Joints & Mobility
A guide to cycling
Before you get on the bicycle to start riding, there are a few essential steps you need to take to get off to a good start. Learn some us... Read more
Am I getting enough Omega-3 in my diet?
While the body can convert ALA into EPA and DHA, the amounts are small therefore it’s recommended that you obtain EPA and DHA from other sources.
Are Omega-3 supplements from the sea sustainable?
Fish, krill and Life’s DHA from Red Algal are all natural marine sources of omega 3.
Benefits of Exercise: How does exercise impact your body?
Here are our top reasons for getting your body moving.
Five huge health benefits from eating magnesium rich foods
Good dietary wholefood sources of magnesium include:
Five ways to boost bone strength
ur bones support our every move, protect our vital organs and act as a storehouse for important minerals.
Getting back into exercise after injury
Whether you’re a competitive athlete or someone who exercises to stay fit, you may experience an injury that affects your exercise routin... Read more
How can I get more omega-3 in my diet?
Many people believe that consuming fats in your diet is a bad thing. This is only true for saturated fats.
How omega-3 can help improve mood
Around 50‐60% of the brain is made up of fats, one‐third of which is from the omega-3 family.
How to cope with knee pain
Low-impact exercise is one of the best ways to relieve knee pain and keep swelling and stiffness at bay.
How to identify the early signs of joint damage
When cartilage starts to wear, it can cause inflammation of the entire joint.
How to Support Your Joints and Relieve Joint Pain
Fortunately, there is a range of substances available which may help to support your joints.
How to treat and manage osteoporosis
When you’re young, more bone is formed than is broken down, so density and strength increases until around the age of 30.
Importance of stretching after exercise
While most people who look after their health are mindful of stretching prior to a workout, there are many of us who fail to correctly co... Read more
Is working out good for your bones?
Along with adequate calcium intake and normal vitamin D levels, physical activity is essential for supporting bone health and maintaining... Read more
Omega-3 rich foods you should be eating
To obtain enough omega-3 needed for good heart and general health, ensure you eat two to three servings of oily fish each week.
Seven simple steps to maintain bone health
Here are several things you can do on a daily basis to help you on the road to better bone health:
The Difference Between Curcumin and Turmeric
Curcumin has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Top tips to avoid cramps after training
Physical exercise may sometimes cause painful muscle cramps in otherwise healthy people.
Vitamin D: What is it and why you need it
Vitamin D is important for many aspects of health including bone and muscle health.
Ways to minimize cramping and muscle pain so you can get on with life
If you’ve ever had a muscle cramp you will know how painful they can be and how even a slight twitch can stop you in your tracks.
What are the benefits of fish oil for brain health and memory?
Omega-3s are very important to brain health and development, and the grey matter within the brain contains high levels of DHA in particular.
What Is Glucosamine & Why Do We Need It?
Glucosamine may be useful to help protect your joints from wear and tear and maintain your cartilage’s ability to act as a shock absorber... Read more
What is glucosamine and why is it important for joint health?
Glucosamine is one of the building blocks of cartilage and occurs naturally in our bodies.
When should I start taking an omega 3 supplement?
Studies show that omega 3 supplementation is more beneficial when taken as early on as possible during pregnancy.
Why do I need Omega-3 and can I get enough from my diet?
Omega-3 are essential fatty acids that are required for normal growth and development, and play important roles in vital body functions.