Have you ever wondered if the Q10 preparation you take actually ends up in your blood? A recently published study of Q10’s bioavailability showed a surprising result.
Vitamin C is good for your muscles. The more you use your body, the more important it is that you get enough of exactly this vitamin.
Older people can easily maintain their vitality and stay healthy in a completely natural way with help from two essential nutrients. Read on and find out about the Swedish discovery that can push the boundaries of senior health.
Do you worry about eating fish because of heavy metal pollution? Then you may be interested in knowing that fish also contains selenium, a micronutrient that knows exactly how to deal with this culprit.
On Saturday February 4th Pharma Nord, Thailand organized the first international Coenzyme Q10 symposium in Thailand - this in cooperation with The Heart Association of Thailand and the International Coenzyme Q10 Association.
Seniors get improved quality of life with dietary supplements. Both the quality of life and life expectancy can be improved, a large Swedish study shows.
First drug to significantly improve heart failure mortality in over a decade
A team of European researchers has just added new and exciting proof that the trace element selenium greatly benefits us humans.
Evelle stimulates biological processes of importance to skin ageing and it has been proven that it blocks wrinkles.
‘That I still feel so energetic and well, has everything to do with the supplement co-enzyme Q10’