Healthy Ageing Range

Colostrum Assist


  • General health and wellbeing: 500-1000mg
  • Lowered immunity and chronic infections: 1000-2000mg
  • Gut health: 2000-5000mg
  • Exercise-performance enhancement: 5-20g per day*
  • To be taken in divided doses and on an empty stomach.
  • * Effective as part of regular, moderate intensity training programme (8 weeks +).

90 Veggie Capsules  – 1 month supply.


  • Lowered immune function, chronic fatigue, autoimmune diseases, colds, flu, allergies and chronic infections
  • It has specific anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties
  • Gut health: counters leaky gut & irritable bowel syndrome, treats duodenal ulcers, ulcerative colitis & candida, very effective as part of a pro-biotic regime and infective diarrhea management
  • Improves muscle growth and enhances exercise- performance
  • Accelerates healing of wounds, increases vitality and stamina



2 veggie capsules contain (dosage):

Bovine Colostrum – 500mg (ACTIVE )


Immune Assist


  • Take 1 capsule twice a day.

60 Veggie Capsules – 1 month supply


The herbal remedies and micronutrients in this formulation will ensure optimal functioning of the immune system in your body. It is recommended for anyone suffering from recurrent infections of the respiratory system, urinary tract and skin e.g. abscesses or boils. Not only will it protect the body against the onslaught of infectious agents, but will also deal effectively with oxidants and free radicals produced during infection and subsequent inflammation in the body.


2 veggie capsules contain (dosage):

  • Herbs/plant extracts:
    Echinacea Purpurea -50mg, Curcumin- 25mg, Elderberry Seed extract 4:1 -50 mg, Grape Seed Extract 95%- 25mg
  • Micronutrients:
    Bovine Colostrum - 100mg,Propolis Concentrate - 100mg, Beta Carotene 10% -20mg
  • Minerals:
    Selenium AAC 2% -5mg, Zinc Gluconate - 210mg
  • Vitamins:
    Vitamin B1 - 2mg,Vitamin B2 - 50mg, Vitamin B5 - 60mg, Vitamin B6 - 50mg, Vitamin B12 - 200mcg, Vitamin C -500mg


Quercetin Assist


  • Take 1 capsule twice a day or as directed by your healthcare practitioner.

60 Veggie Capsules – 1 month supply.


  • Allergies: Quercetin’s mast cell stabilizing effects make it an obvious choice for use in preventing histamine release in allergies, similar to the synthetic flavonoid analogue cromolyn sodium. Absorption of the pure aglyconequercetin is poor; however, much of quercetin’s anti-allergy effects may be due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-histaminic effects in the gut.
  • Cardiovascular Disease Prevention: Quercetin’s cardiovascular effects centre on its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity, and its ability to inhibit platelet aggregation ex vivo.  The Zutphen Elderly Study investigated dietary flavonoid intake and the risk of coronary heart disease. The risk of heart disease mortality decreased significantly as flavonoid intake increased.  Interestingly, the flavonoid-containing foods most commonly eaten in this study contained a high amount of quercetin (tea, onions and apples).   In a cohort of the same study, dietary flavonoids (mainly quercetin) were inversely associated with stroke incidence.
  • Inflammation: Quercetin is indicated in any inflammatory condition, as it inhibits the formation of the inflammatory mediators prostaglandins and leukotrines, as well as histamine release. This may be especially helpful in patients suffering from asthma, as leukotrine B4 is a potent bronchial constrictor. Quercetin’s inhibition of xanthine oxidase decreases the formation of uric acid, and may be of value in the treatment of gout.
  • Anti-ulcer/Gastroprotective effects: Animal studies have shown quercetin to be protective of gastric ulceration caused by ethanol, probably by inhibiting lipid peroxidation of gastric cells and/or by inhibition of gastric acid secretion.  An interesting aspect of quercetin’s anti-ulcer effect is that it has been shown to inhibit in vitro growth of Helicobacter pylori in a dose-dependent manner.
  • Cancer: As mentioned above, quercetin has been investigated in a number of animal models and human cancer cell lines, and has been found to have antiproliferative effects. It may also increase the effectiveness of chemotherapeutic agents.  More clinically-oriented research will have to be done in this area to discover effective dosage ranges and protocols.
  • Diabetic Complications: Quercetin’s aldose reductase-inhibiting properties make it a useful addition to diabetic nutritional supplementation, to prevent cataract and neurovascular complications.




2 veggie capsules contain (dosage):

  • Herbs/Plant extracts:
    Quercetin - 900mg, Bromelain - 100mg
  • Amino acids:
    L-Glutamine - 20mg


Hormone Assist


Where Do Estrogens Come From?

Estrogen is a hormone which is made from cholesterol.  Typically, estrogen promotes positive effects, supporting tissue growth and female development.  This very important hormone has a limited half-life in the metabolism and after completion of its vital function, estrogen must be removed.

The body has a specialized detoxification system for the removal of expired metabolites which includes Phase I and II detoxification reactions.

The methylation of estrogen changes it to an excretable product which is no longer active as a hormone.  This crucial methylation step is however often hampered by depletion of essential cofactors and substrates. 

