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Nutraceuticals

Nutraceutics is a scientific study that is gradually developing throughout the world and that examines the active ingredients of food, plants and minerals that have beneficial effects on health. The term, coined by Stephen L. De Felice in 1989, combines the words “nutrition” and “pharmaceutics” to emphasise the impact of food on our physical and psychological wellbeing. Nutraceuticals are products which contain one or more substances that are naturally present in food but which are made available in a pharmaceutical form (tablets, powders or drops) that contains them in concentrated and purified quantities.

Modern science has shown that given types of food contain special molecules and can thus positively impact one or more of our physiological functions. Thanks to modern technology and the latest scientific developments, nutritional ingredients can be extracted and concentrated in capsules or powders to increase their benefits in an exponential manner. This has led to the development of nutraceuticals, which are a concentrated source of nutrients such as vitamins and minerals, amino acids, fibres and herbal extracts. They can supplement any nutritional deficiency and support the body’s wellbeing. Laborest has also developed nutraceuticals that are suitable for people who are gluten or lactose intolerant or sensitive as well as Doping-free nutraceuticals.

Coupled with a healthy and balanced diet, nutraceuticals can be valuable allies for our health in many different ways: for the musculoskeletal system, for the urinary tract, for microcirculation, for a healthy cardiovascular system, for metabolic and psychophysical balance, for the paediatric age, for women in different periods of their life.

 

Cardiology

Cardiovascular conditions can be caused by excess cholesterol in the bloodstream and hypertension, a clinical condition in which blood pressure is high. For primary prevention purposes, it is fundamental to pay attention to what you eat and adopt healthy habits.

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Family medicine

The importance of a healthy diet for our psychophysical wellbeing is proven by many scientific studies. “Eating well" means to assume all the various nutrients necessary to our body in a balanced way. A healthy diet, combined with an active lifestyle, helps you maintain a healthy weight and serene psycho-physical balance.

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Gynaecology

The needs of the female physiology change in the course of a woman’s life, from puberty to menopause. To preserve balance and wellbeing, it is important not to underestimate each of these needs and satisfy the proper demand for important substances.

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Neurology - Geriatrics

The nervous system consists of all the organs and structures that allow for the transmission of signals between the different parts of the body. It consists of the central nervous system, represented by the brain and spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system with its complex network of nerves.

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Orthopaedics - Physiatrics

The musculoskeletal system is also known as the locomotor system because it is our supporting structure and gives us the ability to move. Bones, joints, tendons and muscles must be in perfect condition to ensure optimal functions at all ages.

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Pediatrics

In order to guide children on their path of discovering the world, it is crucial to understand their actual needs during each stage of development, from childhood up to the teenage years. Many natural remedies can take care of children in their early years.

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Urology - Andrology

Men’s wellbeing changes according to each individual’s needs and to the different stages of life; therefore, specific solutions are needed for each situation. To have a healthy lifestyle helps us keep in shape, but there are also several natural remedies that can support men’s wellbeing.

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Vascular surgery - Proctology

The blood carries oxygen and nutrients to our organs and tissues through a dense network of arteries and capillaries, and returns to the heart through the veins. A healthy circulatory system is essential for the wellbeing of the entire body.

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