ABOUT LIBERTY SWISS

Liberty Swiss is considered as one of the leading suppliers of food supplements around the globe with a wide variety of products for different ages for both men and women. Liberty Swiss is recognized for its commitment to quality and reliability. With our knowledge and extensive manufacturing expertise, we create nutritional products for optimal life.

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HEALTH NEEDS

Men’s Health

Men’s Health

Whether you’re a power lifter, a marathoner, a regular athlete, or just an ordinary man living in your society you’d better be getting enough of essential vitamins and minerals to perform at your peak. From energy metabolism to immune system and heart health support, men’s health means different things to different people. And, of course, everybody is different, with unique health and wellness needs. Liberty Swiss health products can help you take control of your health.

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+50 Men’s Health

Eating right and staying fit are important no matter what your age. As we get older our bodies have different needs, so certain nutrients become especially important for good health. Healthy eating can keep your body and mind sharp and extend quality of life. Older adults need more vitamin D and calcium to help maintain strong and healthy bones. Many people older than 50 do not get enough vitamin B12.

Women’s Health

Women’s Health

With our busy lives trying to balance the demands of family and work or school—and coping with media pressure to look and eat a certain way—it can be difficult for any woman or girl to maintain a healthy diet. But eating a balanced, nutritious diet is especially important for women. Not only can the right food support your mood, boost your energy, and help you maintain a healthy weight, it can also be a huge support through the different stages in a woman’s life.

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+50 Women’s Health

The nutritional requirements of older women is an area of great interest because the extended life expectancy leads to an increase in women living into their 50s, 60s, and longer. Among the nutrients, the significant ones that may be associated with deficiencies in elderly women include vitamin B-12, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin D, calcium, iron, zinc, and other trace minerals.

Energy

Energy

Humans need energy for basal metabolism which comprises a set of functions necessary for life such as cell metabolism, synthesis and metabolism of enzymes and hormones, transport of substances around the body, maintenance of body temperature and ongoing functioning of muscles including the heart, and brain function. Energy is also required to process food into nutrients resulting in increases in heat production and oxygen consumption often described by the terms ‘dietary-induced thermogenesis’, ‘specific dynamic action of food’ or ‘thermic effect of feeding’.

Hair, Skin and Nail

Hair, Skin and Nail

Healthy looking hair is in general a sign of good health and good hair-care practices. Your skin is a reflection of your inner being. Aside from lifestyle and genetics, what you eat plays a role in your skin health. Eating the right foods will not only enhance your natural beauty, it will help minimize wrinkles, acne, inflammation and other skin-related conditions. Most healthy individuals have adequate nutrients in their diet; however some people do not have access to good nutrition. Research is now showing that it’s possible to influence your looks simply by choosing specific nutrients.

Immune System

Immune System

Nutrition is a critical determinant of immune responses and malnutrition the most common cause of immunodeficiency worldwide. Deficiency of single nutrients also results in altered immune responses: this is observed even when the deficiency state is relatively mild. Of the micro nutrients, zinc, selenium, iron, copper, vitamins A, C, E, and B-6, and folic acid have important influences on immune responses.

Digestive System

Digestive System

When you think of nutrients needed for digestion, it’s likely that only one comes to mind – fiber. Nutritional fiber is definitely important for digestion, but it’s not the only important one we need to consider when choosing healthy foods to plan our meals. Whether you suffer from digestion problems or not, it’s important to keep mindful of nutrients needed for digestion to prevent any issues down the road.

Heart Health

Heart Health

Eating a nutritious, well-balanced diet offers one of the simplest, most effective ways of reducing your risk of heart disease, cancer, and other health problems. Good nutrition means eating a variety of foods, moderating your intake of certain foods and drinks, and controlling the amount of food and calories you eat. A balanced diet can help you reduce your risk of heart disease by lowering your cholesterol and blood pressure, as well as by helping you to lose weight.

Bone Support

Bone Support

The health and strength of our bones rely on a balanced diet and a steady stream of nutrients, most importantly, calcium and Vitamin D. If we do not have enough calcium in our diets to keep our bodies functioning, calcium is removed from where it is stored in our bones. Over time, this causes our bones to grow weaker and may lead to osteoporosis — a disorder in which bones become very fragile. Postmenopausal women are most vulnerable to osteoporosis. Although loss of estrogen is the primary reason for this, poor lifelong calcium and Vitamin D intake, as well as lack of exercise, play a role in the development of osteoporosis.

Musculoskeletal System

Musculoskeletal System

Bones, joints and muscles make up your musculoskeletal system. Together, these tissues allow for movement, support an active lifestyle and also maintain your posture. Keeping your bones, joints and muscles healthy proves important, since issues that involve these tissues can affect your mobility and quality of life. While several lifestyle choices, such as regular exercise, factor into your musculoskeletal health, a nutritious diet helps keep these tissues healthy.

Mood Support

Mood Support

How can foods improve our moods? It all comes down to the brain. A healthy cognitive system is essential to regulating mood, and certain nutrients have a profound impact on maintaining normal brain function. To date, researchers have studied the association between foods and the brain and identified nine nutrients that can combat depression and boost our mood: calcium, chromium, Folate, iron, magnesium, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin D, and zinc.

Natal

Natal

A healthy pregnancy diet will promote your baby’s growth and development. In fact, during pregnancy the basic principles of healthy eating remain the same — get plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean protein and healthy fats. However, a few nutrients in a pregnancy diet deserve special attention. Folate is a B vitamin that helps prevent neural tube defects, serious abnormalities of the brain and spinal cord. The synthetic form of Folate found in supplements and fortified foods is known as folic acid. Folic acid supplementation has been shown to decrease the risk of preterm delivery.

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07 June, 2017

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