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Immune System Support

Times they are a changing- slightly- but it’s important to remember that supporting our immune system as we continue to chart our way through this covid-19 storm is still extremely important  An important way to help support our immune system is looking at what we

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Anti Oxidants- Why they are important for brain health

To understand why antioxidants are important  here is a little refresher on school science  Remember that electrons, proteins and neutrons make up atoms? Atoms want their electrons to be in pairs to be seen as stable  Unstable groups of atoms have one or more unpaired

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Nutrient Headlines part 2

B6 (aka pyridoxine ad pyridoxal) Along with other B vitamins, B6 is a team player and helps convert sugar into glucose which our brain and body needs for fuel.  B6 is also important for general circulation and facilities storage of energy  from our food.  B6,

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Nutrient Headlines

Bite sized information on our favourite nutrients Vitamin B1 – thiamine Why do we need it ?  This helps us use carbohydrates effectively so it’s vital to our metabolism. Not having enough B1 can result in confusion, memory loss and mood changes such as a

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B Vitamins- why they matter

Noggin vitamins and minerals supplements contain a multivitamin and mineral complex, including all 8 forms of vitamin B, to help support energy levels and your immune system.  The 8 forms of vitamin B are: • thiamin (vitamin B1) • riboflavin (vitamin B2) • niacin (vitamin B3) •

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Keeping an eye on your eye health

It’s not always easy to pack your diet with body-boosting vitamins and minerals throughout the day, so multi-vitamin supplements can help give your brain, eyes and body the nutrition it needs. Healthy eyes rely on a number of vitamins, minerals, and nutrients to stay healthy.

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Dementia and Brain Health

What’s the leading killer of women in Scotland and what can you do about it? A quick review of The National Records of Scotland shows that Dementia & Alzheimer Disease is the leading cause of female deaths in Scotland accounting for 14.4% of all deaths

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Can you dance away the years?

Can being active really make a difference in later life to the health of your brain? How much of a difference and HOW active do your really need to be to see the benefits? Latest, hot off the press research, helps us with a few

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