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Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Why Do We Need CoQ10?

In general, CoQ10 is marketed for supporting cardiovascular health but it is actually beneficial throughout the entire body because all of our cells need energy and CoQ10 is vital to the production of energy for our cells.  CoQ10 (coenzyme Q10) is an all-natural trans isomer derived from yeast fermentation.
Question: "Why take CoQ10" "what part of my health will it help"?
Answer: CoQ10 supports cellular health. We need CoQ10 to help us make our energy molecule (Adenosine Tri-Phosphate) to energize all of our cells. CoQ10 also functions as an antioxidant that protects cells from being damaged by unstable oxygen radicals.

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Monday, July 22, 2013

Fish Oil vs Krill Oil

So many now believe in fish oil's nutritional assets that as many as 1 in 5 people take a fish oil supplement. Fish oil is so admired it seems to overshadow another great source of omega-3 fatty acids: krill oil.
Recent research provides a reason to take another look at these small crustaceans. Krill oil and fish oil both contain omega-3 fatty acids; however in fish oil the EPA and DHA are found in the form of triglycerides. In krill oil, they are mainly in the form of phospholipids.
Researchers theorized that this structural difference may make krill oil more valuable for influencing the function of neurons' membranes. This ability signaled a potential treatment approach for depression. read more....

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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

YUCCA - An Herb For Thought

Due to the roots’ high saponin content, giving it a soapy texture, it is widely used in natural soap and shampoo products. Some claim shampoo made with yucca prevents hair loss and dandruff, while creating soft, shiny strands.
The root is packed with vitamin C, B and A, as well as calcium, phosphorus, potassium and iron. It’s also recommended to use the root’s powder form, which contains protein. This can be done by mixing it with water, yogurt, smoothies or juice. The saponins in the powder will act as anti-inflammatory agent, reducing muscle spasms, pain, and symptoms of arthritis.
Read the entire article at: http://www.thesleuthjournal.com/an-herb-for-thought-yucca/

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Monday, July 8, 2013

Make Your Own Lip Balm

It’s that time of year! Chapped lips can be a challenge. Our lips can be dry and become cracked due to the hot weather, medications, and certain foods or by simply licking your lips too often. Lip balm is used by many to help moisturize the lips and keep them soft. Making your own lip balm is easy and cost much less than purchasing in a store. Hey, check out our specials this month www.soapequipment.com and get a great deal on lip balm trays.