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Are health supplements bad for you?

February 2, 2015 by Works with Water
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According to the NHS, around a third of people in the UK take some sort of health supplement on a daily basis. Whatever you require – from strengthening your immune system to enhancing your brain power – you can buy a supplement to give your body the needed boost to help achieve this. But are health supplements bad for you?

Too much of a good thing can be bad… According to research, taking certain health supplements can actually be harmful to the body in the long run. In particular, having too much Vitamin A, C, D, E and Iron can have a detrimental effect on your health. Therefore, it’s important to research the ingredients in the supplements you are taking so that you can make an informed decision.

You can rest assured that all ingredients in our PravENAC formulation are there for a reason; they have been well-researched and proven to have a beneficial effect on your complexion.

Each sachet of help: clear skin and help: clear skin MEN contains the following ingredients:

  • Lactoferrin:  a bioactive milk protein that has been proven to reduce acne by boosting the body’s natural defences to help eliminate bacteria, reduce sebum as well as inflammation and repair damaged skin cells caused by acne
  • Aloe Vera: known to have a nourishing and soothing effect on the skin
  • Zinc Gluconate: helps to repair damaged skin cells caused by acne
  • Oligofructose: a natural source of soluble fibre derived from the chicory root. Increasing fibre intake enables your body to expel toxins that negatively affect skin

For more information, you can read more about PravENAC™ here.

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