Research

Probiotics research helps IBS

21st August 2013

A new study has once again highlighted the benefits of multi-strain probiotic bacteria for bringing relief from symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

Low EPA and DHA levels in children with poor reading skills

August 7th 2013

A new study designed to explore the relationship between fatty acids and cognitive ability in children has discovered particularly low levels of EPA and DHA in poor readers. These omega 3 fatty acids are found in fish, and may be supplemented through the use of fish and krill oil.

The study looked at the blood fatty acid level of 493 schoolchildren aged 7-9 from mainstream Oxfordshire schools. All the children in the study had scored low on national reading assessments at age 7. All the children involved had very low blood omega 3 levels that were only 8-12% of the optimal range.

Chill pill helps Alzheimer's :

September 5, 2012

Vitamin B our Chill Pill’s main ingredient has had new research published from Oxford University – 

July 12, 2013

Brain Box using Phosphytidal Serine increases Brain activity, Muscle and Brain cells have two modes of operation – glucose or backup ketones – 

April 22, 2013

As a food source: casein supplies amino acids; carbohydrates and two inorganic elements, calcium and phosphorus.

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