Thursday, 15 October 2020 | Editor
There is much talk these days of vitamin and mineral intake requirements to ensure you keep your body healthy, particularly those which are often touted as helping resistance to Covid-19. As a result, many people are deciding to introduce supplements or increase their dosage of them. This has resulted in many people buying individual supplements of, for example, Vitamin C, Vitamin D and Zinc. There's a reason why these products are called "supplements" and that is because they are supplementary to the nutrients you get from food and not a replacement. BUT MIGHT MULTI-NUTRIENTS BE A BETTER ANSWER?
Thursday, 6 August 2020 | Editor
In the United Kingdom, the Office for National Statistics reports that nearly half of the British workforce has worked from home during the pandemic. Despite people slowly beginning to return to their offices again, it can be agreed that teleworking has made the public realise that this is a feasible option to turn to if needed.
Remote work has a number of benefits, but many people remain concerned about staying healthy and productive as they draw the boundaries between their work and home life. One of the points raised in this post on ‘30 Tips for Professionals Working from Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic’ is the need to enjoy your meals. You can easily get carried away with work and forget to eat, so it’s advised to take some time to step away to have a proper meal – and not just takeaway. Consuming the right foods is obviously very good for your health, but it can also help you reach optimal productivity levels.
Friday, 5 June 2020 | Editor
Protect your health and well-being, and maintain a strong immune system with optimal intakes of several crucial immune supporting nutrients including vitamin D3, vitamin C and zinc.
Here are the Nutri Advanced top product recommendations for supporting a healthy immune system. These products have been exclusively researched and developed by our nutritionists at Nutri Advanced to include the most effective strengths and forms of ingredients that have been shown to support immune health.
Sunday, 3 May 2020 | Editor
Kееріng good mental health during ѕеlf-іѕоlаtіоn іѕ еѕѕеntіаl. Lосkdоwn takes an еmоtіоnаl tоll because we feel limited іn what wе can do аnd are rеѕtrісtеd in movement. It can also сrеаtе fеаr аnd ѕtrеѕѕ, not least because of thе соnѕtаnt news аbоut the раndеmіс.
There are ѕоmе ѕіmрlе рrасtісеѕ to boost уоur mental and еmоtіоnаl wеllbеіng durіng these difficult tіmеѕ.
Sunday, 3 May 2020 | Editor
Public Health England is recommending people consider taking daily vitamin D supplements throughout the spring and summer as the coronavirus lockdown continues.
Normally, many of us get enough of it by spending time outdoors. Our skin makes it when exposed to the sun.
The sunshine vitamin, along with others, can help our body stay fit to ward off illness and infections - important during a pandemic. So who might need supplements?
Sunday, 5 April 2020 | Editor
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a huge increase in demand for dietary supplements that help support the immune system and fight viruses. This has led, unfortunately, to a lack of supply. There is considerable confusion about what works best in maintaining a healthy immune system. Some people simply search out supplements that have the word "immune" in their name. This is far too simplistic; it doesn't reflect there ingredients but simply the supplement brand's decision as to what name is likely to be most popular. We have found also that other people are fixated on certain, nutrients, for example Vitamin C or zinc.
The truth is that there are many vitamins and minerals that support immune health. If we were to suggest one above all, it would be vitamin C, however, as you will see below, because of the large range of nutrients that support the immune system, you may instead want to think about a multivitamin and mineral. Here are supplements with science to support their role in immune health.
Monday, 9 March 2020 | Editor
By now most of us will be aware that Coronavirus thrives, as do other viruses, on the health of those unfortunate enough to contract it. The elderly, the very young and those with underlying health issues will be more susceptible to having difficulty fighting it just as with the common cold or any other type of influenza.
Much has been published about the need to bolster your immune system and there has been such a demand for immune health supplements that many suppliers are running short or even out of stock. Here's how to bolster your general health and guard against future problems
Tuesday, 3 March 2020 | Editor
This article is not an attempt to advise you of safeguards against Coronovirus.
Nevertheless, what we do already know is that for the vast majority of people that are already healthy, this is likely to be a mild illness and more of an inconvenience than something that can be life threatening. Many of those affected by coronavirus develop only a mild illness, while some develop no illness at all. That may be an indication of what happens when the virus meets a well-functioning immune system.