Anti-ageing and moisturising properties of hyaluronic acid
Hyaluronic acid has been well recognised by beauty industry as an anti-ageing and moisturising ingredient which can reduce fine lines and visible wrinkles in order to keep the skin smooth and young. Its moisturising properties help to keep the body’s tissues well hydrated and lubricated.
Hyaluronic acid, also called hyaluronan or hyaluronate is a gel-like substance that is naturally present throughout the human body, mainly found in the skin, eyes, joints and muscles. Hyaluronic Acid acts like a moisturiser for the tissue through binding water with collagen in the tissues, keeping them hydrated. One gram of hyaluronic acid is capable of holding as much as six litres of water. Sun exposure, smoking and pollution can lower the amount of hyaluronic acid in the skin. Its level decreases also with ageing.
According to a scientist Mao-Qiang Man (researcher at University of California San Francisco) stratum corneum hydration levels (the outermost layer of the skin) are likely the major contributor to “inflammaging” – a process of skin ageing due to existing inflammation. Man’s research suggests that a diseased, damaged (from UVA and UVB radiation) and wrinkly skin becomes part of the inflammation process, releasing chemicals that leads to further damage and inflammation. Hyaluronic acid can help with the skin hydration and support preventing the further damaging process in the skin.
Apart from keeping the skin smooth and young, anti-ageing and moisturising properties of hyaluronic acid have been used in the following fields:
- supporting joints health – it helps to keep them well lubricated, it enhances growth and development of cartilage, and it reduces inflammation
- dry eyes – hyaluronic acid was discovered first in the cow’s eye by a German scientist Dr. Karl Meyer in 1934. It makes up 95% of the fluid inside the eye, supporting the health of the eye/s cornea and retina. It also helps in absorbing shock and transporting nutrients
- wound healing – hyaluronic acid has also been identified as a support in acute wound healing
Hyaluronic acid can be applied topically in the forms of serums or as an ingredient of the skin creams but also injections are becoming more popular in the beauty industry (as HA joints injections). Hyaluronic acid is also a very popular ingredient of eye drops.
Hyaluronic acid supplementation has shown benefits in skin appearance, being considered as part of the anti-ageing supplement regime. It also helps with eyes and joint hydration. Liposomal formulas of hyaluronic acid can help with better absorption of the active ingredient and avoid being destroyed in the digestive tract before reaching the target tissues.
Vitamunda Hyaluronic Acid combined with Vitamin C contains 150mg of highly available hyaluronic acid and includes also vitamin C, contributing in collagen production – both ingredients can support your skin health and smoothness.
Author: Gosia Sojka – Certified Nutritional Therapist
Top vegetables for liver health
We suggest the following 5 vegetables for improving liver health and function:
Dandelion: is mostly known as a herb; however, it is superb for liver function. The root can be made into a coffee while the leaves can be used up in a salad or smoothie.
Jerusalem artichoke: contain inulin which is a complex carbohydrate not broken down by the body. It promotes liver regeneration and stimulate bile flow. The artichoke must be fresh, otherwise the inulin breaks down into sugars. Inulin nourishes bifidobacteria.
Fennel: it aids digestion and prevents flatulence. Helps the liver to work less.
Onion: versatile containing bioflavonoids, calcium, and sulphur. Key in cholesterol and blood sugar health.
Garlic: nutrient powerhouse, and possibly the most useful. Not only antiviral and antibacterial but also widely used against parasites, worms, moulds, yeast. It is a must in any detox programmes.
Beneficial supplements for liver health
We suggest the following 4 supplements for liver health and support:
Glutathione: major antioxidant in the body produced in the liver. Key role in liver detoxification.
B – Complex: all B vitamins are needed and used by the liver. They are involved in both phases of the liver detoxification process. B vitamins work in synergy and so it is recommended to take the complex. Lack of these will lead to fatigue, mental, and emotional problems.
Zinc: a co-enzyme for SOD enzyme.
