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We’ve all heard of collagen, but what exactly does it do it? Collagen is a protein and you can look at it as the glue that holds our bodies together. It’s responsible for things like the structure of your skin, hair and tendons as well as the integrity of your gut. As we get older our body stops producing collagen resulting in visible signs of aging.
We could all benefit from a more proactive rather than reactive approach to health, especially when it comes to our immune system during the colder winter months.
To support skeletal and muscular health our bodies need green leafy vegetables like kale and broccoli, as well as full cream dairy and nuts such as almonds or brazil nuts. If for some reason you are lacking in a nutrient rich diet, supplementation is a good option.
Heart issues are usually associated with older age. But did you know that our body’s production of CoQ10, a powerful antioxidant enzyme closely associated with heart health, starts to decrease as early as 30?
We’re excited to introduce Kyal and Kara to the Healthy Care Australia family! As super renovators, business owners, and parents to two energetic kids, Kyal and Kara are no strangers to pressure and stress.
Healthy Care Australia has launched its inaugural Take Care Report which highlights, as we head into the holiday season, that Australians are desperately seeking a break from stress. This comes...