Amino Acid & Electrolyte Drink Base
-With L-Lucine for Muscle Protein Synthesis
-L-Glutamine, L-Malate, DL-Citrulline & Electrolytes
Scivation Xtend is an advanced Intra-workout Catalyst, formulated to help maximise training intensity and nutritionally support muscle protein synthesis and recovery while you train.
Xtend is formulated with a precise PentActive blend, synergistically involved in key cellular processes to support muscle proformance and response:
Scivation Electrolyte Blend [Trisodium Citrate Dihydrate, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Chloride], L-Leucine, L-Glutamine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine, L-Malate, DL-Citrulline, Flavours, Sweeteners (950,955), Soy Lecithin, FD&C Red #40 (E129), Pyridoxine HCI (Vitamin B6)
Contains Soy products.
Mix one serving (one level scoop) per glass of water (250ml). Stir or shake and consume during exercise on training days, or throughout the day on non-training days.
Store in a cool dry place. Do not expose to excessive heat or moisture.
Menopause relief and support
Fusion Health Menopause contains herbs traditionally used to assist in the management of menopause including hot flushes, excessive perspiration, headache, fatigue, sexual disinterest, menstrual irregularity, irritability, nervousness, insomnia, muscle and joint pain, skin and vaginal dryness and urinary frequency.
Combines five respected, traditional Chinese herbs with two extensively researched Western herbs, Black Cohosh and Vitex. The Chinese herbs used in this formula provide cooling, moisturising and nourishing effects to help alleviate menopausal symptoms. Chinese Asparagus root, called Shatavari in Ayurvedic medicine, is considered a rejuvenating tonic for women. Black Cohosh and Vitex are scientifically proven to help regulate hormonal balance and support women’s health throughout all stages of menopause.
This unique formula provides powerful pharmacological and energetic actions, which replenish deficient Liver and Kidney organ-meridian energy, and balance Yin and Yang to assist in the management of menopause from the earliest signs and symptoms through to more severe hot flushing, perspiration and dryness. Other specific benefits of this formula include aphrodisiac, analgesic (pain relief), anti-stress and anti-fatigue effects.
For all stages of menopause (before, during and after)
Skin and vaginal dryness
Irritability and headache
Insomnia and fatigue
Take 1 - 2 tablets once or twice daily
An extra dose may be taken to enhance results or as professionally advised
Best taken an hour away from food
Use only as directed. Always read the label. If symptoms persist, consult a healthcare practitioner. During pregnancy, always consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before taking herbal medicines and nutritional supplements.
Each tablet contains extracts equivalent to dry:
Anemarrhena asphodeloides 400 mg
Asparagus cochinchinensis (Shatavari) 400 mg
Epimedium sagittatum (Horny Goat Weed) 400 mg
Angelica polymorpha (Dong Quai) 375 mg
Curculigo orchioides 375 mg
Actaea racemosa (Black Cohosh) 350 mg
Vitex agnus-castus 200 mg
No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives, yeast, wheat, gluten, nuts, dairy or animal products
Diet, supplementation and exercise can’t specifically target a particular location; to reduce the appearance of your particular stubborn spots you can use a “body shaping serum”.
Which body shaping serum is designed for your body shape?
Subcut body shaping serum is formulated for the following body shape
- Generalised stubborn areas
§ Abdomen, upper abdomen, flanks, thighs, and upper arms
Block E3 body shaping serum is formulated for the following body shape
- Isolated pockets found in specific areas
§ Lower abdomen, lower back, love handles, hips, buttocks, backs of the legs and backs of the arms and chest (men)
Or some people have both and yes you can stack the 2 products.
To combine the body shaping serums, use the Block e3 first on the isolated pockets and then cover over larger generalised region with subcut.
Directions for use:
Massage liberally into your problem areas. Best used twice daily after showers and again before exercise.
Nature’s most powerful antioxidant
Astaxanthin is, like beta carotene, a carotenoid. Beta carotene is probably the best known of all the carotenoids as it the best way to fulfil your body's Vitamin A needs. Astaxanthin has many powerful health benefits beyond many other carotenoids including: eye health, prevention of brain related degenerations (such as dementia) and organ and skin health. It has up to 550 times the antioxidant activity of Vitamin E, 10 times that of beat carotene and surpasses Vitamin C as well.
More about Astaxanthin
Have you ever seen a bird bath in summer that has dried up? Sometimes you'll see a reddish color where the standing water has evaporated. The red you’re seeing is Natural Astaxanthin.
