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  • CoQ10 – The Energy Factory!

    CoQ10 keeping you up?


    A  lot of research has been taken into the health benefits of Coenzyme Q10 or CoQ10 as it is commonly known as. There are clinical trials investigating its value for a number of health problems.


    The benefits associated with elevated levels of CoQ10 (ubiquinone) are not surprising as it is a ubiquitous component of the cells in our body. This means it is found in every cell in our bodies. In fact, it is often referred to as 'the energy factory of our cells'.                                                 CoQ10 is an essential biochemical agent which plays an integral role in the production of ATP, the energy source for all body processes.


    There is also strong evidence pointing towards the benefits of CoQ10 in cardiovascular health and many other areas. One interesting area is research into it use in the prevention of cell ageing and age-related cognitive decline.


    A natural source of Coenzyme Q10 is in organ meats such as liver, kidney, and heart. It can also be found in beef, sardines, and mackerel. Vegetarians or vegans who are used to eating these foods should find a suitable alternative. Luckily, there are vegetable sources that include spinach, broccoli, and cauliflower. Legumes such as peanuts and soybeans are the best non-animal sources of the substance.


    One recognised problem with CoQ10 supplementation is often the very poor bio-availability. This is caused by poor absorption in the gut because the molecule is very large and highly lipophilic. This means it tends want to combine with or dissolve in other lipids or fat. So to absorb efficiently in our gut, we ideally want to break this down to help with this process! It is the way a product absorbs into the system (bio-availability) that is such an important factor. To help solve this problem, we have developed the technology whereby our CoQ10 is emulsified and micellised, then turned into a powder form. This means that it can be easily and efficiently absorbed into the body. This unique process has been developed by our own labs which are known for their excellence and innovation.



    CoQ10 Chewable Supplement Tablets


    Aliment COQ10 is emulsified and micellised for excellent bio-availability - absorption and efficacy.


    Aliment Chewable CoQ10 is -


    • Micellised for excellent absorption
    • Chewable tablet - so easy to take
    • Sugar free - sweetened with xylitol
    • Wheat, Gluten Dairy and Yeast free
    • Suitable for vegetarians and vegans


  • Trust me, I'm (nearly) a doctor - Looking into Omega-3 deficiency


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  • Brilliantly Boosting Coconut Bars!


    Give yourself a boost with these great tasting, quick and easy to make coconut bars. These coconut bars contain all natural ingredients, are gluten and dairy free and contain no added sugar.

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  • Probiotics and Intense Exercise Study


    As well as ensuring all of our products are made to the highest manufacturing standards, it is also important to us to be at the front of the latest research and knowledge of different supplements. Our Proven Probiotics range has previously been used in UK studies performed in Cambridge and Sheffield have shown that 2 capsules (25 billion) of Adult Acidophilus and Bifidus Lab4 probiotics can provide real benefits in supporting digestive and immune health. As part of a new series of studies, we are also now beginning research to see what effect Proven Probiotics can have on gastrointestinal health in individuals who take part in regular intense exercise.


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  • We All Need to Supplement Vitamin D Daily


    On 21st July 2016, the UK government published recommendations based on a review by the Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN) stating that everybody in the UK should supplement 10μg (micrograms) of vitamin D every day throughout the Autumn and Winter months.

    In addition, the government stated that people who do not spend substantial time outdoors (for example, old or institutionalised people) and those who wear clothes that cover most of their skin whilst they are outdoors, should supplement vitamin D daily all year round.


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  • Nutrition 'Must be a Global Priority' Say Researchers


    Poor nutrition leads to the deaths of about 3.1 million under-fives annually, it says.

    An international team reviewed different causes of malnutrition in pregnancy and childhood.They say the first 1,000 days of life - from conception to two years - have lasting consequences for health.

    Malnutrition - which includes being overweight or obese as well as under-nourished - also has an economic impact.

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  • Watermelons Can Help Muscle Recovery


    Drinking a watermelons juice can relieve muscle soreness after exercise, new research suggests.

    • The amino acid L-citrulline in watermelons can cut an athlete’s recovery time and boost their performance
    • The chemical speeds up the process of lactic acid removal from the muscles which reduces soreness


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  • Big Brother, Big Mouth!


    •  The Smart Tooth device, which looks like a tooth, also monitors coughing and chewing.

    •  It could be used by doctors and dentists to assess a patient's habits.

    •  It works by monitoring the way in which the jaw is moving.

    •  A computer then analyses the data to work out what a person is doing.

    •  The gadget can be used as a removable fake tooth or it can be inserted into a crown.

  • Mediterranean Diet May Reduce Dementia Risk


    Eating a Mediterranean diet is good for the mind, research has concluded.


    The research, by the University of Exeter's Medical School, is the first systematic review of previous studies into the diet's benefits to the brain.

    It comes after research last month showed the same diet could help counteract a genetic risk of strokes.

    The team, supported by the National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care in the South West Peninsula, analysed 12 eligible pieces of research, 11 observational studies and one randomised control trial.


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  • Allergies and Modern Life (BBC Horizon)

    Series exploring topical scientific issues. Horizon follows two allergic families to investigate claims that the modern western lifestyle is responsible for the 'allergy epidemic'.

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