According to a new Italian review article, the problem with many Q10 products is that the active ingredient never reaches the blood and tissue.
In a push for vitamin D supplementation that overshines any earlier recommendations, researchers at Trinity College Dublin call for new government guidelines for vitamin D intake. Continue reading and find out why they are so focused on this particular nutrient
A large study reveals that older Irish people are particularly prone to vitamin D deficiency.
People from all walks of life can experience periods of unrest and tension. Did you know that magnesium is a useful nutrient for keeping your muscles and nerves relaxed?
Recent research may help explain why certain diseases have a greater impact on men than on women.
Irish mountaineer and former police officer Noel Hanna on how ginkgo-biloba helped him keep a clear head and conquer K2, the world's second-highest mountain.
There are many factors involved in the ageing process, but one thing which science has its eyes on is oxidative stress, a biochemical imbalance that can occur as a result of something as simple as not getting enough selenium.
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.