Magnesium: involved in over 300 enzymatic reactions.
Author: Anita Andor, Nutritional Therapist
LIPOSOMAL GLUTATHIONE BENEFITS
Glutathione (GSH) is a key intra- and extracellular protective antioxidant with many benefits. It not only recycles other antioxidants such as Vitamin C and E but also sacrifices itself during the process. Free radicals move down the antioxidant chain starting with Vitamin C, E, alpha lipoic acid, and finally glutathione.
Liposomal glutathione and liposomal R-Alpha-Lipoic-Acid are highly
effective thanks to the improved absorption and bioavailability.
Most of us know that inflammation and oxidative stress are the leading cause of chronic diseases today. So, understanding and appreciating why glutathione is critical to every aspect of our health helps us to reduce inflammation and oxidative stress.
Inflammation is an essential and protective response to tissue injury. Acute inflammation is needed to remove the damaging agents and the injured tissues, thereby promoting tissue repair. When this occurs in an uncontrolled manner, and continuously, acute inflammation develops into chronic inflammation.
During the acute inflammatory phase, the cells recruit reactive oxygen species (ROS) to the injured site. ROS are metabolic by-products acting as signalling molecules (regulate cell growth and death) and mediators of inflammation. Why are they harmful? Because they oxidize protein and lipid molecules as well as damage DNA. ROS is an essential part of biological processes; however, as with everything else in life, too much of a good thing can be taxing! Oxidative stress means that there are insufficient antioxidant levels in comparison to reactive oxygen and nitrogen species.
Chronic inflammation leads to oxidative stress and vice versa!
Glutathione is the mother of all antioxidants! It has a self-regeneration capacity and is present in every single cell.
Several factors deplete glutathione levels. We invite you to watch the recordings of our webinar to learn more on this by clicking here.
Depleted Glutathione levels are contributing to:
- Neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Huntington’s
- Pulmonary complications: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma and acute respiratory distress syndrome
- Cholesterol oxidation
- Chronic age-related diseases (cataracts, macular degeneration, hearing impairment and glaucoma)
- Impaired detoxification
Let’s look at the importance of glutathione in detoxification, brain and lung health:
Glutathione is involved in detoxifying xenobiotics (toxins) and other internal compounds
produced by the body. While it exists in every single cell in the body, the concentration is ten times higher in the liver cells. During Phase II liver detoxification, glutathione joins forces with an enzyme called glutathione -s transferase and attaches itself to the toxins. It neutralizes them so they can be expelled from the body without causing damage.
In Alzheimer’s disease, protein deposits, plague forms, and synaptic connection loss occur, leading to cognitive impairment. In addition, the brain is more vulnerable to oxidative damage than other body parts due to the high levels of unsaturated lipids, oxygen, redox metal ions, and poor antioxidant systems.
A central feature of lung inflammation – such as idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, acute
respiratory distress syndrome, cystic fibrosis and asthma – is compromised alveolar and
bronchial function. GSH is important in mitochondrial respiration, immune modulation,
remodelling of the extracellular matrix, and apoptosis (cell death). ROS and reactive nitrogen species (RNS) also act on certain amino acids in proteins (e.g. enzymes, kinases) such as methionine, tyrosine and cysteine, profoundly altering the function of these proteins in inflammatory lung diseases. Some people are more susceptible to lung inflammation due to genetic reasons.
Oxidants are not only produced by metabolic processes; we inhale them. Ozone, cigarette smoking, nitrogen dioxide and sulphur dioxide are exceptionally dangerous and exacerbate the inflammatory process. Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF-a ) is a pro-inflammatory cytokine recognized as a prime mediator of lung inflammation. If you are genetically prone to have a higher TNF activity – like me – you are more likely to suffer from lung complications. Therefore, liposomal glutathione was an absolute life-saver for me during covid and it had really many benefits.
How can you increase your levels?
