Introducing Slow Carma

Slow Carma was introduced into the South African market based on research conducted by Dr Henry Davis. There is a Magnesium deficiency in most South Africans today. With this knowledge in mind, he developed and patented a stable Magnesium compound, that together with L Carnitine combats this deficiency, strengthens your metabolic system and helps the body to produce energy naturally.

Slow Carma Capsules was developed in a patented process using this combination of Magnesium and L Carnitine. Slow Carma is registered with the MCC and a clinical trial was done proving the efficiency of the product.

Major benefits of taking Slow Carma can include combating:


What is L-Carintine:

L-Carnitine is a naturally occurring amino acid derivative that’s often taken as a weight loss supplement. It plays a few crucial roles the human body. This includes assisting in the production of energy by transporting fatty acids into your cells’ mitochondria. By inhibiting the build-up of lactic acid, one of the primary causes of fatigue. L-carnitine has also been shown to support the heart and cardiovascular system.

What is Magnesium:

Magnesium is a cofactor in more than 300 enzyme systems that regulate diverse biochemical reactions in the human body. Some of the crucial roles magnesium assist in the human body include protein synthesis, blood glucose control, muscle and nerve function, and blood pressure regulation. Magnesium is required for energy production, glycolysis and oxidative phosphorylation.

Benefits of Magnesium

Magnesium is an incredibility important mineral supplement for the human body. The benefits of magnesium have been known from ancient times and with modern day research, it has just been proved even more so. Magnesium is literally essential to life and for good health. Acting as a vital component within our cells, magnesium’s many benefits for good health include:

  • It helps to increase energy
  • Magnesium regulates levels of Calcium, Sodium and Potassium in our bodies
  • It helps to prevent insomnia
  • Calms nerves and prevents anxiety
  • Magnesium also helps with digestion by relieving constipation
  • From a sporting perspective it helps to relieve muscle aches
  • And Magnesium prevents spasms
  • It plays an important role in keeping the heart healthy
  • Magnesium also prevents migraine headaches

Magnesium is a vital part in hundreds of biochemical reactions within our cells, magnesium’s presence or absence affects the brain, the heart, our muscles and blood vessels. Thus Magnesium impacts nearly all of systems of the body due to its cellular and molecular function. Making it one of the most vital supplements to take for our health.

Combating autoimmune disease

Inflammation appears connected to almost every known chronic disease, ranging from heart disease to diabetes. All the way to cancer and depression. Even obesity, autism and dementia could be attributed to inflammation. Autoimmune diseases include the likes of lupus, multiple sclerosis, and rheumatoid arthritis to name just a few. Other inflammatory include diseases such as asthma, arthritis, allergies, thyroid disease and inflammatory bowel disease.

Autoimmune diseases are caused by the bodies immune cells attacking the host tissue they are supposed to protect. Leading to chronic inflammation. Studies and research suggest that maintaining a balance of effector and regulatory immune function is critical for avoiding autoimmunity.

These are all caused predominantly in the modern day society due to a lack of correct diet and a lack of vitamins and supplements. So what can we do to combat this?

Six Steps to Treating Autoimmune Disease

  • Check for hidden infections like yeast, bacteria, viruses, Lyme, and other similar infections.
  • Get tested for celiac disease.
  • Check for hidden food allergens
  • Take probiotics daily, probiotics and probiotic-modulated microbiota may represent a potential avenue for combatting autoimmune diseases
  • Use nutrients such as vitamin C, vitamin D, fish oils and increase your uptake of Magnesium
  • Be healthy by exercising regularly, it’s a natural anti-inflammatory.