Antioxidants are considered essential to fight certain diseases, limit the effects of aging and support the immune system. Why is it important to consume them? And what role do antioxidants play in our health? Let's decipher.
To cope with the drop in temperature, it is important to eat well. In November, it is still possible to enjoy some autumnal vegetables such as squash, mushrooms, broccoli or cauliflower. In December, the undisputed stars are root vegetables such as carrots, Jerusalem artichokes, turnips, beetroot, salsify, but also oranges, mandarins and clementines. Under the microscope: Jerusalem artichokes, chestnuts, pears and nuts. To make your mouth water.
Turmeric, saffron or cinnamon are much more than just spices. By activating the happiness hormones, they can be a natural anti-depression alternative. Also, several plants very rich in L-dopa, a precursor of dopamine, are known to act on the central nervous system and soothe our anxieties. Focus on five plants and spices to overcome depression.
In the United States, in the south of Oregon, flows a high altitude lake protected from all pollution, the Upper Klamath Lake. In this exceptional biotope, a little wonder of nature has been growing for thousands of years: the Aphanizomenon Flos-Aquae (AFA) or Klamath algae. Fortifying, revitalising and restorative, Klamath contains specific active ingredients that make it an unrivalled algae.
Carotenoids are pigments that are naturally found in many different fruits, vegetables, algae and plants. They are widely known for having a variety of health benefits. The health benefits of carotenoids have been the subject of many scientific research studies. Nonetheless, the results are sometimes disputed. What is the current position? Overview of research by Eggersdorfer & Wyss.
Consumed since time immemorial, pomegranate is renowned for its high concentration of polyphenols. This sacred fruit, highly valued in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine, is now the subject of scientific interest for its antioxidant and protective properties, particularly in treating cardiovascular diseases. Above and beyond its fresh, tart flavour, pomegranate is packed with active anti-ageing ingredients that preserve the skin’s youthful appearance. Overview of a treasure for your health
Water, Mason Jars and a multitude of flavours: there's something for everyone! Summer waters are an opportunity to refresh and hydrate your body effectively. But not only that! By choosing the ingredients carefully, you can enjoy specific benefits while pleasing your taste buds. Discover our summer water recipes and their health benefits.
The sun's UV rays are essential to the proper functioning of the body. However, too much sun is harmful to the skin, as it produces oxidative stress which damages the cells of the epidermis and accelerates its aging. This is why it is essential to optimize your antioxidant intake, with a supplementation of beta-carotene, lycopene, astaxanthin or polyphenols for example. Find out how to protect your cells and enjoy the benefits of the sun without damaging your skin.
They have become essential: food supplements. To stay healthy, the human body needs a daily intake of different nutrients so that each organ functions optimally. Choosing the right food supplement requires knowing your needs, the nutrients it contains and their benefits.
Skin protection, ocular health, athletic performance, and a healthy heart are just some of the health care benefits ascribed to astaxanthin. Although these benefits are widely recognized today, less is known about the 3 sources and their differences. How to choose the most suitable astaxanthin and from what source? Overview of the research carried out by Capelli, Talbott and Ding.
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