Read the latest blog posts from Beeline Healthcare about health, nutrition and dietary supplements.
Vitamin C is an essential nutrient for good health. It is a key antioxidant that helps the body fight infection and form collagen. The benefits of vitamin C supplements include healthy bones, teeth, muscles and a properly functioning immune system. It can reduce stress, improve mood and may help prevent illness. Signs of deficiency include bone pain, muscle weakness, fatigue and a depressed mood. The key sources of the vitamin include food and supplements.
Vitamin D is the sunshine vitamin. The benefits of vitamin D include healthy bones, teeth, muscles and a properly functioning immune system. Sources include sunlight, food and supplements.
Turmeric is a spice with nutritional and medicinal health benefits. It is both an anti-inflammatory and an antioxidant that helps repair and protect the body. It supports healthy bones and joints, inflammation, arthritis, cognitive function, cardiovascular health, digestion, mood and helps protect the body from free radicals. Turmeric sources include certain foods, drinks and dietary supplements.
Studies show the impact of vitamin D on coronavirus with new data from Israel. Vitamin D deficiency is associated with coronavirus severity.
A vegan diet can be healthy and nutritious with advantages and disadvantages. Health experts warn of potential health repercussions from eating a vegan diet that does not fulfill your nutritional requirements, especially for children and teens. Find out the risks of a vegan diet as well as tips for a healthy plant-based diet.
Zinc is an essential mineral. The benefits of zinc include providing nutrients to support a healthy immune system, good metabolism, reducing inflammation, enzyme reactions, fighting infections, collagen synthesis and digesting food. Zinc sources include certain foods and dietary zinc supplements.
22 benefits and sources of Magnesium. It plays a vital role in many bodily functions, while also supporting other minerals to work effectively. Magnesium helps our bones, muscles, energy levels, teeth, the nervous system and the heart.
Covid-19 has influenced a healthier lifestyle in Ireland. Survey highlights the importance of food supplements for our health post-lockdown, and that people are consciously choosing healthier foods. Most adults in Ireland say they are not getting enough vitamins and nutrients through their diet alone.
Folic acid is the man-made synthetic form of folate, also called vitamin B9. It reduces the risk of common birth defects as well as having benefits for red blood cells, depression and heart disease. Folic Acid sources include certain foods and dietary supplements.
Kids, teens and parents need all the support they can get at this busy time of the year. Beeline kids and teen formulas help ensure your children get the vitamins and nutrients they need!
Iron is an essential mineral that is vital for producing red blood cells, which carry oxygen around the body. It helps combat fatigue while supporting cognitive function, the immune system, physical performance and development of the body. A lack of iron results in tiredness and can lead to iron deficiency anemia.
National survey highlights that Irish teens are not consuming enough fibre, fruit, vegetables, calcium, iron, folate, riboflavin or vitamins A, B, C and D.
The benefits of multivitamins are their contribution to better overall health, nutrition and feeling better.
New study shows links between low levels of vitamin K and the severity of covid-19.
Vitamin K plays an essential role in regulating blood clotting. It also contributes to healthy bones and cardiovascular health. Vitamin K2 works synergistically with vitamin D to provide enhanced coronavirus outcomes.
Vitamin D deficiency is prevalent across the population of Ireland. The Oireachtas have recommended that every adult should take vitamin D supplements.
Vitamin D can reduces the severity of Covid-19. Adequate levels of vitamin D are needed to fight infection.
A recent study has highlighted the importance of iron for vaccine efficacy. Iron deficiency has been linked to impaired immunity from vaccines. The study recommends iron supplementation. In a a recent video, Professor Luke O’Neill discusses how iron deficiency can decrease the efficacy of vaccines.
The Department of Health have issued new advice recommending daily vitamin D supplements for people aged 65 years and older
The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted that nutrition and immune support are vital for fighting infection and viruses. Health professionals have recommended adding supplements to the diet including vitamin D, vitamin C and zinc.
New research indicates vitamin C could help improve muscle mass in the over 50s.
Coronavirus – The HSE Covid 19 Tracker App in IrelandCOVID Tracker is the Health Service Executive contact tracing mobile app.Today in a significant development in the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic, the Department of Health and the Health Service Executive...
Coronavirus and The Importance of Vitamin DTrinity College Dublin scientists recommend the use of vitamin D during the Coronavirus pandemic. In the Irish Medical Journal, Trinity College Dublin scientists recommend the use of vitamin D supplements in helping to...
Vitamin D - The Sunshine VitaminVitamin D is essential for general good health. It is synthesised in the skin upon exposure to sunlight.With poor quality sunlight in winter months in Ireland and Western Europe and sunscreen use in the summer months, our ability to...
For a pep in your step Vitality from Beeline contains Iron, Folic Acid and Vitamin D to help reduce fatigue and contribute to improved performance.Iron Organic Iron is absorbed quickly and is gentle on stomach. A lack of iron can cause Iron...
Tips for a Healthy Vegetarian, Vegan or Flexitarian Diet9% of the Irish population are now Vegetarians and 3% are VegansThere is a very strong movement in Ireland towards Vegetarianism with Bord Bia estimating that 9% of the population are now Vegetarians and 3%...
Tackling Colds & FluAs the colder days emerge, we begin to fear the possibility of catching a dreaded cold or flu, there always seems to be someone sniffling threatening us with their germs.Colds and flus are viral and generally must run their course. Both have...