New Products by Dynamic Health Labbs
• Organic flavored aloe very juice, included cranberry, mango, and lemon-lime. The aloe content is over 99% pure, and has no sugar added. So for those of you who do not like the taste of aloe, this is for you.
• Liquid Healthy Greens. This is one of our favorites. It is a unique pre-mixed green liquid-food blend with spirulina, chlorella, alfalfa leaf, barley juice, and wheat grass. It is high potency and pleasant tasting. This is so much easier than mixing clumpy powders. The taste reminds me of apple cider. No sugar added.
• Chlorophyll with aloe. This is a great liquid blend and an excellent price. The aloe will help with absorption of the chlorophyll.
New Product “Beauty Infusion”
Neocell has release a new product called “Beauty Infusion.” It is a refreshing collagen drink mix. One scoop per day supplies 5000 mg of collagen type 1 and 3, 50 mg of hyaluronic acid, and 3000 mcg of biotin, plus alpha lipoic acid, and Vitamin C.
Diminished collagen levels in the body can lead to a loss of elasticity in the skin, thinning hair, and brittle nails. This product comes in three different flavors.
Shingles Raises Risk of Stroke in Young Adults
New research shows that having shingles may increase the risk of having a stroke years later. Researchers at the University College, London, UK, found that people ages 18 to 40 who had shingles were more likely to have a heart attack, stroke, or transient ischemic attack (TIA), years later than those who did not have shingles. People over 40 who had shingles were more likely to have a heart attack or TIA, but not a stroke.
The study involved 106,600 people who had shingles and 213,200 people who did not. Researchers used a UK database to review patients’ records for about six years after they were diagnosed with shingles and for as long as 24 years for some participants. People under 40 years old were 74 percent more likely to have a stroke if they had had shingles. Source: Neurology, January 2014.
CoQ10 Aids Fibromyalgia Patients
A small study of patients with fibromyalgia found that supplementation with coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) brought about significant improvements. All four participants were deficient in CoQ10 before the trial began. The supplement was taken orally. “After treatment, all patients showed an important improvement in clinical symptoms in all evaluation methods,” the authors wrote. Fibromyalgia patients tend to have widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by fatigue and difficulties with sleep, memory, and mood.