Chances are you do not enjoy the wholeness and
balance of optimum health. Like everybody else, you
would occasionally suffer from some form of bodily
discomfort. The annoying headache, bout of diarrhoea,
constipation, backache, body ache, falling sick with
colds and flu, bloating, flatulence, dizziness, PMS,
poor concentration, insomnia, the list of everyday
health complaints runs on. Who has not complained of
feeling tired and sluggish? We have all come to
accept these as part and parcel of living. This need
not be so.
Optimum health is a positive wellbeing that brings
zest and vitality and lets you greet each new day
with enthusiasm. It is the enjoyment of good food,
with proper digestion, utilisation and elimination.
It is a state that remains even as you grow older.
Optimum health is glowing skin, fine muscle tone, a
sharp mind and resilience against stress, infection
and fatigue. Optimum health is having abundant
energy to live to your fullest potential.
While there is no shortcut to optimal health,
experts agree that the key contributor is your diet.
Are you feeding your body right?
Is your body getting the whole spectrum of nutrients
it needs to perform the thousands of cell
regenerating and body revitalising tasks?
Nutrition below provides all these nutrients
like live enzymes, vitamins and phyto-nutrients stay
intact and active for our daily needs :
Vitamins, minerals, trace minerals
- essential basic nutrients needed for all
metabolic and biochemical processes necessary to
maintain healthy body functions.
- youth promoting nutrients that retard ageing and
protect cells from free radicals damage.
Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs)
- essential for healthy cellular function and
synthesis of prostaglandins that act as regulators
and messengers in the body.
Essential Amino Acids
- building blocks needed by the body for growth,
repair and maintenance.
- boost resistance to infections and ageing
by increasing the number and strength of white blood
- encourage the optimum release and absorption of
nutrients from food and supplements.
Probiotics and Prebiotics
- promote growth of friendly intestinal bacteria for
optimal gastrointestinal health.
provides roughage for the efficient
elimination of wastes and protects against systemic
- promote proper functioning of the major
eliminatory organs - liver, kidneys, colon and
- maintain body's acid/alkaline balance. They
optimise biochemical processes to prevent problems
associated with acidity.
- alleviate hormone-related problems, such as PMS,
menopausal symptoms and prostate enlargement.
- promote healthy heart functions and blood
- enhance mental capabilities and nervous system.
- promote stronger bones, safeguard against
bone deterioration and protect against osteoporosis.