Increasing cruciferous vegetables and protein-rich (considering glutathione is a tri-peptide) foods help the production of glutathione. However, I believe this is insufficient – considering the toxic load of today’s pollution and diet – so I recommend supplementing with liposomal glutathione, which really has many benefits. Research confirms that liposomal formulations offer the highest absorption. In addition, alpha-lipoic acid is a great way to stimulate glutathione production.
Sadly, ageing significantly contributes to depleting levels, so I recommend supplementing if you are over thirty. Glutathione levels are lowest in the morning. Therefore, supplementing in the morning on an empty stomach and before bedtime is the most effective way to replenish and ensure better absorption.
How long should glutathione be taken?
At least for one month if you are in good health and looking for maintenance only. I have
seen notable results after two months of consumption, and I believe it is safe for up to three months. However, most research is conducted on six months trials which suggests that it can be taken for up to six months. The typical dosage is between 250 and 1,000mg daily, depending on the person and on the formulation. This is based on my clinical experience.
Powder liposomal supplements are absorbed 20 times better by the body in comparison to regular supplements. You can get maximum effects by consuming lower doses. They are pure, natural, and biocompatible. A game-changing innovative new way to get supplements, preventing stomach acids prematurely breaking down the active ingredients.
If you want to know more about inflammation and how to reduce it, click here to read Anita’s article.
Author: Anita Andor, Women’s Health Specialist – mBANT Nutritional Therapist
MSM supplements benefits
Methylsulfonylmethane, more commonly known as MSM, is one of the most popular dietary supplements and it has really many benefits. It can be used to treat a wide array of symptoms and conditions.
It’s a sulfur-containing compound found naturally in plants, animals, and humans. It can also be produced in a lab to create dietary supplements in powder or capsule form. MSM is widely used in the alternative medicine field and by people looking for a natural way to relieve joint pain, reduce inflammation and boost immunity. In addition, research supports its use in treating several conditions, amongst which joint pain and symptoms of arthritis.
MSM supplements my help decrease Joint Pain
One of the most popular uses of MSM is to decrease joint or muscle pain. It has been shown to benefit those with joint degeneration, a common cause of pain in the knees, back, hands and hips. Studies have shown that MSM significantly reduces inflammation in your body. It also inhibits the breakdown of cartilage, a flexible tissue that protects the ends of your bones in joints (1).
A study with 100 people over the age of 50 found that treatment with a supplement containing 1,200 mg of MSM for 12 weeks decreased pain, stiffness and swelling in the joints, compared to a placebo (2). The group receiving the supplement also reported improved overall quality of life and less difficulty walking and getting out of bed (2).
Another study of 32 people with lower back pain found that taking a glucosamine supplement containing MSM significantly reduced lumbar stiffness and pain upon movement, plus greatly increased quality of life (3).
SUMMARY – Studies have shown that MSM is effective in reducing joint pain, stiffness and swelling. In doing so, it can improve your quality of life.
MSM supplements may help alleviate arthritis symptoms by reducing pain and stiffness
Arthritis is a common inflammatory condition that causes pain, stiffness, and a reduced range of motion in your joints. Since MSM has powerful anti-inflammatory properties, it’s often used as a natural alternative to medications to improve arthritis-related symptoms.
A study in 49 people with knee osteoarthritis found that taking 3.4 grams of MSM per day for 12 weeks reduced pain and stiffness and improved physical function, compared to a placebo (4).
Additionally, it can enhance the effectiveness of other common supplements used to treat arthritis such as glucosamine sulfate, chondroitin sulfate and boswellic acid*. One study found that combining MSM with glucosamine and chondroitin was more effective at decreasing pain and stiffness in people with knee osteoarthritis than glucosamine and chondroitin alone (5).
Another study showed that a daily supplement containing 5 grams of MSM and 7 grams of boswellic acid was more effective than glucosamine at reducing pain and improving function in people with knee osteoarthritis (6). What’s more, the people who received the MSM and boswellic acid supplement were less dependent on anti-inflammatory medications than the glucosamine group (6).
