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  • Curcumin

    Free radicals are unstable molecules that cause damage to the body's tissues when they bump into healthy cells. Thus turmeric can be used to stop infections, protect the liver from toxins and may be useful for cancer. Research using curcumin for the prevention of colorectal cancers, in particular, are very promising.

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    Curcumin Free radicals are unstable molecules that cause damage to the body's tissues when they bump into healthy cells. Thus turmeric can be used to stop infections, protect the liver from toxins and may be useful for cancer. Research using curcumin for the prevention of colorectal cancers, in particular, are very promising. Visit - https://www.nationalnutrition.ca/articles/supplements/curcumin/
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  • Corn Silk

    Corn silk is a gentle herb that acts on the urinary system. As a diuretic it promotes the release of excess fluid from the body. This is useful for conditions such as PMS water retention, carpal tunnel syndrome and obesity. Corn silk also decreases urinary frequency and urgency by soothing the urinary tract.

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    Corn Silk Corn silk is a gentle herb that acts on the urinary system. As a diuretic it promotes the release of excess fluid from the body. This is useful for conditions such as PMS water retention, carpal tunnel syndrome and obesity. Corn silk also decreases urinary frequency and urgency by soothing the urinary tract. Visit - https://www.nationalnutrition.ca/articles/supplements/corn-silk/
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    Corn silk is a gentle herb that acts on the urinary system. As a diuretic it promotes the release of excess fluid from the body. This is useful for conditions...
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  • Coenzyme Q10: What It is & Its Benefits

    Coenzyme Q10 is one of the ten types of coenzyme Q that are found in nature, but the only one that is used by humans. While it is a very important fat-soluble antioxidant, it’s most beneficial for enhancing heart health and circulation. This is because CoQ10 helps the heart use oxygen and energy effectively, which is crucial; for as a muscle (and obviously the most important one in the body) CoQ10 optimizes the heart’s ability to pump blood effectively.

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    Coenzyme Q10: What It is & Its Benefits Coenzyme Q10 is one of the ten types of coenzyme Q that are found in nature, but the only one that is used by humans. While it is a very important fat-soluble antioxidant, it’s most beneficial for enhancing heart health and circulation. This is because CoQ10 helps the heart use oxygen and energy effectively, which is crucial; for as a muscle (and obviously the most important one in the body) CoQ10 optimizes the heart’s ability to pump blood effectively. Visit - https://www.nationalnutrition.ca/articles/supplements/coenzyme-q10/
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    Coenzyme Q10: What It is & Its Benefits
    Revised May 9th 2022 Coenzyme Q10 is one of the ten types of coenzyme Q that are found in nature, but the only one that is used by humans. While...
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  • Copper

    The body uses copper in several systems. In the blood, it is a component of hemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying portion of the red blood cell. A deficiency of copper leads to anemia. It is important for wound healing and maintaining the integrity of the skin, bone, cartilage and tendons. Copper works with zinc and vitamin C to form elastin and collagen, which provide structural stability to most tissues and play a special role in maintaining elasticity in areas like the lungs and skin.

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    Copper The body uses copper in several systems. In the blood, it is a component of hemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying portion of the red blood cell. A deficiency of copper leads to anemia. It is important for wound healing and maintaining the integrity of the skin, bone, cartilage and tendons. Copper works with zinc and vitamin C to form elastin and collagen, which provide structural stability to most tissues and play a special role in maintaining elasticity in areas like the lungs and skin. Visit - https://www.nationalnutrition.ca/articles/supplements/copper/
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    The body uses copper in several systems. In the blood, it is a component of hemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying portion of the red blood cell. A deficiency of copper leads to...
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  • Quercetin Benefits to Reduce Inflammation - Professional Supplement Review | National Nutrition
    One of the most well-known bioflavonoids is called quercetin. It is found in varying amounts in fruits, vegetables, leaves, and even grains. The name is derived from the Quercus (oak) species of trees, which was the first known source of quercetin. Healthcare practitioners use quercetin in the treatment of cancer, allergies, inflammatory conditions, and in the protection of the cardiovascular...
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  • Coconut Palm Sugar

    Coconut palm sugar is made from the concentrated dried nectar of coconut palm trees (Cocos nucifera) from the Phillipines. This form of sugar has been used for thousands of years in South and Southeast Asia. Other names for Coconut palm sugar are: coconut sugar, coco sugar, and coco sap sugar but do not confuse it with palm sugar, which is from a different source. Coconut palm sugar is extracted from the palm tree by slashing the budding flowers and collecting the sap that leaks out.

