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  1. Sheep Placenta – all about its most alluring benefits!

    The placenta has invariably intrigued people through the ages, from considering it supernatural to abhorring it as dirty or unclean. In some cultures, the dried placenta has been used as a health restorative with purported benefits of cell renewal and rejuvenation.

    In recent times, there is considerable interest in naturally-derived products, particularly those from living tissues. This heightened interest is due to the latest developments and discoveries in genetics and renewed research findings show that various animal tissues contain numerous active ingredients that foster repair, regeneration and rejuvenation. The active ingredients include bioactive substances such as RNA, DNA, peptides, amino acids, proteins, lipids, and enzymes. There is a recent increase in the placenta’s use for cosmetic purposes and for its purported anti-aging properties.

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  2. What are the uses of Deer Antler Velvet?

    It is since the ancient times that Deer Antler Velvet has been used for its medicinal properties by various cultures across the world. Traditional Chinese medicine has hailed it as a fundamental ingredient in its various medications to improve general health and wellbeing. Its long and safe history of traditional use has spawned numerous research studies that delve into its chemical properties that are responsible for its beneficial effects.

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  3. Abalone – The Emperor of the Seashells

    Marine-derived nutrients have been used by people for thousands of years. Abalone has recently gained popularity due to its potential as a medicinal marvel with its wide range of uses. As newer research into the health benefits of Abalone pour in, it is only right that the demand for this nutrient-rich mollusc grows at an astounding rate.

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  4. What are the uses of Green Lipped Mussels?

    Inflammation is our body's attempt at self-protection; the aim being to remove harmful stimuli, including damaged cells, irritants, or pathogens - and begin the healing process. Even though inflammation is a protective mechanism, excessive inflammation can lead to damage and troubling symptoms and signs. In certain diseases like asthma and arthritis, the inflammatory process becomes the primary evil that one has to fight against on a daily basis. Inflammatory processes trigger cytokines and other mediators which cause redness, pain, swelling and irritation – symptoms we are quite familiar with after an injury.

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  5. MIP Colostrum: Used by top athletes world-wide

    Helps the body to use energy efficiently. Athletes require strength and stamina to compete. Anything that will enhance endurance and maximize fuel is certainly an asset. During heavy workouts and in times of hunger the body burns its own protein instead of fat. Studies have shown that Colostrum shifts fuel utilization from carbohydrate to fat, actually preventing the body from burning glucose for energy.

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  6. Why MIP Colostrum can help protect against stress

    MIP Colostrum has been found to increase energy levels as well as improve moods during periods of anxiety and stress. Stress among athletes and other active individuals can lead to reduced energy levels and weakened immune systems.

    Stress is a part of everyday life. We feel stressed as we run late for work or prepare dinner for hungry kids. We stress over relationships, our physical well-being, or even thoughts of the future. The list goes on, sometimes in a healthy way, because it makes us aware of our needs and alerts us of risks. Often, when these issues are resolved, stress levels go down and we are able to relax and restore balance in our body and mind. However, some people are chronically stressed, and this takes a toll on then; both physically and mentally.

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  7. MIP Colostrum – a natural resource for your body’s Glutathione requirements?

    Beware of free radicals! They are small scavenger molecules which miss a valuable electron from their outer shell. Free radicals cause damage to one’s DNA, proteins, cell membranes and other components of cellular structures in human bodies. Recent growth in literature around free radical chemistry has led to tremendous knowledge around health and disease management using ‘anti-oxidants’. Research shows that a balance between antioxidants and free radicals guarantee smoothened functioning of human physiology and can help cope the potential vulnerability that the human body is exposed to, from free radicals. Antioxidants, as preventive enzymes in the body, protect it from free radical and ensure proper health and disease management.

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  8. MIP Colostrum for Skin Problems

    The skin is the body’s largest organ that serves as a first line of defense from external factors. Exposure to sunlight, trauma and invasion by harmful microorganisms can alter skin quality. It is also exposed to many internal factors that can easily have an adverse affect on its health. Internal factors such as a person’s genetic composition, inherent immune defenses, and chronological age can also affect the skin’s wellbeing.

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  9. MIP Colostrum for Allergy Relief

    When taken as a dietary supplement, MIP Colostrum provides a range of health benefits, including the regulation of allergic responses.

    An allergy is a disorder of the immune system characterized by hypersensitivity. An allergic reaction occurs when the body reacts to substances (called allergens) in the environment, which are normally harmless. These reactions are acquired after exposure to the allergen, and they are usually rapid and predictable. Allergic reactions are marked by excessive activation of certain white blood cells (mast cells and basophils), which is brought about by an antibody called Immunoglobulin E (IgE). These reactions result in inflammatory responses, which may range from merely uncomfortable to serious.

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  10. MIP Colostrum & Anti-Ageing Benefits

    The traditional belief that bovine colostrum is only healthy for cows is inaccurate; it is a significantly beneficial supplement for humans as well. After a cow gives birth, the creamy milk-like substance that is discharged in the first thirty-six hours is referred to as bovine colostrum. Bovine colostrum in its elemental form is similar to the colostrum in humans, however, it is richer and more potent in nutrients such as  protein, immunoglobulin, minerals, vitamins and many more.

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