SUMMARY – MSM supplements have been shown to help reduce pain and stiffness in people with arthritis. They may also help improve physical function.
*Boswellic acids are a series of compounds that are produced by plants in the genus Boswellia (also known as Indian frankincense).
The use of MSM is very safe. MSM is one of the least toxic substances known. Subjects who took 1 gram of MSM per kilogram of body weight daily for one month experienced no negative side effects. Slight detoxification symptoms may (temporarily) occur when taking MSM, such as loose stools, skin rashes, mild headaches, and fatigue. If necessary, the dose can then be slightly reduced.
Build up the dose gradually over 2 to 3 weeks (the dose can be increased every 2 days). Take the dose divided over the day with meals (or on an empty stomach). The maximum dose also depends on intestinal tolerance and (severity of) the condition. Under the supervision of a professional, the dose can be increased if necessary.
Our liposomal formula with Glucosamine, MSM, Boswellia, and Bamboo Silica is very effective and highly absorbed.
LIPOCELLTECH™ – latest generation of liposomal technology
Liposomes have long been used as an effective pharmaceutical delivery method. More recently the liposome delivery method is becoming more common in natural health. The active ingredients are enveloped in a bubble of phospholipids which are fat molecules that make up the main part of the cell wall. This protects the active ingredients and allows them to better survive the digestive process and enter the intestines. Here the liposome fuses with the cell walls and the active ingredients are released and enter the blood stream. The phospholipids of the liposomes are then used in the body as they are identical to the cell membrane phospholipids.
Our supplements are powdered liposomal products from Vitamunda and use LipoCellTech technology. Advantages:
- Only pure ingredients. No fillers, preservatives, or other non-active ingredients
- Powder has a neutral flavour
- Long shelf life. Powder in capsules has a shelf life of up to 2 years from the date of production, without losing its efficacy
- High bioavailability
- Natural production method without use of heat, pressure, or chemicals
- Guaranteed high-quality liposomal products
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2) Xu G, Zhou T, Gu Y, et al. Evaluation of the Effect of Mega MSM on Improving Joint Function in Populations Experiencing Joint Degeneration. Int J Biomed Sci. 2015;11(2):54-60.
3) Tant L, Gillard B, Appelboom T. Open-label, randomized, controlled pilot study of the effects of a glucosamine complex on Low back pain. Curr Ther Res Clin Exp. 2005;66(6):511-521. doi:10.1016/j.curtheres.2005.12.009
4) Debbi EM, Agar G, Fichman G, Ziv YB, Kardosh R, Halperin N, Elbaz A, Beer Y, Debi R. Efficacy of methylsulfonylmethane supplementation on osteoarthritis of the knee: a randomized controlled study. BMC ComplementAltern Med. 2011 Jun 27;11:50. doi: 10.1186/1472-6882-11-50. PMID: 21708034; PMCID: PMC3141601.
5) Lubis AMT, Siagian C, Wonggokusuma E, Marsetyo AF, Setyohadi B. Comparison of Glucosamine-ChondroitinSulfate with and without Methylsulfonylmethane in Grade I-II Knee Osteoarthritis: A Double Blind Randomized Controlled Trial. Acta Med Indones. 2017 Apr;49(2):105-111. PMID: 28790224.
6) Notarnicola A, Maccagnano G, Moretti L, Pesce V, Tafuri S, Fiore A, Moretti B. Methylsulfonylmethane and boswellic acidsversus glucosamine sulfate in the treatment of knee arthritis: Randomized trial. Int J Immunopathol Pharmacol. 2016 Mar;29(1):140-6. doi: 10.1177/0394632015622215. Epub 2015 Dec 18. PMID: 26684635; PMCID: PMC5806735.
What supplements for a vegan diet?
With good planning and understanding, it is possible to meet your recommended daily intake for all the essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals requirements with a balanced vegan diet, or plant based diet. However, if your diet isn’t planned properly, even for just one day, you will miss out on the essentials.
