We need food supplements to increase the lack of nutrients in the body.
The foods we eat or lack of it affect our mental and our physical health. This also includes what we drink.
This may seem surprising as we may have a type or types of foods that we have a weakness for. Craving sugary foods is usually a sign that the body is lacking something.
Food supplements can help to increase the lack of nutrients in the body.
Some foods can change our moods and make us irritable or even angry. When we experience these emotions often we are not aware of the change in our behaviour or may not be able to link the change in mood to that particular type of food.
Food supplements should never be used to replace foods.
Keep your gut and blood healthy to avoid health problems.
Food supplements can also help to change moods and cleanse the body of toxins.
Start your day right with a good healthy breakfast.
Include healthy foods throughout the day for lunch and dinner.
Food supplements are very good to supplement our diets if we are lacking in certain vitamins or minerals.
Lozenges - ACEROLA AND CHERRY FLAVOUR (bajan cherries)
Especially recommended for all who suffer from frequent colds and wish to improve their immune system. This is also for people who work physically and those who workout.
Food supplements should never be used as a replacement for foods. They should be used as a supplement only.
Negative thoughts and emotions become toxic in the body, if these thoughts and emotions are not released from the body and remain there over a period of time, can cause health problems.
It is good practice to cleanse your body on a regular basis to help it to function well. Especially if you are taking supplements for the first time.
The best source of key micro-elements for those who lead a stressful and an unhealthy lifestyle, experience fatigue and eat products that acidify the body, such as: sugar, coffee, alcohol and heavily processed foods.
Food supplements for all the family.
Our bodies receive magnesium from leafy vegetables, grains, herbs, seeds and nuts.
Unfortunately, we do not receive all the nutrients we need from the foods that we eat.
Chocolates made from stevia (a sweetner made from plants)
Oils are a great source of health and keeps the body functioning.
You've probably heard the quote 'eat your oils'. Some oils of course are healthy oils, some are less healthy.
The use of natural oils have become more and more popular over the years.
We can go as far back as hundreds of years ago when frankincense, myrhh and olive oil, were a rare commodity.
This present day, there is an increase in the use of natural oils used in cooking, hair products and skincare products.
Some of which will be listed here, including some of the benefits.
Oils are now in makeup, which is great for keeping the skin moisturised.
Oils are also great for skin and hair.
ORGANIC (nothing added & nothing taken away. In it's natural state)
Try to use organic products as often as you possible.
Argan Oil - great for hair, helps with damaged skin and aging.
Coconut oil - a good hair and skin moisturizer. Great for cooking.
Avocado oil - great for replenishing and strengthening hair and skin. Can also be used in cooking.
Castor Oil (JBC) - used for detoxing and cleansing, soothes itchy skin, good for nourishing hair and hair growth.
Grapeseed Oil - nourishment for hair and skin.
Jojoba Oil - easily absorbed, useful for both oily and dry skin, balances the skin's oil production.
Neem Oil - a powerful anti-microbial - soothes scalp issues, a good insect repellent.
Sweet Almond Oil - nourishment for skin and hair.
Aloe Vera Infused Oil - heals burns, soothes itchy skin, nourishment for hair.
Calendula Infused Oil - used for soothing, calming and skin softner, useful for increasing circulation.
Vitamin E Oil - promotes hair growth, an effective antioxidant, protects against free radical damage.
Wheatgerm Oil - useful for dry, aging and damaged skin.
Moringa oil - great for skin, hair and overall health.
Always consult your Doctor or a healthcare professional if you are on medication, under medical supervision, pregnant or breastfeeding before taking any vitamin supplements.
Note: Our bodies are made up of over 75% of water. Drink enough water to stay hydrated.
Keep your gut healthy