy lifestyle choices can help delay the natural aging process and prevent various skin problems. Hair care is an overall term for parts of hygiene and cosmetology involving the hair on the human head. Hair care will differ according to one's hair type and according to various processes that can be applied to hair. All hair is not the same; hair is a manifestation of human diversity.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Omega 369, Multivitamin, Lycosel

  • Eye Health
    Eye Health

    Diet and regular upkeep are two important factors in taking care of your eyes. Eye exercises can restore your sight. Your eyes are the window to the world. It's important that you take care of them. So try to have a good healthy diet which will help you to take care of your eyes, like Eat lots of fruits and veggies and give good nutrients to your body.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Bilberry, Cod liver oil, Pomax, Zinc

  • Anti-Inflammatory
    Anti-Inflammatory

    Anti-inflammatory refers to the property of a substance or treatment that reduces inflammation. Anti-inflammatory drugs make up about half of analgesics, remedying pain by reducing inflammation as opposed to opioids, which affect the central nervous system.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Rossax, Pomax, Greenflex, Celadrin, Omega 369, Garlic, Curcumin

  • Bone Health
    Bone Health

    Bones give our bodies structure, allowing us to walk, ride a bike, and hold a child. They protect our organs and store our supply of calcium, a mineral necessary for building and maintaining strong bones.In the last 15 years, we have learned a great deal about bones, the way they work, grow, rebuild, weaken, and break. We now know that diet and exercise can grow strong healthy bones in children, and help maintain them as we age.We have learned that some people are at higher risk for osteoporosis because their bone metabolism does not support sufficient rebuilding of bone. A healthy diet and exercise can help.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Rossax, Celadrin, GreenFlex, Omega, Cod liver oil

  • Cartilage
    Cartilage

    A joint is where two or more bones are joined together. Joints can be rigid, like the joints between the bones in your skull, or movable, like knees, hips, and shoulders. Many joints have cartilage on the ends of the bones where they come together. Healthy cartilage helps you move by allowing bones to glide over one another. It also protects bones by preventing them from rubbing against each other. Keeping your joints healthy will allow you to run, walk, jump, play sports, and do the other things you like to do. Physical activity, a balanced diet, avoiding injuries, and getting plenty of sleep will help you stay healthy and keep your joints healthy too.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Greenflex, Rossax,  Celadrin, Curcumin, Omega 369, Cod liver oil

  • Digestive Support
    Digestive Support

    Digestion is the breakdown of food into smaller components that can be more easily absorbed and assimilated by the body. In certain organisms, these smaller substances are absorbed through the small intestine into the blood stream. Digestion is a form of catabolism that is often divided into two processes based on how food is broken down: mechanical and chemical digestion. The term mechanical digestion refers to the physical breakdown of large pieces of food into smaller pieces which can subsequently be accessed by digestive enzymes. In chemical digestion, enzymes break down food into the small molecules the body can use.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Probiotics, Safforex, Bilberry, Garlic, Multivitamins, Omega 369

  • General Wellbeing
    General Wellbeing

    Wellbeing is not just the absence of disease or illness. It is a complex combination of a person's physical, mental, emotional and social health factors. Wellbeing is strongly linked to happiness and life satisfaction. In short, wellbeing could be described as how you feel about yourself and your life.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Lycocel, Pomax, Bilberry, Garlic,Gdetox, Probiotics,  Omega 369, Multitivamin

  • Bone Support
    Bone Support

    Our bone health is directly linked to the overall health of our body as bones are the storehouses of essential nutrients and minerals, important for the various systems of our body. Maintaining good health of your bones is essential as bones play a vital role in preventing various bone diseases, provides a frame to your body and protects various organs. Gone are the days when thinning of bones used to occur only after a certain age. Now you can have a hunched look even in your 20’s if you have weak bones - and you can blame modern sedentary lifestyles for it.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Calcium, Omega, Cod liveroil, Rossax, Greenflex

  • Joint Support
    Joint Support

    A joint is the connection between two bones. Joints and their surrounding structures allow you to bend your elbows and knees, wiggle your hips, bend your back, turn your head, and wave your fingers to say bye-bye. Smooth tissue called cartilage and synovium and a lubricant called synovial fluid cushion the joints so bones do not rub together. But increasing age, injury -- even sitting the wrong way or carrying too much weight -- can wear and tear your cartilage. This can lead to a reaction that can damage your joints and lead to arthritis. The best way to care for your joints is to keep them and your muscles, ligaments, and bones strong and stable. Here are some tips for good joint health.

