FAQ: What is the most sufficient data obtained on natural health products or nutraceuticals?
Answer: The most sufficient is data that represents evidence obtained from Clinical Trials and Third Party Testing by a reputable source and often this is stated on the label of the product or the manufacturers monograph (instruction leaflet). Products with these credentials are considered to be more reliable in terms of safety and efficacy than other similar products that may claim such qualities without verification.
FAQ: Can I order my prescription medication through www.zoilife.com?
Zoilife is currently a website dedicated to supplements and herbal remedies. That being stated Zoilife is affiliated with Margis Pharmacy and Organics in Toronto, Canada and as such prescription medication for residents of Ontario, Canada can be purchased by contacting the store directly. If you are a resident of Ontario and you wish to obtain your prescription medication though Margis Pharmacy simply email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will ensure that a Pharmacist from Margis Pharmacy contacts you directly.
FAQ: Are all probiotics safe to take?
All probiotics listed in our product list @ zoilife.com are generally safe for patients with the exception to some conditions in which you should exercise caution. Here is the list of probiotics that are not safe and should not be used (check the labels): Bacillus cereu, Bacillus clausii CNCM MA23/3V & CNCM MA66/4M, Enterococcus spp., Bifid bacterium dentium, Lactobacillus plantarum CNCM MA40/5B-p, Parascardovia denticolen, Pediococcus acidilactici CNCM MA28/6B, Scardovia inopinata.
FAQ: What are Toxins?
Toxins are substances that cause harm to the bodies’ cells, organs and everyday functions. There are exogenous and endogenous sources of toxins. Exotoxins come from polluted air, water, cigarette smoke, alcohol, medications, food additives and preservative, taste enhancers, cosmetics, shampoos and body soaps, household products (i.e. bleach), insecticides, and pesticides. Endotoxins are undigested food that can putrefy in intestines creating damage to cells, tissues and organs in the body.
FAQ: What are the signs of a toxic Liver?
Toxic overload in the body can cause liver damage. The liver is the organ responsible for filtering waste from the cells and bloodstream. The liver's role in detoxification is to change harmful toxins, into substances that can be safely eliminated from the body. If there is an excess of toxins in the liver, cellular damage from free radicals (highly reactive and damaging chemical compounds), may occur. The outward symptoms of toxic overload of the liver includes overall sluggishness, lack of energy, unexplainable anger, new allergic reactions, rash, inflammation of skin, diarrhea, and increased susceptibility to cold and flu’s.