Scientifically researched, natural products for immune system, digestive system, skin and home. A Living Balance is your best defence for your gut, your skin and for the home you love. Our World First range of probiotics offer you complete protection.
One Simple Step for Younger Looking Skin – EGFEpidermal Growth Factor (EGF) in skin care activates the body's natural healing power to the degree that many call this remarkable peptide a natural “beauty factor”.
SweetenersWith the ever-increasing attention on sugar in the American diet, it is common to want to replace its sweet taste with a sugar substitute, and there are quite a few to choose from. They appear in a variety of food products, from beverages to baked goods, and are available for home use.
Kiwi fruit could improve immune health
Eating kiwi fruit could provide people with a boost to their immune health due to the high levels of antioxidants contained in the fruit, a new study has revealed.
Balancing the Intestinal EcosystemThe condition and function of the gastrointestinal tract is essential to our well being. After the respiratory tract, the GI tract constitutes the second largest body surface area, comparable in surface area to a tennis court. During a normal lifetime, about 60 tons of food will pass through this canal.
19 different types of germs in restrooms
University of Colorado germ researchers gathered a smattering of samples in public bathrooms on the campus and found 19 types of bacteria lurking inside. And while it's no surprise that they found germs on bathroom surfaces, their discoveries reveal that not everybody is washing hands.
"We have found that Immuncare Lactoferrin really does help keep us protected throughout the year"
Roz Kadir RN Dip ION MSc, UK
"I have been taking your Immunecare Colostrum since July, and I feel so much better"
Peta Morton, UK
Unique probiotic strains trigger very different immune responses
They used a series of immune markers such as T-cell counts in testing a range of strains supplied by Winclove BioIndustries and found immune modulation greatly differed among the selected probiotic types.
Bowel research breakthrough in Christchurch hospital
Christchurch Hospital has become the first in the world to create contracting muscle bowel cells - taking science a step closer to creating a human small intestine.