The seven important nutrients that you may need to supplement on a vegan diet are:
1. Iron and 2. B12
Too little iron can lead to anaemia and symptoms like decreased immune function and fatigue. Iron is needed for energy metabolism and is the nutrient needed to make new DNA and red blood cells, as well as carrying oxygen in the blood.
Iron can be found in two forms: heme and non-heme. Heme iron is only available from animal products, whereas non-heme iron is found in plants. Heme iron is more easily absorbed from your diet than non-heme iron.
Vitamin B12 is only found naturally in foods from animal sources and is important for many bodily processes, including the formation of oxygen-transporting red blood cells and protein metabolism. It also plays a crucial role in the health of your nervous system. Too little vitamin B12 can also lead to anaemia, and nervous system damage, as well as infertility and bone and heart disease.
We recommend Liposomal Vitamin B12 to aid the formation of red blood cells that maintain the iron level in the body, combined with iron-rich foods and a source of vitamin C to help boost iron absorption such as Liposomal Vitamin C.
Dark green vegetables such as watercress, broccoli and spring greens, beans, lentils, peas, nuts, dried fruit such as raisins, seeds, whole grains, such as brown rice and enriched brown bread, fortified foods including cereal, and some plant milks, are all great for providing much-needed iron.
3. Calcium and 4. Vitamin D
Calcium plays a role in muscle function, nerve signalling and heart health, along with being necessary for good bone and teeth health. Non-vegans get most of their calcium from dairy foods, so it’s important for vegans to get calcium in other ways. Good sources of calcium for vegans are fortified unsweetened soya, rice and oat milk, leafy green vegetables (but not spinach), almonds, sesame seeds and tahini, dried fruit, pulses, brown (wholemeal) and white bread.
Note that the body needs vitamin D to absorb calcium. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that helps enhance the absorption of calcium and phosphorus from your stomach, and influences many other bodily processes, including immune function, mood, memory and muscle recovery.
Unfortunately, very few foods naturally contain vitamin D, and foods fortified with vitamin D are often considered insufficient to satisfy the daily amounts needed, which partly explains the worldwide vitamin D deficiency among both vegans and omnivores. Fortified margarine and fat spreads, fortified breakfast cereals and egg yolks contain vitamin D, and of course you also get vitamin D when exposed to sunshine.
Therefore, it is important that vegans invest a good vitamin D supplement, and we recommend Good Health Natually’s Vitamin D3 to deliver a significant dose of Vitamin D3 as well as calcium from coral.
5. Omega-3 fatty acids
Omega-3s are the nutrients that help build and maintain an all-around healthy body, being the key to the structure of every cell wall that you have. They are also a great energy source and help keep your lungs, heart, blood vessels and immune system working the way
they should. Omega-3 fatty acids are essential nutrients that are important in preventing and managing heart disease.
High concentrations of vegan sources of Omega 3s can be found in seeds, particularly hemp, chia and ground flaxseed, as well as walnuts, and soy (including tofu, tempeh, soy milk). There are also large amounts of ALA in canola oils, which are another vegan option. Omega-3 fish oil contains both EPA and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid and eicosapentaenoic acid).
The Krill Miracle is a dietary supplement of ultra-pure omega fatty acids formulated to promote wellness and longevity. It gives a balanced fatty acid nutrition, with added ingredients to support normal immune function, may aid cardiovascular health, joint mobility, brain function, and skin health too.
Krill is a tiny shrimp-like crustacean found in the Southern Oceans, the only oceans in the world that remain unpolluted by the heavy toxic metals that are now to be found in many fish oils.
Insufficient intake of zinc can lead to developmental problems, hair loss, diarrhoea, and delayed wound healing. It’s the mineral that’s crucial for metabolism, immune function, and the repair of body cells.
To maximise your intake, you should eat a variety of zinc-rich foods throughout the day, including whole grains, wheat germ, tofu, sprouted breads, legumes, nuts, and seeds.