What has happened is that some green algae (perhaps the one that commercial growers of Natural Astaxanthin use which is called Haematococcus pluvialis) have suffered stress. The stress is due to a combination of things: Lack of food, an absence of water, intense sunlight and heat, or even bitter cold. As a result of this stress, the algae's cells have hyper-accumulated the red pigment Astaxanthin. They do this as a survival mechanism—the Astaxanthin serves as a “force field” to protect the algae from lack of nutrition and/or intense sunlight. It’s an absolutely amazing fact, but due to the protective properties of Astaxanthin, these algae can stay dormant for more than forty years without food or water, suffering in the summer sun or in the winter cold; yet when conditions are appropriate and there is food and water and no extreme weather, the algae will go back into their green, motile stage.
Astaxanthin can be found in plants and animals throughout the world. It is most prevalent in algae and phytoplankton, but it also can be found in a limited number of fungi and bacteria. Because organisms like many Astaxanthin containing algae and plankton are the base of the food chain, Astaxanthin can be found in many animals as well. Any sea animal that has a reddish or pinkish color contains Natural Astaxanthin. For example, you can find Astaxanthin in salmon, trout, lobster, shrimp and crab. These animals eat krill and other organisms that ingest Astaxanthin-containing algae and plankton as a major part of their diets. And since lots of different animals such as birds, bears and even humans eat these sea animals, you can find Astaxanthin in all sorts of places.
As we mentioned before, the animals that have the highest concentration of Astaxanthin are salmon, where it concentrates in their muscles and makes them the endurance heroes of the animal world. Can you imagine what salmon would look like if they didn’t have any Astaxanthin? Not only wouldn’t they be able to swim up rivers and waterfalls for days on end, but they’d also look pale and worn out.
What are its health benefits
Natural Astaxanthin has many powerful nutritional and health benefits:
Crosses the blood-retinal barrier and brings antioxidant and anti-inflammatory protection to the eyes, organs and skin
Works effectively as a neuroprotectant – this helps prevent a range of brain-related conditions including dementia and age-related forgetfulness
Spans cell membranes and bonds with muscle tissues to increase physical strength and endurance
Works as a super powerful antioxidant and eliminates free radicals
550 times more powerful than Vitamin E
Hawaiian Natural Astaxanthins benefits derive from its superior antioxidant activity and from its ability to fight free radical damage and combat ongoing oxidative stress and can have up to 550 times the antioxidant activity of vitamin E, 10 times the antioxidant activity of beta-carotene and surpasses many of the antioxidant benefits of Vitamin C and other carotenoids.
How does it work
Astaxanthin can be found in plants and animals all over the world. It is most prevalent in algae and phytoplankton and is also present in a limited number of fungi and bacteria. As a base part of the food chain, Astaxanthin is therefore present in many life forms including sea creatures, birds, mammals and humans.
It is a red pigment that is very powerful, acting as a kind of ‘force field’ that prevents long term damage to algae in cases where water or food is scarce or extreme weather conditions (heat, light or cold) are present and the greenness of the algae has ‘dried up’. The red pigmentation occurs in response to the stress and is effectively a survival mechanism.
Natural Astaxanthin can deliver these same powerful antioxidant, strength and protective properties to humans and this is why it is considered a superfood. There is a synthetic Astaxanthin produced by some chemical companies. We do not recommend or endorse the use of the synthetic version of this product.
What are Carotenoids?
For those of you who don’t know what carotenoids are, chances are you’ve eaten a few in the last 24 hours. Carotenoids are the pigments that give many of the foods we eat their beautiful colors. That ripe, red tomato you had in your salad last night is red because of a carotenoid called “lycopene.” The corn on the cob you had at the company picnic last summer is yellow because of another carotenoid called “zeaxanthin.” And of course, the carrots you eat (because you heard as a kid that you should eat carrots to help your eyes because “you’ve never seen a rabbit with glasses”) are orange because of “beta carotene.” In fact, “carrots” actually get their name from this famous pigment that makes them orange, “carotene."
Carotenoids are divided into two distinct groups: Members of the first group are called “Carotenes.” This is probably the more widely known group because of its most famous member, beta carotene. Some of the other well known carotenes are lycopene and alpha carotene. The other group, of which Astaxanthin is a proud member, is called “Xanthophylls” (pronounced ZAN-tho-fi ls). Some other notable xanthophylls are lutein and zeaxanthin.
