Fish Oil Supplement – Why You Need it

Did You Know … that FISH OIL may prevent Brain Shrinkage?

By now, everyone has heard about the health benefits of omega-3 essential fatty acids. These health powerhouses can:  lower triglycerides  help prevent heart disease  protect against debilitating depression  relieve joint pain and stiffness  treat asthma Omega-3.
Prevents Brain Shrinkage  Researchers looked at 1,111 postmenopausal women who had taken part in the Women’s Health Initiative Memory Study, which set out to discover the impact estrogen therapy has on age-related dementia. University of South Dakota researchers, however, wanted to discover if omega-3 might stall the brain shrinkage that corresponds with aging. Omega-3 levels in red blood cells were measured at the start of the study, and MRI scans were taken at the end of eight years (when the women were an average of 78 years old). What they found was impressive.  The women with the highest levels of omega-3 at the start of the study had a 0.7% larger brain size after eight years than the women with the lowest levels of omega-3.  Plus, the MRI scans of those with higher omega-3 levels showed a 2.7% larger volume in the hippocampus (the area of the brain responsible for emotion and memory—and the one most affected by Alzheimer’s).

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You Are What You Eat

Eat a Variety of Foods

No single food can supply all nutrients in the amounts you need. For example, oranges provide vitamin C but no vitamin B12; cheese provides vitamin B12 but no vitamin C.

To make sure you get all of the nutrients and other substances needed for health, choose the recommended number of daily servingsyour from each of the five major food groups: grains, vegetables, fruits, milk, meat and beans.

Vegetarian Diets and 

Nutritional Requirements
Some Americans eat vegetarian diets for reasons of culture, belief, or health. Most vegetarians eat milk products and eggs, and as a group, these lacto-ovo-vegetarians enjoy excellent health. You can get enough protein from a vegetarian diet as long as the variety and amounts of foods consumed are adequate. Meat, fish, and poultry are major contributors of iron, zinc, and B vitamins in most American diets, and vegetarians should pay special attention to getting these nutrients from vegetarian sources.

Vegans eat only food of plant origin. Because animal products are the only sources of vitamin B12, vegans must supplement their diets with a source of this vitamin. In addition, vegan diets, particularly those of children, require care to insure adequacy of vitamin D and calcium, which most Americans obtain from milk products.

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iPro-Tect 24/7: The Science Behind It

When I heard about what iPro-tect 24/7 is from Dr. Eduardo Cabantog, that it creates a 1 to 2 meters invisible force field, that it emits invisible fumes and kills viruses and bacteria when they come in contact with it, I thought it was just too good to be true. But knowing our CEO’s integrity, I just took his word for it. Well, I guess, I was not mistaken.


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How to Lighten Your Hair Naturally

How to Lighten Your Hair Naturally


How to lighten your hair naturally?Natural hair lightening can be a time consuming and tedious process, but if you want to achieve a look that is several shades lighter, untreated hair with various chemical preparations, you can also reach out for some natural methods, which will make your hair a couple of shades brighter.

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