Easy to Make Antioxidant Rich Fat-Burning Cocktail

by on January 21, 2011
in Antioxidants

I would like to share with my readers an easy to make cocktail chock full of antioxidants and fat burning ingredients. No fancy juicers or blenders are needed and the ingredients are readily available from your local supermarket. Start your New Year with this healthy delicious drink.

Maximizing the Antioxidant Power of Tea, Coffee, Cacao and Wine

by on December 16, 2010
in Antioxidants

Some of our favorite indulgent beverages have recently been shown to be good for our health. This is due to their rich antioxidant content. However, there are certain procedures in selection and preparation of these beverages that must be followed to maximize their antioxidant content. The following article provides tips for maximizing the antioxidant content of tea, coffee, cacao and wine.

Start with Quality Ingredients

  • The general rule is you get what you pay for; don’t buy cheap, bulk products

Testing Your CoQ10 Levels

by on September 21, 2010
in Antioxidants

In a previous post the important role that CoQ10 plays in your body was detailed. If you’re taking statins, beta-blockers, are a heart-attack survivor, or just getting on in age, then your CoQ10 levels may be inadequate.

Knowing your blood levels of CoQ10 is helpful in determining whether you need to take a CoQ10 supplement as well as if you’re absorbing adequate amounts from your supplement routine. Fortunately there is an affordable and easy way to test your CoQ10 levels.

Taking and Storing Nutritional Supplements

by on April 16, 2010
in Vitamins

How to Take Nutritional Supplements:

One of the most important parts of using nutritional supplements is how you actually go about ingesting them. Foremost, it is important to make a commitment to actually ingest your nutritional substances and not let them sit on the shelf. Nutritional supplements confer health benefits only when taken on a regular basis and in some cases benefits are not realized until after months of regular ingestion.

Vitamin C Supplements

by on April 3, 2010
in Antioxidants

Vitamin C is one of the most important vitamins for your body. It prevents a lot of diseases, and increases your body’s immune system. You can take this vitamin with or without any food, as it can be found in supplement form or in many different juices. Along with being found in supplement and vitamin form, you can find vitamin C in broccoli, peppers, oranges, lemon juice, mustard greens, cauliflower, papaya, and parsley.

Vitamin A Facts

by on April 1, 2010
in Vitamins

Vitamin A was first discovered back in 1912, by a Polish biochemist named Casimir Funk. He came up with the word vitamine, which was later given the name vitamin. Funk was the first to discover vitamins as we know them today, although vitamin A was actually the first one discovered, hence the letter “A” in the title of the vitamin.

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