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EPA vs DHA in Fish Oil Powder

epa vs dha

May 21st, 2019



Many research studies have been done around the world since the 1950s on the benefits of Omega-3 fatty acids. These essential Omega-3 long chain fatty acids include ALA (alpha-linolenic acid), DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid). From the research studies, EPA and DHA have been proven to offer a multitude of health benefits for people of all ages.


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Magnesium Taurate Benefits

magnesium taurate



April 30th, 2019



Magnesium Taurate, also known as Magnesium Taurinate, is a composition and reaction of magnesium oxide and taurine. Magnesium is an essential macro-mineral for humans, whereas taurine is an amino acid that is important for both the brain and body. When Magnesium and Taurine are combined to make Magnesium Taurate, the benefits include enhancing cognitive function and protecting against cardiovascular disease, migraines and depression.


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NovoMin¢ī Chelated Mineral Powders



October 2, 2018



Minerals, both macro and micro, are essential for normal bodily functions such as the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids. Some of the benefits include building bones, increasing growth development, conducting electricity in the body, acting as a powerful antioxidant, and much more. Without minerals, the human body would not be able to function properly, resulting in many nutrients not getting adequately absorbed. Although minerals are found in many types of foods like dairy, vegetables, and fish, they are present in finite quantities. In order to obtain the daily mineral requirements, diets must be supplemented with a variety of essential and trace minerals. Essential minerals are defined as inorganic compounds that the body needs to function properly, while trace minerals are also required, but in smaller amounts.


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Benefits of Molybdenum

molybdenum



September 18, 2018



Pronounced "Muh-Lib-Duh-Nuhm", Molybdenum (Mo) acts as a catalyst for many important enzymes that helps neutralize and eliminate toxins in the body. Although deficiencies are rare, an optimal level of Molybdenum helps the body to push out waste particles efficiently. An increase in Molybdenum helps reduce toxic responses which are the causes of inflammatory symptoms such as rashes, cramps, and muscle weakness. The elements present in Molybdenum prevent toxic build-up and formation of cancerous tumors.


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