To give you a whole range of minerals including Organic Selenium, Zinc, Manganese, Copper, and others, we recommend Good Health Naturally’s Antioxidant Minerals.
Getting enough iodine is crucial for healthy thyroid function, which controls your metabolism, and insufficient iodine intake can lead to hypothyroidism. This can cause various symptoms, such as low energy levels, tingling in your hands and feet, forgetfulness, dry skin, depression and weight gain.
Health conditions like ADHD, autism, learning disabilities, autoimmune thyroid disorders, and cancers of the thyroid, breast, ovaries, and uterus can often all be caused by iodine deficiency. All cells in the body utilise the critical mineral iodine and rely on it for daily function.
The only foods considered to have consistently high iodine levels are iodized salt, seafood, seaweed, because food grown close to the ocean tends to be higher in iodine. Also, dairy products which pick up iodine from solutions used to clean cows and farm equipment.
A small amount of half a teaspoon (2.5 ml) of iodized salt is sufficient to meet your daily needs, but for vegans who do not want to consume iodized salt, or eat seaweed several times per week, should consider taking an iodine supplement such as Nascent Iodine. It is in its atomic form — consumable and paramagnetic — is highly preferable to its molecular form. This is the form of iodine that is well-recognised by the thyroid and easily used.
What are good sources of protein for vegetarians and vegans?
A variety of protein from different sources is necessary to get the right mixture of amino acids, which are used to build and repair the body’s cells. Most vegans will have enough protein in their diet, from good sources of protein such as pulses and beans, cereals (wheat, oats and rice), soya products (tofu, soya drinks and textured soya protein, such as soya mince), nuts and seeds.
However, proteins can be one of the most difficult substances to metabolise. If the digestive process is incomplete, undigested protein can wind up in your circulatory system, as well as in other parts of your body. We recommend Protease Enzyme Therapy to help break proteins down into smaller proteins and amino acids.
They can be of great benefit to people who have difficulty digesting proteins, but they have even broader therapeutic applications. Protease aids digestion of proteins and helps your immune system to fight infection.
Check out our range of supplements and vitamins which are all made with the highest grade, certified non-GMO ingredients of the purest quality and are vegan friendly: https://lemonwellmed.co.uk/health-products/
All vegans who are unable to meet their dietary recommendations through diet alone should consider taking supplements. Well-planned vegan diets can fulfil nutritional needs, but certain nutrient requirements may be difficult to achieve through diet and fortified foods alone, especially vitamin B12, vitamin D, and long-chain omega-3s.
The gold standard in health supplements
Elena Lena, of LemonWellMed, a supplier of nutritional supplements and innovative diagnostic and therapeutic devices discusses cutting-edge health technology – liposomal supplements.
When we think of new technology, our minds are often drawn to machines – the latest smartphone, eco-friendly transportation, AI, and robotics, but what about new innovations in health?
During the previous 18 months or so, many people have taken a greater interest in their health and are seeking out new and different approaches to preventative health. Let’s not wait until we are sick and have to treat the issue but take a more proactive approach and find ways to boost our body’s defences.
You have likely taken at least one vitamin or mineral supplement in your lifetime, but you may not be aware that the body can sometimes struggle to absorb the ingredients in a tablet. This measure of absorption efficacy is known as bioavailability.
Therein lies a tricky problem for manufacturers. To provide an effective dose of the vitamin or mineral to the cells that need it, it is often necessary to create tablets with larger doses due to low bioavailability. This absorption problem decreases the efficacy and increases the cost of the supplement. Larger doses of vitamins and minerals may also place unhelpful strain on the liver and kidneys.
Liposomal supplements work differently
Many years of medical research have led to the development of liposomal supplements. These smart supplements have the active ingredient enclosed in a lipid layer (the liposome) which protects the vitamin or mineral from the harsh environment of the stomach allowing almost complete absorption into the blood. In addition, because the liposome is identical in composition to the body’s cells, the lipid layer is also utilised by the body helping to repair cell walls – effectively there is no waste product. This innovative delivery system shows remarkable results, supported by dozens of research studies, enhancing bioavailability.
