All posts tagged "supplements"
Nutritionalist answers questions on Facebook
Nutritionalist and Author Robert Redfern answers questions about achieving good health naturally on his Facebook fan page TheMiracleEnzyme.
- Posted August 23, 2011
You’ve heard it before: You are what you eat!
How many times have you heard about the importance of a healthy diet? Dozens for sure, if not thousands of times. Mostly, people think about diet when trying to curb their weight. With the U.S. obesity rate...
- Posted August 22, 2011
Check out the latest discussions on Facebook
The Facebook page TheMiracleEnzyme has hundreds of fans who regularly post their comments about Serrapeptase, natural health and questions to Nutritionalist Robert Redfern. Here is a sample of the latest posts:
- Posted August 22, 2011
SERRANOL®- Famous already
…THE ALL IN ONE SUPPLEMENT MAKING HEADLINES I was thrilled to see my SERRANOL® formulation featured in the latest Health Sciences Institute magazine (Aug 2011) as a noteworthy formulation! No other supplement offers Serrapeptase, Curcumin, Ecklonia Cava...
- Posted August 12, 2011
Lutein fights age-related vision and heart problems
Lutein is a carotene found in green leafy vegetables, egg yolks, animal fats and is used by organisms as an antioxidant. But recent studies are showing that the xanthophyll can also protect against the formation of plaque...
- Posted July 31, 2011
Keeping blood sugar regular with diet is the best way to keep your Pancreas healthy and working and to keep diabetes and other diseases at bay. However, research shows that the average person consumes at least 12...
- Posted July 20, 2011
Studies show daily cinnamon intake is beneficial
A sprinkle of cinnamon on morning coffee is very tasty, but more studies reveal that cinnamon has healing powers as well. Several university studies are backing what nutritionalists have known for sometime, that cinnamon has beneficial effects...
- Posted July 6, 2011
1st Line supports compromised immune systems
The medical community has long prescribed antibiotics when patients have faced infection, but we are watching the end of this treatment’s effectiveness as bacteria mutate and evolve to resist such interventions.
- Posted June 29, 2011
Sprouted Grains are Best
Should we eat wheat or not in order to stay healthy? Nutritionalist and Health Care coach Robert Redfern says yes, we need to eat grains, but it needs to be the right kind. Sprouted grains are grains,...
- Posted June 27, 2011
One woman’s Serrapeptase success story
Not so long ago Mrs Maureen Rooney threaded a needle and sewed on a button. So what? I hear you say. In fact, this was a huge achievement in her 16-year battle against MS. It has involved...
- Posted June 23, 2011