    Supplements recommended are:

    GreenFlex, Rossax, Celadrin, Pomax, Omega, Cod liver Oil

  • Energy
    Energy

    Human energy is usually expressed as muscle contractions and heat production, made possible by the metabolism of food thatoriginally acquired the energy from sunlight. Supplying enough energy to support the many functions of the body at work and play is one of the chief functions of food. This energy comes from the fats, carbohydrates, and proteins in the food you eat.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Multivitamin, Alpha Lipoic, Pomax

  • Immunity
    Immunity

    The immune system is your body’s way of helping to protect you from infection. When your body is infected by viruses, bacteria or other infectious organisms (e.g. a fungus or parasite), it undergoes a process of fighting the infection and then healing itself. As a result of this, the next time your body encounters the same organism, you will be 'immune' to this infection. This means that you are less likely to get the same disease again, or if you do, the infection will be less severe.

    Supplements recommended are:

    Rossax, Omega 369, Pomax, Multi-Vitamins, Greenflex, Celadrin

  • Metabolism
    Metabolism

    Metabolism refers to all of the chemical reactions that take place within an organism by which complex molecules are broken down to produce energy and by which energy is used to build up complex molecules. An example of a metabolic reaction is the one that takes place when a person eats a spoonful of sugar. Once inside the body, sugar molecules are broken down into simpler molecules with the release of energy. That energy is then used by the body for a variety of purposes, such as keeping the body warm and building up new molecules within the body.

    Supplements we recommend are:

    Safforex, Omega 369, Multi-Vitamins, Pomax, Rossax, Zinc, Garlic

  • Weight Management
    Weight Management

    A healthy weight is a weight that lowers your risk for health problems. For most people, body mass index (BMI) and waist size are good ways to tell if they are at a healthy weight. But reaching a healthy weight isn't just about reaching a certain number on the scale or a certain BMI. Having healthy eating and exercise habits is very important. If you want to get to a healthy weight and stay there, healthy lifestyle changes will work better than dieting. Reaching a certain number on the scale is not as important as having a healthy lifestyle.Staying at a healthy weight is one of the best things you can do for your health. It can help prevent serious health problems, like Heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, type II diabetes and sleep apnea.But weight is only one part of your health. Even if you carry some extra weight, eating healthy foods and being more active can help you feel better, have more energy, and lower your risk for disease.

    Supplements we recommend are:

    Safforex, Curcumin.

  • Memory
    Memory

    Cognition is the ability to think, learn, and remember. It is the basis for how we reason, judge, concentrate, plan, and organize. Good cognitive health, like physical health, is very important as we get older, so that we can stay independent and keep active. Some declines in cognition and memory with age are normal, but sometimes they can signal problems. Scientists are studying how people might keep their brains sharp and prevent the cognitive decline seen in Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. 

    Supplements we recommend are:

    Zinc, Cod Liver oil, Multivitamin, Omega, Rossax

  • Prostate Health
    Prostate Health

    The prostate is a small gland in men that is part of the reproductive system. It's about the shape and size of a walnut. The prostate rests below the bladder and in front of the rectum. It surrounds part of the urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder. The prostate helps make semen, which carries sperm from the testicles when a man ejaculates.As a man ages, the prostate can grow larger. When a man reaches the age of 40, the prostate gland might have increased from the size of a walnut to that of an apricot. By the time he reaches the age of 60, it might be the size of a lemon. Because it surrounds part of the urethra, the enlarged prostate can squeeze the urethra. This causes problems in the passing of urine. Typically, these problems passing urine don't occur in men until they are age 50 or older. They can, though, occur earlier.Eight out of every 10 men eventually develop an enlarged prostate. About 90% of men over the age of 85 will have BPH. About 30% of men will find their symptoms bothersome.

    Supplements we recommend are:

    Lycocel, Pomax, Multivitamin

  • Urinary Health
    Urinary Health

    The urinary system consists of the kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder, and urethra. The kidneys filter the blood to remove wastes and produce urine. The ureters, urinary bladder, and urethra together form the urinary tract, which acts as a plumbing system to drain urine from the kidneys, store it, and then release it during urination.

    Having a urine infection can be a common problem when you are older. There may be underlying health problems that are responsible. Urine infections are usually easily treated with a course of a medicine called an antibiotic. Once cleared with treatment, in most cases there are no long-term problems following a urine infection. There are some simple steps you can take to help prevent a urine infection.

    Supplements we recommend are:

    Bilberry, Cod liver oil, Pomax

  • Detoxification
    Detoxification

    Detoxification is the process of clearing toxins from the body or neutralizing or transforming them, and clearing excess mucus and congestion. Many of these toxins come from our diet, drug use, and environmental exposure, both acute and chronic. Internally, fats, especially oxidized fats and cholesterol, free radicals, and other irritating molecules act as toxins. Poor digestion, colon sluggishness and dysfunction, reduced liver function, and poor elimination through the kidneys, respiratory tract, and skin all add to increased toxicity. Detoxification involves dietary and lifestyle changes which reduce intake of toxins and improve elimination. Avoidance of chemicals, from food or other sources, refined food, sugar, caffeine, alcohol, tobacco, and many drugs helps minimize the toxin load. Those lifestyle changes are a direct result of choices you make in your life.

    Supplements we recommend are:

    GDetox, Pomax, Rossax

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