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For example, digestive enzymes help speed up the digestion of food.
Essential fats: Two fatty acids, an omega 3 (alpha-linolenic acid) and an omega 6 (linoleic acid), are essential for good health but can't be made by the human body.
Bioavailability: A term used to explain how quickly the body can absorb a nutrient, and how much.
Blood pressure (BP): The pressure of blood in the arteries. Bone mass density: A term used to describe the weight of the bones.
the tip of the nose) and cushions the ends of bones in moveable joints.
Flavonoids: Antioxidant plant pigments found in fruits, vegetables, wine, and tea that may protect cells from damage.
Detoxify: To remove or flush out harmful or toxic, substances from the body.
Dietary fibre: Also known as roughage, this is the indigestible part of foods derived from plants.
Amino Acids: Also known as ‘the building blocks’ of proteins, humans need 21 different amino acids to function properly.
Some amino acids are made by the body while others, known as essential amino acids, must be obtained from foods.