Vitamins

Molybdenum and chemical intolerance - dosages and food sources

Eczema sufferers are commonly sensitive to sulphite-rich products including wine, grape juice and vinegar, and it could be due to molybdenum deficiency...

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Can omega-3 increase your skin hydration? - dosages and food sources

Omega-3 is an incredible essential fatty acid (EFA) which is vital for healthy and hydrated skin that is rash-free...

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The importance of zinc for skin health - dosages and food sources

Zinc is vital for skin repair and maintenance. It inhibits histamine release so it can help to reverse histamine intolerance, along with vitamin B6, copper and vitamin C...

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Vitamin C, essential for collagen formation - dosages and food sources

Vitamin C (also known as ascorbic acid) is vital for the formation of collagen in the skin and it is necessary for wound healing. ..

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Can a magnesium deficiency be common? - dosages and food sources

Magnesium supplementation is important as it can decrease food chemical intolerances when combined with taurine, calcium carbonate and vitamin B6...

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