The B complex group of vitamins comprises of various forms of vitamin B. Each of these vitamins performs certain functions which are common to the entire group, and also certain functions which are specific to each vitamin. Cobalamin, also known as vitamin B12, is part of the B complex group. Methylcobalamin, is a form of […]

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N Acetyl Cysteine

Proteins have always formed an integral component of the human metabolic system. Almost 90% of the human tissue is comprised of proteins. Proteins are synthesized when chemical bonds are formed between amino acids. N-acetyl cysteine, also abbreviated as (NAC) is one such amino acid and is synthesized by the liver. It is also possible to

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Selenium is an inorganic mineral, required by the human body for performing certain important functions, and also to prevent certain disease conditions. It has seldom been studied as a source of nutrition. Chemically selenium is a non metal. In the human body, it is usually found to be stored in large quantities in the liver,

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The human body is dependent on various nutrients to maintain a healthy metabolism and to help normal functioning of all its systems. Apart from the more vital macronutrients like proteins, carbohydrates, fats and micronutrients like vitamins, there are several minerals, salts, metals and non-metals, which are also essential. Zinc is one such essential nutrient. Zinc,

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Essential Oils

Introduction An essential oil is a chemical compound that is a concentrated form of a liquid which is hydrophobic in nature, or one that does not mix with water. These contain certain chemicals that are aromatic in nature, thus giving the essential oil and aromatic fragrance and are usually derived from plants. Essential oils are

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Nano Curcumin

Curcumin is a brightly yellow colored compound that is produced by certain plants. It is the primary component or curcuminoid found in the turmeric plant which is botanically known as Curcuma Longa. Apart from curcumin, the turmeric plant also contains other curcuminoids such as demethoxycurcumin and bisdemethoxycurcumin. Curcuma longs belongs to the botanical order of

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A brief understanding of how ‘nature’ as we know it came into existence

The birth of the word ‘nature’ as we know it now came from the Latin dictionary from ‘natura’. This word in turn found its basis from ‘physis’ from the vocabulary of the Greek language which broadly means an understanding of all things living around us, including the living as well as the non living but

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Betaine Hydrochloride

Betaine hydrochloride (Betaine HCl) is an acidic form of betaine, a vitamin-like substance. Chemistry of Betaine HCl Chemical Name: Betaine hydrochloride, Hydrochloride of Betaine, Betaine HCL and pluchine. IUPAC Name: 1-carboxy-N,N,N-trimethylmethanaminium chloride Molecular Formula: C5H12ClNO2 Molecular Weight: 117.15 Daltons Chemical Properties: Colorless to white crystals. Betaine is water soluble and has sweet taste. Sources: Different

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Folic Acid

Folic Acid (synthetically produced found in supplements and fortified foods) also called as Folate (naturally found in foods), is a water soluble vitamin, which is also known as Vitamin B9 or Folacin. Chemistry The compound consists of three components namely: Pteridine ring, P-amino benzoic acid (PABA) and Glutamic acid. Active form of folic acid is

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