TACKLE THIN­NING HAIR WITH SCI­EN­TIFIC OX­FORD EX­PER­TISE – TRX2 MOLEC­U­LAR FOOD SUP­PLE­MENT FOR HAIR

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TRX2 ® Molec­u­lar Food Sup­ple­ment for Hair is an in­no­va­tive de­vel­op­ment of Ox­ford sci­en­tist Dr Thomas Whit­field, Dphil (bio­chem­istry) and his team of Ox­ford Bi­o­labs sci­en­tists. The idea of cre­at­ing TRX2 ® hit Dr Whit­field when he was in Ox­ford, re­search­ing the process of hair loss. TRX2 ® is based on or­ganic com­pounds which, when com­pared to some medic­i­nal prod­ucts, has no side ef­fects. It’s the first hair loss treat­ment to con­tain Potas­sium, Carnipure™ tar­trate (L- car­ni­tine – L-tar­trate), BCAA and nicoti­namide, and is de­liv­ered via a pro­pri­etary potas­sium channel-stim­u­lat­ing com­plex. More­over, three of the key in­gre­di­ents in TRX2 ® – se­le­nium, zinc, and bi­otin – are of­fi­cially recog­nised by the Euro­pean Com­mis­sion as con­tribut­ing to the main­te­nance of nor­mal, healthy hair. Hair treat­ments of­ten prom­ise a lot with­out de­liv­er­ing, but TRX2 ® is backed by cut­ting-edge science and has been thor­oughly tested. The ef­fects can be im­pres­sive. It is one of Europe’s best sell­ing hair sup­ple­ments and is sold in over 100 coun­tries. Start us­ing TRX2 ® as early as pos­si­ble for faster re­sults. TRX2 ® is suit­able for men and women of all ages and is sourced and man­u­fac­tured in Ger­many. Ox­ford Bi­o­labs has now also in­tro­duced an ad­vanced TRX2 ® top­i­cal range. They are also work­ing on sham­poo and con­di­tioner as a fur­ther sup­port line. TRX2 ® Thick­en­ing and Styling Cream is the lat­est in port­fo­lio of pi­o­neer­ing TRX2 ® prod­ucts. Me­laniq® Food Sup­ple­ment for Hair Pig­men­ta­tion has been de­vel­oped for men and women ex­pe­ri­enc­ing pre­ma­ture grey­ing and grey­ing in gen­eral. Pric­ing starts from £20 and you will be able to get a 10% dis­count us­ing the coupon code “MH”, when or­der­ing on trx2.com/mh

James Her­bert Bond’s en­vi­able swimshort body could be at­trib­uted to many things. The high calo­rie ex­pen­di­ture de­liv­ered by fight­ing atop mov­ing trains, per­haps. Or maybe the core ac­ti­va­tion re­quired to ex­pertly ma­noeu­vre a jet­pack. But while we’re sure all of these fac­tors con­trib­ute, new re­search sug­gests it could also be down to his fa­mous choice of cock­tail – at least, in part.

Ac­cord­ing to Italy’s Univer­sity of Palermo, your mar­tini’s side­kick, the hum­ble olive, can take you one step closer to your beach-body goals. For the re­search, healthy vol­un­teers were asked to eat 12 green olives ev­ery day for a month. At the end of the study, sub­jects saw their body fat de­crease by an av­er­age 3lb, while mus­cle mass went up by al­most 2lb. Re­searchers say this could be due to con­ju­gated linoleic acid, a type of fat found in olives and olive oil, which has been shown to have a ben­e­fi­cial ef­fect on me­tab­o­lism. The fruit is also a great source of cop­per – an­other nu­tri­ent which has re­cently been linked to fat loss by sci­en­tists from the Univer­sity of Cal­i­for­nia, Berke­ley.

Now clearly we’re not sug­gest­ing you pair each one of your olives with a com­ple­men­tary sharp­ener. (Bond’s in­de­fati­ga­ble liver, it seems, is truly his great­est weapon.) But should thirst hit as you’re pass­ing the pool bar, a blend of dry ver­mouth and gin is cer­tainly a leaner al­ter­na­tive to most sun­shine cock­tails. And a damn sight cooler. So or­der with im­punity – and con­sider your fat shaken, and your mus­cles stirred.

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