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Biotin
Biotin is a water-soluble B vitamin that works synergistically with pantothenic acid (also known as vitamin B5) in producing many crucial enzymes. We normally obtain this vitamin from food sources such as liver, nuts, oatmeal, rice, and legumes, but therapeutic doses can be incorporated through supplementation.


Propolis
Propolis'active principles - hydroxyacids, aldehydes, aromatic alcohols, terpens, aromatic essences and flavonoids - have many pharmacological properties, the most important of which are their protective action of the capillaries and their antidepressant, antitoxic, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects. This explains why propolis has always been used to fight alterations of the bacterial bowel flora, pharyngitis, flu, as well as skin diseases and skin reddenings.
Moreover, propolis stimulates the body's immune system and can thus be considered as a food supplement which helps to keep a state of healthiness and wellbeing.
Following are the most important properties of propolis given in detail:
- antibiotic, antifungal, antiviral action
- antioxidant (and, as a consequence, anti-ageing) and anti-rancidity effect;
- cicatrizant and stimulating tissue repair processes
- immunostimulant
- anaesthetizant


Chlorella
Chlorella is comparable to that of spirulina but contains less protein, much less beta-carotene but more than twice the nucleic acids and chlorophyll.  The heavy cell wall of chlorella binds with heavy metals, pesticides and carcinogens and carries them out of the body.  Chlorella is the safest algae to use for deficiency patterns when compared to all other algae’s. Chlorella is also used for:Degeneration, Alzheimer’s, Anemia, sciatica, palsy, seizures, multiple sclerosis, nervousness, blood sugar disorders, diabetes, hypoglycaemia, manic depression

 

Olive oil's health benefits
The beneficial health effects of olive oil are due to both its high content of monounsaturated fatty acids and its high content of antioxidative substances. Studies have shown that olive oil offers protection against heart disease by controlling LDL ("bad") cholesterol levels while raising HDL (the "good" cholesterol) levels. (1-3) No other naturally produced oil has as large an amount of monounsaturated as olive oil -mainly oleic acid.But while all types of olive oil are sources of monounsaturated fat, EXTRA VIRGIN olive oil, from the first pressing of the olives, contains higher levels of antioxidants, particularly vitamin E and phenols, because it is less processed.Spanish researchers suggest that including olive oil in your diet may also offer benefits in terms of colon cancer prevention.Their study results showed that rats fed diet supplemented with olive oil had a lower risk of colon cancer than those fed safflower oil-supplemented diets.

 

 


 
 

 

 


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