CoQ10 and Statins

11/26/2014 3:35:05 PM

Up to 50 million people in the US are now taking Statin drugs to aid managing their Cholesterol levels.Certain medications may interfere with the body's production of CoQ 10 , or partially block its function. The best evidence regards cholesterol-lowering drugs in the statin family, such as lovastatin (Mevacor), simvastatin (Zocor), and pravastatin (Pravachol) and others. These medications impair CoQ 10 synthesis as an inevitable side effect of their mechanism of action.

 

Liposomal Vitamin C and Treatment of Lyme Disease

11/26/2014 3:31:23 PM

Vitamin C has already been extensively and unequivocally documented to readily and treat cure a wide range of infectious diseases, including many viral syndromes considered difficult to treat. In reviewing a great amount of this information, it becomes apparent that for most infectious diseases, especially viral ones, the only clinical failures of vitamin C appear to occur when a large enough amount of vitamin C cannot be effectively delivered to the invading microorganisms.

 

PREVENT GASTRIC DISCOMFORT WHEN TAKING SUPPLEMENTS

10/16/2014 5:14:38 PM

Most of us have experienced some form of stomach discomfort and nausea that is all too common side effect for traditional pill based forms supplements. These side effect are also the same reason that pill form supplements lose most of their substance as the body processes the pill in your gastric system.

 

LIPOSOMAL VERSUS PILL FORM SUPPLEMENTS

10/16/2014 4:57:08 PM

Aurora Nutrascience is now producing the Industries best Liposomal supplements in the market. Liposomal based supplements is a new technology garnering lots of attention in the highly competitive world of health and nutrition products.

 

OVER 7 SIGNS YOU'RE VITAMIN C DEFICIENT

10/6/2014 6:29:26 PM

From the 15th to 17th century sailors set forth on long and onerous journeys across the ocean not knowing if they would ever see dry land again. They came face to face with raging storms, were challenged mentally and physically and often ended up stranded or shipwrecked. However, more than anything, these sailors were impacted by a vitamin C deficiency known as scurvy. Scurvy would ravage sailors, leaving their gums rotten, their body full of pain, and their body covered in red spots.