Our customers often ask us why we use soybean oil in our Q10 capsules, when we could just as well use olive oil or fish oil.
When the scientists first noticed the surprisingly low vitamin D readings, they thought the machines they used to analyse the test results were not calibrating properly.
Your health depends significantly on a trace element called selenium. The only problem is, it is lacking in the Irish soil. Read on and find out how this problem can be solved.
Steve Jones, a highly respected professor of genetics at University College London, says he used to be very skeptical of vitamin supplements but now urges everyone to take vitamin D.
When the international Q-Symbio study of people from Europe, Asia, and Australia was published in 2014, it made headlines.
After carefully analysing data from 5,500 females, researchers at the Irish Cancer Society point to daily supplementation with vitamin D as a prudent idea.
Ginkgo-Biloba Pharma Nord is a new over-the-counter remedy to alleviate the symptoms of poor blood flow. Read on and find out how this may help you if you have cold hands and feet
It is a waste of money to take a Q10 preparation if your body cannot absorb it, and this may very well be the case for a surprisingly large number of preparations on the market.
In case you don’t know why you need magnesium, continue reading and find out how many things this single mineral actually does for you.
We all know that we need vitamin D to keep our immune system healthy, our teeth and bones strong and our muscles in good working order. But it's not always possible to get enough.
The micronutrient Selenium is essential for the health of our immune system, thyroid function and reproduction, among other things. But unfortunately the Irish diet appears to be deficient in this vital substance.
A study comparing different types of diet has come up with the conclusion that a Mediterranean-style diet supplemented with the vitamin-like compound, coenzyme Q10, is particularly good for the ageing population.