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Here we list a few of the questions we’ve had most frequently. We’ve taken input from a few different people and set out some of their responses below. Q1. Is it necessary to take other vitamins such as Vitamin C, B...
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In the Philippines, the benefit of Moringa leaves to help nursing mothers was first noted in 1978. A later study, conducted in 1996 with Filipino women, demonstrated increased levels of prolactin (essential for the production of breast milk) and significant...
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This article discusses the way Vitamin D is formed in the body, a wide range of diseases and medical conditions associated with Vitamin D deficiency, and how these conditions may benefit from Vitamin D supplementation. ...
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Moringa oleifera, from the family Moringacae is gaining in popularity due to its immense health benefits. The different parts of Moringa oleifera (MO), including leaves, seed, pods, flowers and fruits are edible and are very easily cultivated. In addition to these...
Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble vitamin, known as a prohormone since its action is similar to that of a hormone. It is formed in human skin by exposure to UV sunlight. In foods, it is found mainly in cod-liver or...
Turmeric is well known as a golden spice and colouring agent used in food preparations. Our ancestors had great wisdom in not merely limiting the use of turmeric to its culinary uses, but also considering it a natural medicament because of...

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