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    Coconut Palm Sugar Coconut palm sugar is made from the concentrated dried nectar of coconut palm trees (Cocos nucifera) from the Phillipines. This form of sugar has been used for thousands of years in South and Southeast Asia. Other names for Coconut palm sugar are: coconut sugar, coco sugar, and coco sap sugar but do not confuse it with palm sugar, which is from a different source. Coconut palm sugar is extracted from the palm tree by slashing the budding flowers and collecting the sap that leaks out. Visit - https://www.nationalnutrition.ca/articles/supplements/coconut-palm-sugar/
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    Coconut Palm Sugar
    Coconut palm sugar is made from the concentrated dried nectar of coconut palm trees (Cocos nucifera) from the Phillipines. This form of sugar has been used for thousands of years...
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  • Colostrum

    Colostrum is the “first food of life” because it is excreted from the mammalian breast during the first 72 hours after birth. It is rich in nutrients and substances called immunoglobulins and lactoferrin. Immunoglobulins and lactoferrin support the maturation of the immune system, a process that is not completed until the second year of life in humans.

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    Colostrum Colostrum is the “first food of life” because it is excreted from the mammalian breast during the first 72 hours after birth. It is rich in nutrients and substances called immunoglobulins and lactoferrin. Immunoglobulins and lactoferrin support the maturation of the immune system, a process that is not completed until the second year of life in humans. Visit - https://www.nationalnutrition.ca/articles/supplements/colostrum/
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    Colostrum is the “first food of life” because it is excreted from the mammalian breast during the first 72 hours after birth. It is rich in nutrients and substances called...
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  • Collagen 2

    Type II collagen (collagen type II) is the primary component of all of the cartilage in our body, particularly the subtype known as hyaline cartilage. Cartilage is the connective tissue pad that acts as a cushion and eliminates friction in your joints. These cushions are found in all the joints of the body, including the knees, elbows, and between the vertebrae in the spine. Natural healthcare practitioners use type II collagen to support healthy cartilage synthesis in the body. For more information, please see our Collagen article.
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    Collagen 2 Type II collagen (collagen type II) is the primary component of all of the cartilage in our body, particularly the subtype known as hyaline cartilage. Cartilage is the connective tissue pad that acts as a cushion and eliminates friction in your joints. These cushions are found in all the joints of the body, including the knees, elbows, and between the vertebrae in the spine. Natural healthcare practitioners use type II collagen to support healthy cartilage synthesis in the body. For more information, please see our Collagen article. Visit - https://www.nationalnutrition.ca/articles/supplements/collagen-2/
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    Collagen 2
    Type II collagen (collagen type II) is the primary component of all of the cartilage in our body, particularly the subtype known as hyaline cartilage. Cartilage is the connective tissue...
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  • Coleus Forskohlii

    Coleus forskohlii (Plectranthus barbatus) is a tropical plant in the mint family that has been used around the world for a variety of reasons, the most common of which was the treatment of cardiovascular ailments. More currently, this herb has been touted by Dr. Oz on his self-titled TV show as one of his favourite “belly blaster” supplements. This activity is due to the main constituent of Coleus forskohlii, known as forskolin. Forskolin is found in highest concentrations in the root.

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    Coleus Forskohlii Coleus forskohlii (Plectranthus barbatus) is a tropical plant in the mint family that has been used around the world for a variety of reasons, the most common of which was the treatment of cardiovascular ailments. More currently, this herb has been touted by Dr. Oz on his self-titled TV show as one of his favourite “belly blaster” supplements. This activity is due to the main constituent of Coleus forskohlii, known as forskolin. Forskolin is found in highest concentrations in the root. Visit - https://www.nationalnutrition.ca/articles/supplements/coleus-forskohlii/
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    Coleus Forskohlii
    Coleus forskohlii (Plectranthus barbatus) is a tropical plant in the mint family that has been used around the world for a variety of reasons, the most common of which was...
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  • Cod & Halibut Liver Oils

    Cod and halibut liver oils have been used as nutritional supplements for many years. These liver oils decrease inflammation, and thereby, prevent and treat heart disease. A component of the liver oil, EPA, is an important fatty acid in the maintenance of cardiovascular health and the regulation of inflammation. EPA is a precursor to a series of chemicals whose job it is to regulate the inflammatory effects of arachidonic acid.

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    Cod & Halibut Liver Oils Cod and halibut liver oils have been used as nutritional supplements for many years. These liver oils decrease inflammation, and thereby, prevent and treat heart disease. A component of the liver oil, EPA, is an important fatty acid in the maintenance of cardiovascular health and the regulation of inflammation. EPA is a precursor to a series of chemicals whose job it is to regulate the inflammatory effects of arachidonic acid. Visit - https://www.nationalnutrition.ca/articles/supplements/cod-halibut-liver-oil/
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    Cod & Halibut Liver Oils
    Cod and halibut liver oils have been used as nutritional supplements for many years. These liver oils decrease inflammation, and thereby, prevent and treat heart disease. A component of the...
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