Supplements & Vitamins

Do you wonder which supplements you actually need, or do you worry about the 5 different brands on the shelves? Are supplements even necessary or just an expensive waste of money?

Something we need to remember is that many years ago. we got most of our vitamins and minerals from our foods. In the past 200 or so years our world has become so toxic and the soils depleted and the foods changed at seed level in laboratories.  Our rain and water are not even safe.  The meats, chicken and fish are full of antibiotics and steroids and too be honest not that many of us can really afford real free-range foods. No the stuff that is pushed as free range in brand name stores.

Our health takes a beating from cellular level and we are not even aware until a major illness crops up, due mostly to our busy lives, we ignore the aches and pains and sudden skin out breaks – worrying more about our children, work deadlines and still try and have some sort of social life.

Some basic supplements that I would recommend for day to day use. I have included the winter options at the end.

There are also cases where an individual has a specific symptom or condition and they may need additional/different supplements.

Supplements

CBD

Anxiety

Anti-bacterial

Neuro-protective

Muscle spasms

Promotes bone growth

Inhibits cancer cell growth

Reduces seizures

Reduces blood sugar

Reduces artery blockages

Reduces small intestine contractions

Pain relief

Immune system

General all round health

B-12

Is necessary to convert carbohydrates to glucose which leads to increased energy.

Increases energy and counteract fatigue and lethargy.

Helps to reduce stress and depression.

Helps to maintain healthy brain function.

Is necessary to regulate cholesterol levels.

Assists the body’s cell reproduction and is therefore essential to skin and hair as well as all other vital organs.

Helps to build your immune system.

Is required for red blood cells to form and grow and transport Oxygen

Vitamin B12 intake is extremely important during pregnancy or trying to get pregnant.

It helps in healthy regulation of the nervous system, reducing depression, stress, and brain shrinkage.

Vitamin B 12 helps protect against cancers including breast, colon, lung, and prostate cancer.

Zincal

Zinc is responsible for many functions in the human body

A Zinc deficiency can lead to growth impediments and risk of infections

Zinc plays an important role in strengthening the immune system

Women need extra Zinc during breastfeeding

Zinc attacks infected and cancerous cells

Zinc has been found to shorten the duration of the common cold

Zinc has been found to improve male fertility

Zinc is effective against mouth ulcers

Research has found that children with ADHD have lower Zinc levels

Taking Zinc in conjunction with regular ADHD treatment has been found to improve attention

Probiotics – Gastro-Eze Plus+

Colostrum:

  • Lowers inflammation in the body
  • It reduces inflammation by binding to toxins, thereby neutralising them
  • Acts on the cells in the stomach, healing the gut and thereby reducing leaky gut syndrome
  • Anti-bodies in colostrum are effective at reducing diarrhoea caused by E-Coli
  • It reduces the risk of HIV infection

Lactospore® is a proprietary probiotic that works to:

  • Balance friendly bacteria
  • Improve mental health conditions
  • Reduce the symptoms of certain digestive disorders
  • Boost the immune system
  • Reduce the duration of respiratory infections
  • Lab studies suggests it helps with Celiac Disease by fortifying the protective mucus lining, dampening inflammation and decreasing intestinal permeability.

Spirulina

Protein / anti-oxidant / Vitamin B

Detoxes heavy metals

Candida

Improves HIV/AIDS

Combats cancer

Lowers blood pressure

Reduces cholesterol

Diminishes potential of stroke

Boosts energy

Speeds up weight loss

Alleviates sinus issues

Ionic Colloidal Silver Liquid

Gastric upsets

Mild food poisoning

Urinary Tract ailments

Colds and Flu

Inflammation

Respiratory symptoms

Nasal congestion

Ear and Eye conditions

Skin care

Wound care (burns, wounds, bites, stings, ulcers, mouth sores, bedsores)

Externally, apply copiously with a swab to rinse and disinfect wounds. Your FIRST AID in a bottle may kill germs while promoting healing. It is gentle on humans, yet deadly to germs. Also comes in a convenient spray bottle, which may also serve as a general disinfectant. The Liquid can also be used to fill the spray bottle.

Colloidal Silver Nasal Spray

 May reduce the redness and discomfort associated with flu and the common cold.

Hay fever

Allergies and inflammation

It may assist to unblock nasal passages and clear nasal congestion. May be used for extended periods of time.

The box includes a dropper for ear use.

CNT Labs Triple action C

This brand covers some of the other supplements so it’s a bargain financially wise and in that you don’t have to take so many capsules.

Vitamin C is involved in a variety of metabolic processes including oxidation-reduction reaction and cellular respiration, carbohydrate metabolism, synthesis of lipids and proteins, catabolism of cholesterol to bile acids, conversion of folinic acid, and iron metabolism. Vitamin C is probably best known for its effects as an antioxidant and its role in maintaining proper immune function. Vitamin C plays role in maintaining normal immune function; and it can be used for treating and preventing infectious conditions such as the common cold.

Ascorbic Acid
Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin.
Absorption: Vitamin C is well absorbed orally at lower doses, but absorption decreases as the dose increases. Approximately 87% of a 30 mg oral dose is absorbed, 80% of a 100 mg dose is absorbed, 63 % of a 500 mg dose is absorbed, and less than 50% of a 1250 mg does is absorbed.
Excretion: Most vitamin C that is absorbed is excreted in the urine.

Zinc
Zinc is a component of more than 100 enzymes associated with various metabolic processes, including the synthesis of the nucleic acids RNA and DNA. It is required for the transport of Vitamin A for the liver, and as part of superoxide dismutase (SOD) helps protect cells from free radicals. Zinc is also required for growth and development, reproductive development and function, and to support the immune system, where it has been shown to increase T-lymphocytes and enhance other white blood cell functions. However, because of its effects on increasing white blood counts, higher intake of zinc (unless low) is contraindicated with some forms of leukemia.

Selenium
Selenium protects the body from the damage caused by oxidation. Preliminary studies also suggest that the antioxidant effects of selenium may provide protection for those suffering with rheumatoid arthritis and HIV/AIDS by helping to lower the body’s levels of free radicals.
Selenium deficiency may leave the body more vulnerable to heart disease, hypothyroidism, and a weakened immune system. It has also been associated with exhaustion, growth impairment, high cholesterol levels, infections, liver and pancreas impairment, and sterility.

INDICATIONS:
Vitamin C+Zinc+Selenium is used as an antioxidant and to maintain proper immune function.

 Food for healing

Do not underestimate the power of healing foods to restore damage caused by past nutritional deficiencies. Fruits, vegetables, herbs, spices, wild foods, and high-quality water can all be used in amazing ways to support anyone with a chronic illness or symptom.

Citric Acid

When searching for supplements, do your best to avoid anything that has “citric acid” as one of the ingredients. Citric acid can wreak havoc on the immune system, intestinal tract, and stomach lining, and negates any benefits the supplement has to offer. Citric acid is not derived from citrus; It is a toxic chemical derived from corn and manipulated into a preservative.

The odourless and colourless compound was produced from lemon juice until the early 1900s when researchers discovered that it could also be made from the black mould Aspergillus niger, which creates citric acid when it feeds on sugar

We have many options available, depending on your pocket and on any specific condition/s that you may be aware of and trying to treat.

That is why it is best to complete the consultation form and return to us. We do not diagnose as a GP would but are trained to be able to replace or enhance your healing, we also need to check any current medications for interactions

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