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The importance of Omega 3 & 6 in child development

Omega 3 and 6 essential fatty acids are crucial for the body to function correctly. Essential fatty acids are precursors of long-chained polyunsaturated fatty acids, which are vital structural elements for cells and for the formation of new tissues, meaning they have a fundamental role during pregnancy, breast-feeding and infancy, which are periods when cellular tissue grows and develops. READ MORE

The importance of Omega 3, 6, 7 & 9

There are more than 70 fatty acids that play a role in our metabolism, most of which come from our diets. From a nutritional point of view, we can separate them into two groups: non-essential, which can be synthetized by the body; and essential, which need to be included in our diet. Their balance, whether quantitative or qualitative, must be taken into account because they determine our health. READ MORE

CLA for losing weight and tonifying muscles

Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is a natural acid found in plant-based oils and in milk and meat from ruminant animals. It has generated great interest in recent years given its beneficial effects on human health. Different studies have shown that the intake of 1500 and 3000 mg of CLA a day causes fat deposits to disappear in the body. Furthermore, CLA also make muscles strong and toned, preventing sagging. READ MORE

Aloe Vera, benefit from the inside out

The Aloe Vera plant has been used for more than 5000 years. The Ancient Egyptians called it the “plant of immortality” and other civilisations, such as those from Mesopotamia, Greece and India, also recognised its beneficial properties. The fresh juice obtained from Aloe Vera leaves (Aloe barbadensis) contain more than 160 different substances, including vitamins A, B complex, C and E, minerals (calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, etc.), amino acids (lysine, threonine, valine, phenylalanine, tryptophan, arginine, leucine, etc.), enzymes and a high polysaccharide content. READ MORE

Controlling aging through a healthy diet

We can’t avoid getting older, there’s no doubt about it. The problem arises when we try to explain the phenomenon scientifically. Biological aging processes are included in more and more scientific studies. We can’t stop aging but its appearance can be slowed down. READ MORE

Detox with a depurative diet

You don’t have to be overweight to start a healthy diet. A detox diet cleans your body from the inside, especially the liver, clearing it of toxins. Spring and autumn are the best months to benefit from the effects of detox diets. Not only do they give the scales a run for their money, with excellent results, they can help your body feel renewed by eliminating toxins. READ MORE

Fight cellulite with a good diet

When we talk about cellulitis, we’re referring to an extra storage of fat in adipose tissue. This storage is accompanied by water retention and inflammation in the affected area. Nobody is born and condemned with cellulitis, no matter whether they are male or female. In fact, both sexes basically have the same amount of adipocytes. To combat the appearance and evolution of cellulitis, daily healthy eating habits and exercise are recommended, as well as avoiding excess fat and toxins. READ MORE

Activate Your Tired Legs

Sedentary work, lack of exercise, excess weight, professions that require long periods stood up, pregnancy and age can be the cause of discomfort due to poor circulation in the legs. This can be because the blood vessels have lost their elasticity due to long-term strain, making it harder for the blood to reach the heart. Discover our specialists’ tips for reducing the effects of tired legs. READ MORE