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Meet Sara Lake our very own nutritionist

Stay up-to-date with the latest advances in health and wellness with Sara’s blog on joint, cardiovascular and skin health plus some great advice on nutrition for overall well-being.

With her deep understanding of the research behind Puraz’s advanced range of products, she’ll show you the science behind our products and provide lifestyle tips to help them work most effectively.

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Boosting brain health with brain food

01 December 2014

Like everything else in your body, the brain cannot work without energy. It requires nutrients to keep brain cells healthy and operating at their optimum capacity. Choosing foods that specifically benefit brain health is essential. Your mental clarit…

Collagen capsules and the scientific facts

24 February 2014

Puraz New Zealand is one of the leading manufacturers of collagen capsules, through their Puraz 100% Collagen brand.

The company has developed a significant collection of photographic studies of the results achieved by women taking the product over a…

How does Puraz help make dietary supplements better?

10 February 2014

When it comes to improving health and lengthening life, it is well accepted that supplementing the body with the compounds it needs to maintain and rebuild can make a huge difference. Part of the reason for this is that in our typical modern diets we…

Brain food that will make you smarter!

21 January 2014

The World Health Organisation already recommends omega-3s as an essential part of diet for all-round health. One of the problems most people face, is that they do not get sufficient omega-3s from diet alone. Yet not only can omega-3s support our hear…

From what age should I be taking Omega 3?

29 October 2013

Omega 3 fatty acids have health benefits for every age group. In particular they support cardiovascular health and joint mobility.

No matter our age, we all depend on our diets for omega-3s and yet in the average Western diet we simply do not get eno…


21 October 2013

It’s an important question, as degradation in collagen is so closely linked with the aging process and the changes we see in our skin, hair and cells. "Basically collagen is a protein which consists of amino acids. "It makes up about 30% of all prote…

Collagen replenishment and your well being

18 October 2013

When it comes to skincare, most people are familiar with collagen and its cosmetic benefits. "It's the most integral part of our skin's fabric, providing it with strength, firmness and the glow of youth". But as we age the body's natural supply of co…

How to identify high cholesterol

14 October 2013

It has been estimated that in many Western countries, almost one fifth of all deaths are contributed to in some way by high cholesterol levels. High cholesterol levels are a risk factor in heart disease and stroke. Around 90% of the population over t…

Is brain health possible and will it increase my IQ?

02 October 2013

As you grow older, one of your main areas of focus is likely to be on maintaining your physical health so you can continue to enjoy a good quality of life. This is done through a healthy diet and exercise program alongside supplementation with needed…

Healthy skin with the correct facial skin care

02 September 2013

Beauty therapy clients are always delighted when a treatment can help them look and feel younger. "When it comes to the condition of our skin in particular, there comes a point in time where we'd all like to turn the clock back a little. "However muc…

How joint mobility affects joint health

13 August 2013

Developed countries the world over are experiencing rapidly aging populations with a baby boomer generation wanting to stay active longer. At the same time, a recognition of the importance of fitness and exercise is more prevalent with younger people…

Supporting your joint mobility

03 July 2013

Cartilage is the tissue that covers all your joints and protects your bones from rubbing together. It allows bones to easily slide over one another and acts as a shock absorber during physical activity.

However from your late 20s onwards, cartilage b…

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