Thursday, 19 January 2012

LoveLula's New Years Resolutions | Immune System, Health and Energy

Boost your immunity during the colder months. The weather throughout January and February can make the best of us grumpy! Christmas is over but the weather is not. Keep warm and healthy this winter with the help of these;

Coenzyme Q-10 is a naturally occurring fat-soluble antioxidant that appears in almost every cell in the body. It is important because it carries electrons involved in energy metabolism. The levels of CoQ10 have been reported to decrease as we get older. Increase your energy levels with this natural complex that helps convert sugars and fats into energy. It is also great to maintain a healthy cardiovascular system.


We need Vitamin D to help us stay happy and healthy, the problem is there is very little sun about now to ensure we get enough. Take these supplements to give your mood levels and body a little boost. Vitamin D can help boost the immune system as well as helping alleviate the symptons of SAD – Seasonal Affective Disorder which now affects more and more people.

We all know how important Vitamin C is to help keep our immune system in tip top condition. These capsules from Pukka are 100% naturally derived from a blend of organic fruits. There are no synthetic ingredients so you can be sure you are getting the best.  Here is a bit of science to explain how much Vitamin C we should be getting…
Each serving of Pukka Natural VitaminC Capsules gives you: 433% RDA Vitamin C and a good range of co-factor bioflavonoids and anthocyanins. ORAC ìM TE = 554 per serving. ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity) is the antioxidant capacity. We need about 3000 ìM TE per day which is approximately the amount that you will get in five decent sized servings of fruit and vegetables.

* Please note that the material on this site is intended for information purposes only. None of the suggestions are meant to be prescriptive. Any attempt to treat a medical condition should always come under the direction of a competent qualified professional.

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