Omega oils

Brain-boosting breakfast recipes for super smart students

Power the brain with porridge Oats are a wonderful wholegrain, says Graeme. “A rich source of magnesium and potassium,  B-complex, vitamin E, some protein and plenty of soluble fibre, regular intake of wholegrain oats help to regulate blood sugar keeping kids calm and grounded.” This delicious recipe combines organic wholegrain oats with creamy...

Breakfast for champions: start your child’s day the right way

Breakfast is essential for the brain, researchers advise. Did you know around 30% of students in Hong Kong skip breakfast? Here’s some food for thought: in two internationally recognized tests, students who ate breakfast every day performed better academically than their counterparts who skipped breakfast. In fact, students who ate...

Sleep tight with our practitioners’ favourite supplements

What is keeping you up at night? Stress? Worry? Hormonal changes? An illness? Having supported clients of all ages, from all walks of life, we know every person will have their own bedtime battles to conquer. For this reason, we don’t recommend a blanket solution but work hand-in-hand with you to...

Let’s talk about fats: omega oils

Q: Who needs omega-3 supplements? Modern day diets are overloaded with omega-6 (from highly processed vegetables). High consumption of omega-6 tends to increases the risk of various cardiovascular diseases and inflammatory conditions. The ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 makes a difference in biological function and physiological response. Experts have different...

Quality is essential when it comes to omega oils

Did you know that not all fats are bad for you? In fact fatty acids have many important functions in the body: oxygen transport throughout the body providing energy (when glucose, a form of sugar, is not available)  development of strong tissues and organs brain functioning  lowering cholesterol and reducing...