But not all liposomal supplements are created equal either.
Some liposomal supplements containing liquid-based liposomes have been
manufactured using heat and/or high pressure and chemicals are added for stability.
Some dry or powder-form liposomes have a similar production process. These manufacturing processes can damage the ingredients leading to inferior,
less pure and less effective products.
Why does this matter?
The powder-form liposomal supplements developed by UK-based company Vitamunda using LipoCellTech technology are unique liposomal supplements that contain only the vitamins or minerals and the phospholipid layer. Vitamunda, a preferred partner for LemonWellMed, is committed to producing the purest supplements without flavourings or preservatives, making their products highly beneficial and safe for all. This innovative technology pushes the bioavailability to around 95%, up to 20 times that of some traditional supplements.
Commonly asked questions
Why should I spend more on liposomal supplements?
Liposomal supplements are generally more expensive than traditional supplements. However, because they are much more effective at delivering the vitamins or minerals to the cells that need them, they produce far superior results. When you realise that for some supplements only 5% of the ingredient is absorbed by the body, you can immediately see the value of the products.
How do I take liposomal supplements?
Dry, powder-form liposomal supplements come in capsule form and are taken in the same way as any other supplement you might use. Consume with a meal and plenty of water.
Which liposomal supplements should I consider?
Naturally, this depends on which body system you are wanting to support and whether you have conditions that might benefit from additional supplementation with highly bioavailable vitamins or minerals.
During the winter months, certainly in the UK, our bodies lack Vitamin D which is vital for a strong immune system, teeth, and bones as well as heart health and improved mood, so I would recommend putting this one high on your list.
To help your body fight the winter bugs, of course, add Vitamin C to your daily regimen.
If you are looking for an all-around boost, the multivitamin and mineral formulation would be the perfect option for you. Containing 17 vitamins and minerals with unprecedented efficacy, this is the Rolls Royce of liposomal supplementation.
Are Vitamunda liposomal supplements suitable for vegans?
All Vitamunda’s liposomal supplements are suitable for vegans with the exception of the multivitamin which is OK for vegetarians but not vegans.
Where can I buy the products?
All Vitamunda liposomal supplements are available for single orders or bulk purchases WITH SPECIAL OFFERS at lemonwellmed.co.uk.
What guarantees are offered by LemonWellMed for these supplements?
LemonWellMed has done due diligence to ensure that all Vitamunda products are developed in-house according to GMP and HACCP standards. The in-house manufacture allows Vitamunda to ensure that all products contain only pure and active ingredients.
For more information about how liposomal technology works visit https://lipocelltech.com/ .
Lemon Well Med’s vision is for a world where everyone enjoys life to the full by being as healthy as possible for as long as possible. We support individuals to adopt healthy choices and healthcare practitioners to provide innovative treatments for optimum health every day.
The perfect formula for your body!
Liposomal nutritional supplements have been developed using innovative technology that ensures maximum absorption of vitamins and nutrients into the body. They remain in the bloodstream longer than traditional supplements as they are not affected by the digestive system. This means that you get the complete benefit from the supplement and ensures you remain in optimum health. A very effective and targeted delivery system.
Ingredients are 100% natural, vegetarian, and vegan friendly. Each ingredient is critically selected for quality and purity. Only the very best ingredients end up in our products. No unnecessary additives. All products are put together with the utmost care.
We have a wide range of quality liposomal supplements to empower your health with countless benefits. They come both in liquid and powder form and suit all ages and all needs.
You can’t do without the Pure C, combining Vitamin C with Quercetin, the great Brain Power formula, combining Curcumin with Resveratrol and the award-winning GABA with Ashwagandha. Not to mention the unique dry range that stands out for purity and unprecedented absorption rate.
