SPOTLIGHT ON FATIGUE & ENERGY LEVELS
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Fatigue in today’s world is epidemic. In some instances there are specific medical problems involved. From a nutritional point of view specific nutritional deficiencies could be the cause.
It may be that specific nutrients like iron, Vit B-12, or Magnesium are deficient. It may be that food choices are completely out of balance and are causing our bodies to ‘misfire’ in their energy transport systems.
Feeling exhausted can also be an indication that your blood sugar levels are out of control. Many of our products are specifically designed for correcting this problem. The main winners in this area are the On the Run and the Glucose Tolerance Factor Supreme. In some cases we would use additional supplements to speed up the results.
Sally T. GTF Supreme
Blood glucose control has been an important line of treatment for the last 30 to 40 years as many physiological and emotional symptoms are rooted in the disequilibrium of blood sugar levels.
– Weight loss
– Fatigue, poor energy levels
– Leaky gut syndrome
– Liver detoxification
– Assists in stabilizing mood swings
– Cravings and addictions
– Boosts immune system
– Hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar)
Let’s look at each ingredient in GTF Supreme
Sally T. Stress Less
These nutrients have been selected to boost and support the adrenal glands during a stressful situation whether emotional, mental, physical, and chemical and even spiritual which affects the cellular homeostasis of cells. Thus the negative physiological effects of stress are reduced.
This scientific formula has been used over the years and has shown to be effective in dealing with the specific negative biochemical effects experienced during “distress.” Vitamin C, Pantothenic Acid, Magnesium, and Calcium, are nutrients required in much larger concentrations during stressful situations and especially when prolonged for an extended period of time. The other B vitamins are also required in higher amounts and some of these are used as co-factors in the metabolic process. Amino acid requirements are also increased in stress conditions.
Suggested uses that it can be helpful for:
– All stressful situations
– Busy lifestyles
– Boost adrenals
– Before, during and after stressful event
– Excessive exercise
Sally T. ProFlora Forte
This high potency probiotic supplement assists in the promotion of natural intestinal flora which helps in maintaining healthy digestive function.
Health begins in the gut and it is essential to ensure that the colon ecology is optimum with the ratio of 80% “good” bacteria to 20% of the “problematic” gut bacteria. Once this ratio becomes unbalanced, colon health is compromised. By adding these natural “good” probiotics the concentration of the “good” bacteria increases restoring equilibrium.
The gut in a healthy individual can contain as much as 2.5kg of healthy bacteria. Research has now confirmed that the colon is an active organ and when in prime condition facilitates in the secretion of hormones (even estrogen for women) and neurotransmitters like serotonin. It can manufacture natural antibiotic like substances as well. In our life cycle and in all health conditions, gut health is an essential perquisite.
Suggested uses that it may help with:
– When taking antibiotics – especially if excessive amounts
– Genetic history of colon cancer
– Ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s Disease
– Heartburn, abdominal gas
– Digestive issues
– Compromised immune system
– Food intolerances and food allergies
– Candida Albicans
– Cortisone treatment
– Stabilization of gut flora.
Sally T. On The Run
– Hypoglycemia symptoms (low blood sugar) – Weight control, low kJ diets – Insulin resistance, both pre and Diabetes Mellitus – Syndrome X, Metabolic Syndrome.
Sally T. Magnesium Complex
It acts as a cofactor in protein synthesis and carbohydrate metabolism.
On an intracellular level, magnesium helps metabolise glucose and improves insulin response. It is also needed to dilate the blood vessels.
Assists with – Fatigue and high levels of stress
– Sportsmen and sportswomen
– Pregnant and lactating mothers
– Pre and post- menopausal women
– Elderly and those with reduced dietary intake
– Sleep disorders
– Diabetes – often have a magnesium deficiency
– Irregular heartbeat and other forms of abnormal heart rhythm
– Muscle spasms and twitching