Vitamin K

Posted by ecostinger on 14th Nov 2014

Vitamin K is named after the German word for blood clotting “ koagulation”.Vitamin K makes a variety of unique contributions to our health. It is a group of fat soluble vitamins known as “quinones” that are essential for the liver and of several proteins involved in the clotting of blood. The human body needs fat soluble vitamins to complete synthesis of certain proteins that are …
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Sun Protection Swimwear

Posted by ecostinger on 11th Nov 2014

Wearing traditional swimsuits may not provide you with protection from the sun UVA and UVB radiation; For best sun protection cover, fabric should provide excellent uv protection and blocks >97.5% of the sun UV radiation. The highest rating is UPF50+, for more information visit ARPANSA, the Australian leading authority on UV radiation. When shopping for sun protection swimwear cons …
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Vitamin E

Posted by ecostinger on 10th Nov 2014

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble nutrient found in many foods. It acts in the body as an antioxidant and helps to protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals. Free radicals are compounds formed when our bodies convert the food we eat into energy. Free radicals can harm cells, tissue and organ so having normal storage of vitamin E helps us against free radical damage as it is a powerful …
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List of the Best Foods & Supplements to Protect Our Skin from The Sun

Posted by ecostinger on 5th Nov 2014

Sunscreens and sun clothing protect our skin from the sun heat and uv radiation. However some food can also provide protection from the sun. Sunscreens can be dangerous if they are misused or contain the wrong ingredients, its always advisable to check the EWG database before buying the right sunscreen. Using alternative natural ways to protect the skin such as wearing hats and shirt …
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