This exceptional range includes superior combinations: vitamins D3 and K2 with magnesium, premium multivitamins and multi-minerals blend, vitamin B12 enriched with D-ribose, MSM with Boswellia and Glucosamine.
At Lemon Well Med, we firmly believe that this is the best way forward for the consumption of supplements and that liposomal products maximise the benefits of taking supplements.
Our supplements can be delivered to your door with ease.
Plus, it gives you peace of mind in knowing that your health needs, and those of your family, are being met when using our supplements.
We offer incredible value for money.
Why supplements are important
It’s nice to think that just by eating a healthy diet we can give our bodies everything they need, but unfortunately, this is not the case. Today the nutritional values of fruits and vegetables are below those that were available in the 1970s. This is due to the many fertilisers used in commercial farming, meaning soils have been significantly deprived of vital nutrients over time. Furthermore, the producers of our fruits and vegetables create hybrid forms to enhance their colour, weight and long shelf life, which seriously decreases the nutritional values and health benefits too.
Even if you are eating a fully organic diet, you would need 12-14 portions of fruit and vegetables a day to give your body what it needs.
For centuries, we have relied on nutrient-rich water sources to get the essential minerals our bodies need, but the way modern water production works, along with the excessive use of filters, our water is depleted of vitamins and minerals. Therefore, we need dietary supplements to gain the essential nutrients and micronutrients that cannot be introduced with a regular diet, regardless of how balanced and healthy.
Vitamunda Multivitamin & Multimineral Multi capsules will provide a solid foundation for all your nutritional needs. A unique and powerful liposomal formula, fully balanced and carefully formulated to provide comprehensive nutritional support to the whole family.
How can we help our bodies deal with everything modern life throws at us?
In the ever-changing world, our bodies need more nutrients to combat the increased amount of toxins that are constantly released around us, because the nutrients from food today are not up to the challenge.
Environmental factors, including air pollution and even excessive sun exposure, are known to promote the excessive free radical formation and oxidative stress. Lifestyle choices play a part too – smoking, alcohol, high blood sugar and many more.
Antioxidants are molecules that attach an electron to a free radical without making them unstable, resulting in efficient and effective absorption of minerals, calcium and vitamins by the entire body as well as the brain, where all three play such a protective role.
Our liquid zeolite is the perfect daily supplement to handle the huge amounts of toxins that modern-day living is creating, enhancing detoxification and balancing the body’s PH.
Our body’s requirements change depending on different factors, which is why supplements are important for many reasons including age and exercise…
As a health-savvy person, we know you are dedicated to maintaining good health for yourself and your family. We know, too, that you are acutely aware that the human immune system (we recommend Immunia Pro to strengthen this) is constantly challenged by factors we have mentioned such as environmental pollution and poor dietary choices, plus day-to-day stress and even the normal ageing process.
As we get older, we have a harder time digesting food and retaining nutrients even with a balanced diet, and this is worsened when more medications are needed for age-related medical conditions. It is important when seeking medical advice, that your health care advisor is recommending supplements, especially if the medication will interfere with stomach acid meaning even less nutrients of the food eaten will be absorbed.
If you are looking for a supplement to balance high blood pressure, decrease the risk of age-related cognitive decline, help avoid chronic fatigue issues, lower the risk of hip fractures, help prevent heart disease, help reduce chances of stroke, and that may reduce overall osteoporosis risk then Liposomal Vitamin C Vitamunda is for you.
Exercise and nutrition are essential components of a healthy lifestyle, as they can influence energy balance and improve immunity. Supplements can contribute to the normal function of the immune system during and after intense physical exercise, plus they may benefit areas such as joint health, normal immune function and cardiovascular health.
So, all things considered, taking supplements is an essential step towards optimum wellness to achieve a healthier you!
Check out our Nr. 1 Vitamunda range of supplements and vitamins which are all made with the highest grade, certified non-GMO ingredients of the purest quality and are vegan friendly.