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  • Why you should be eating oysters!

    Complex creatures

    Oysters look like very simple things: two shells with gray meat in-between. But do not be fooled: oysters have extraordinary nutritional value and characteristics. Oysters are among the most nutritious foods in the world. Including 59 trace elements, 12 vitamins, 19 amino acids and omega-3 fatty acids, each oyster offers an incredible range of nutrients. Oysters contain zinc in especially large quantities. Oysters are a real brain food; they have, according to some experts, played a leading role in the evolution of our brains. Everyone should be eating oysters on a daily basis-- or taught to eat them. Continue reading

  • How the mother-child bond develops

    Pregnancy is one of the most special moments in the lives of many women. Most women generally know what happens during these nine months. The phases of development; the body changes visibly; the growing sense of responsibility. Continue reading

  • What is Agmatine Sulfate?

    All active ingredients present in food supplements are interesting and have their specific use. At rare times, the value of some supplement is underestimated even by researchers. If you happen to be familiar with the research on Agmatine, then you may agree that the latter is such a supplement. In fact, Agmatine sulfate is one of those special substances that many may not have heard of. Continue reading

  • Fish oil: friend or foe? Part 2

    The benefits of omega-3 fatty acids

    In our previous blogpost we explained how slowly researchers came to the realization that omega-3 fats play a vital role in our body. Below we explain why we are no fans of omega-3 fish oil products, and, therefore, do not sell them. Our advice here is to get the most out of eating fish or shellfish. Should this cause problems, krill oil is your best bet. Continue reading

  • Fish oil: friend or foe? Part 1

    The love-hate relationship with omega-3 fatty acids

    That fish-borne omega-3 fatty acids are important has been well-known. However, this has not always been the case. For her book The Queen of Fats science writer Susan Allport dived in the history of the love-hate relationship we developed with omega-3 fatty acids. Continue reading

  • Improve your sleep: 4 tricks

    Dark therapy is free and suitable for everyone

    Nowadays there are treatments for just about everything. What has happened with us human beings? Well, indeed just about everything. This is why we have sandpit therapy for people who cannot communicate, re-birthing therapy to process trauma, and snake massage therapy for relaxation and pain relief. Many of these treatments sit on the "alternative" shelf, even if they sometimes have a proven effectiveness. Scototherapie, or Dark Therapy, for instance, is not a strange form of therapy but actually a quite logical and proven system of sleep improvement. Continue reading

  • The supercomputer in your head

    Recently scientists discovered that the capacity (computing power) of our brain is many times greater than previously thought. This may seem just a fun fact, but neuroscientists were really taking notes. The discovery gave an immediate answer to the question: how can our brain be as energy-efficient as we know it is? Continue reading

  • Biofilms: ideal habitat for microorganisms

    When microorganisms form colonies, biofilms arise. The latter are sticky and slimy structures made of polysaccharides (sugar polymers) and form a shielded environment for wanted and unwanted microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi. When a microbiome is out of balance, an undesirable type of biofilm will result. Continue reading

  • What cannabis oil does to your body

    Cannabis oil raises questions for many consumers. What is it used for? What does it do? What is the ideal dosage? It is difficult to give an unequivocal answer to these questions. Everybody reacts differently to the "cannabinoids" that are the oil’s active substances. Fact is that these substances have an influence on all of our body functions. To explain their precise modes of operation, we need to briefly look at the physiology of the body. Continue reading

  • What form of carnitine is right for you?

    In our cells various mechanisms exist that provide energy. Insights of the last years reveal that the influence of one particular energy production mechanism has an effect on the functioning of the entire cell. Continue reading

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