There are 3 pathways regarding liver estrogen metabolism of which 2 can lead to potentially carcinogenic products while the other is protective.

What influences which pathway estrogen takes?

  1. Low thyroid function
  2. Lifestyle and diet habits: B vitamin deficiency (particularly B6) or magnesium, this can reduce the liver’s ability to clear estrogen.

Not only do you need to focus on removing carcinogenic metabolites, but also to increase the level of beneficial metabolites.

When 2-hydroxy (2OHE1) estrogen levels increase and is converted to 2-methoxy estrogen (the good metabolites), this is associated with a reduced risk of breast cancer. When there are higher levels of 4 or 16OHE1 (the bad metabolites), there is an increased risk of breast cancer and individuals can experience abnormal growth.

These latter two harmful metabolite, are also associated with obesity, high-fat diets, and exposure to chemicals in one’s environment.

By supplementing daily with HORMONE ASSIST, following a healthy, balanced diet and reducing your exposure to chemicals, you can positively influence reduced production of 4 and  16OHE1 (the bad metabolites).

  • Take 2 capsules daily after a meal or as recommended by your healthcare provider.

The benefits of Hormone Assist for women 


Many health issues – including fatigue, acne, depression, anxiety, brain fog, mood swings, and weight gain is a result of higher than necessary levels of estrogen or a condition we call “estrogen dominance.” Estrogen dominance drives the most common hormonal health issues too, from PMS to PCOS. Detoxing your body of excess estrogen has many immediate and long term benefits.


Hormone Assist helps with estrogen dominance and therefore may lessen some of these annoying symptoms, but it may also have protective effects against more serious problems like fibroids, endometriosis and even cancer.


Steps to Hormonal Balance and Optimal Health:


  1. Eliminate the most common sources of xenoestrogens (bad estrogens) that mimic the effects of true estrogen and interact with cellular receptor sites. This process is what contributes an excess of bad estrogen and blocks the effects of true estrogen.

Most common sources of xenoestrogens include:  Oral contraceptives, personal care products, detergents, household cleaners, food additives, preservatives, plastics, canned foods, polystyrene, pesticides and herbicides

  1. Catechol O-methyltransferase (COMT) is one of the prominent methyltransferase enzymes that play an important role in estrogen methylation.

Support COMT to shift the ratio of bad estrogens to good estrogens by adding methyl groups and nutrient cofactors into our diet , such as methionine, vitamin B12, vitamin B6, betaine (TMG), folate, and magnesium (best first step to deal with breast, ovarian, testicular, prostate and reproductive diseases).

Trimethylglycine (TMG) is a powerful methylator.

Conversely, a high sucrose diet may inhibit methylation enzymes such as COMT.


  1. Positively influence the ratio between important hormones and hormone metabolites like estrogen, progesterone and the hydroxyl. Indole-3-carbinol (I3C) activates certain metabolic pathways and plays a prominent role in promoting estrogen breakdown via the healthier 2-OH estrogen route.


  1. The next step for optimal hormonal balance and health are natural aroma-taste inhibitors. Aromatase enzymes are present in fat tissue and these will turn testosterone into estrogen. Highly active aromatase will convert a large amount of testosterone into estrogen which may contribute to the estrogen dominance effect. Resveratrol, a natural colour pigment is a powerful natural aroma-taste inhibitor.


  1. Help your liver process estrogen

Your liver processes estrogen so that it can be removed from your body. When estrogen has done its work in your body, it is broken down by the liver into either “good” or “bad” metabolites. The “bad” metabolites are responsible for many of the problematic effects of estrogen (and estrogen dominance) and have been linked to hormonal-dependent cancers.

Because Diidolylmethane (DIM) helps your liver make more of the good metabolites, it will help you be healthier, happier and reduce your cancer risk.

Diindolylmethane (DIM) is the principal breakdown product of indole 3-carbinol (I3C).


  1. The last step is to assist the liver to ensure that estrogen marked for excretion, leaves the body.

The liver, which elimates excess estrogen, is assisted in this task by Calcium D-glucarate. Calcium D-glucarate is important because it helps ensure that estrogen marked for excretion actually leaves the body. Without sufficient levels of calcium D-glucarate, the neutralized hormone can be activated and reabsorbed in the body. The liver then has to work again on clearing the reintroduced hormone, which strains the liver.

Daily dosage (2 vegetable capsules) contains:

Betaine Anhydrous 98% TMG (Trimethylglycine) 50 mg, Calcium-D-Glucarate 100 mg,  Diindolylmethane (DIM) 100 mg,

Folic Acid (Vitamin B9) 0,4 mg, Indole-3-Carbinol (I3C) 99% 100 mg, L-Methionine 50 mg Magnesium Glycinate 11,7% (equivalent to elemental value 75 mg) 641 mg, N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine 100 mg, Resveratrol Extract 20-25% (Polygonum Cuspidatum, Root and Rhizome) 180 mg(equivalent to elemental value 45 mg), Vitamin B12 0,1% (Cyanocobalamin) (equivalent to elemental value 100 µg) 10 mg, Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride) 10 mg, Zinc amino acid chelate 10% (equivalent to elemental value 3 mg) 30 mg