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Hair Loss and Our Diet

During summer, salt, chlorine and excess sun exposure all take their toll, altering our capillary balance. What’s more, stress and diets that don’t provide us with the nutrients we need are other external factors that affect us. As a result, hair is more prone to falling out and looks drier and more brittle. If you want to keep hair loss in check, don’t forget that looking after yourself from the inside is just as important as from the outside. READ MORE

The good use of Food Supplements

Food supplements are available so you can complement a normal diet with the intake of nutrients. A wide range of nutrients and other elements can be found in food supplements, such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, essential fatty acids, fibre, and various plant and herb extracts, on their own or blended. Discover how to take food supplements correctly and why precise information is important for you as a consumer. READ MORE

Fighting Stress

When we require extra energy from our bodies due to pressure at work and emotional stress, they use up their energy reserves, and as a result, vitamin B reserves, which in turn, makes us more susceptible to becoming depressed, suffering insomnia or irritability. To avoid this, your diet should include food sources rich in vitamin A, B and C, and minerals such as potassium, magnesium and calcium. You should also make a habit of exercising and doing lovely things that you enjoy to relax, like walking, speaking to loved ones on the phone, going to the cinema, etc. READ MORE

Propolis, a source of health

PROPOLIS (also called bee glue) is a resinous substance used by bees to cover and protect their hive. Bees collect this substance from leaf buds and bark from some trees. Propolis is rich in bioflavonoids and essential oils, and also contains trace elements, vitamins and amino acids. Bees use propolis like cement to protect themselves from bacteria, fungi and other intruders. READ MORE

Royal jelly, the wonder juice

Royal jelly is a liquid produced from a blend of worker bee secretions. It’s the only food source that the queen bee eats throughout her lifetime.

It’s a valuable source of the vitamin B complex and provides many trace elements and substances with hormonal capacity. It contains unsaturated fatty acids and flavonoids, powerful antimicrobials that stop the product from decomposing. READ MORE

The society of bees

Very few animals, and even fewer insects, receive as much praise as bees do. Not only because of their social structure and working organization in the hive. The more we know about bees, the more they surprise us. This article explains how bees live and work, a perfect example of working organization. READ MORE