Category Archives: Supplement Reviews
At Worth Your Weight Nutrition Experts we like to be on the cutting edge of nutrition and fitness. This is why from time to time we like to try new products and methods to see first hand if they really work. When we try something new we report to our visitor and clients here and help you make a more informed decision about trying these new products. Come back often to see what we’re up to please feel free to share your comments below each article.
What is coconut water and where is it found? Coconut water comes from the clear liquid in the center of immature, green coconuts. It is not the same thing as coconut milk, which is made from the meat of mature coconuts. Coconut water is low in calories, and it is naturally fat-free and cholesterol free. […]Read More
What is Ginkgo Biloba and where is it found? Ginkgo biloba has been traditionally used in Chinese medicine to improve memory, since it increases blood flow to the brain and protects it from damage. It is an antioxidant that contains flavonoids and terpenoids, which aid in blood circulation and protect the nerves, heart, and blood […]Read More
What is biotin and where is it found? Thiamin is a type of B vitamin and coenzyme that plays a major role in the body. Sometimes biotin is referred to as Vitamin H or coenzyme R. It is essential for the metabolism of fats and amino acids, cell growth, and the production of fatty acids. […]Read More
What is Selenium and where is it found? Selenium is a mineral found in foods such as Brazil nuts, seafood, meats (especially organ meats), breads, grains, poultry, and eggs. It is also found in soil, so the amount of selenium in plant food varies depending on the geographic location and soil quality of the region. […]Read More
What is St. John’s Wort and where is it found? St. John’s Wort is a plant with yellow flowers used for medicinal purposes because of its anti-depressant and anti-inflammatory properties. It is found as a supplement in either capsule or liquid form, while the dried herb can be used as a tea. What are the […]Read More