The difference between these two groups is that Xanthophylls have hydroxyl groups at the end of the molecules. Astaxanthin has more hydroxyl groups than the other Xanthophylls, which allows it to do more in the human body than its closely-related family members like lutein and zeaxanthin.
You can see that they look similar, except for the ends of the molecule that have the hydroxyl “O” and “OH” groups. This small difference adds up to a huge disparity in terms of functional abilities of these carotenoid cousins.
Some of the many things that Natural Astaxanthin can do that beta carotene (and many other carotenoids) cannot.
There are over 700 different carotenoids, although most people have only heard of a few at best. They are produced in nature by plankton, algae and plants as well as a small number of bacteria and fungi. In plants and algae, carotenoids are actually part of the process of photosynthesis along with chlorophyll. Some animals can actually eat a certain carotenoid and then convert it in their body into a different carotenoid, but all animals must originally obtain carotenoids from their diet.
One example of an animal that can convert carotenoids that it ingests is the pink fl amingo. Flamingos eat algae that contain the yellow carotenoid zeaxanthin and the orange carotenoid beta carotene, and then their bodies convert them into the pinkish-red carotenoids Astaxanthin and canthaxanthin. Without carotenoids in their diet, the pink fl amingo would be an ugly beige color; and without the ability to convert the carotenoids it eats into Astaxanthin and canthaxanthin, the pink flamingo would be yellowish orange!
Carotenoids have a wonderful ability to interact with and neutralize “oxidants,” chemically reactive oxygen species known as singlet oxygen and free radicals. Natural Astaxanthin has the greatest ability to serve in this “anti”-oxidant function, which is why it is the world’s strongest natural antioxidant. But many other carotenoids also have an antioxidant effect.
An excellent example of how animals use carotenoids is seen in cold water fish such as salmon and trout. These fish accumulate Astaxanthin from their diets and deposit it in their fl esh to protect their tissues and cells from oxidation. This results in the healthy pinkish-red glow you see in fillets of wild salmon or trout. (Many fish farmers use synthetic Astaxanthin to mimic this color in their farmed salmon and trout—more about this unnatural process later.)
Some carotenoids are absolutely necessary for the existence of different species. For example, humans need Vitamin A. Vitamin A comes from beta carotene in our diet that the body converts into Vitamin A on an as-needed basis.
Contrary to high doses of pure Vitamin A which can be toxic, there is no toxicity level for beta carotene.
Beta carotene is the best known among the carotenoids due to many years of scientific study and publicity. It is a “pro-Vitamin A carotenoid.” Another way to say this is that it “has Vitamin A activity.” There are some other carotenoids that the human body can convert to Vitamin A, but beta carotene is the primary one. Taking natural beta carotene in food is the best way to fulfill your Vitamin A needs; the body only converts as much beta carotene to Vitamin A as it needs, but at the same time beta carotene has a host of other benefits in human nutrition.
Besides beta carotene, there are a few other carotenoids that are better known than Astaxanthin. Other famous carotenoids are lutein and lycopene. Lutein has gained fame in the last decade as a nutrient for eye health; lycopene has been marketed as a preventative nutrient for prostate cancer. Both are wonderful compounds, but neither has the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory strength of Astaxanthin, nor do they have the multitude of health benefits for humans and animals.
As we move down the list of carotenoids, we notice that, although there are over 700 different carotenoids, most are not exactly household names. Some people have heard of zeaxanthin, another excellent carotenoid being marketed primarily for eye health, but how many of us have heard of echinone, gamma carotene or fucoxanthin? Not many, although the more scientists study carotenoids, the more different names you’re probably going to hear. That’s because many carotenoids are wonderful nutrients that can help us to live better (due to their functional properties) and live longer (due to their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties). And Natural Astaxanthin is the best of the bunch, although as time passes researchers may find that other carotenoids hold great promise for human health as well.
How and where is it grown
The specific product Hawaiian Natural Astaxanthin is the world’s best selling Astaxanthin for human use. It is derived from algae grown in environmentally controlled ponds by the highly regarded Cyanotech Corporation in Hawaii. There are no pesticides, herbicides or GMO ingredients used in the process.
Protein Pizza Base
Pizza has changed forever with our new low carb pizza base. Just 5g of Carbs and a whopping 50g of Complete-Protein in one 12″ base.
One packet of Protein Pizza Base makes…
4 large pizza bases approx 30cm across!
So how does it taste?
A beautiful thin savoury base with a slight nutty taste and a hint of garlic and fresh herbs. The perfect canvas for your favourite pizza toppings.
Golden flax meal, lupin, almond meal, kibbled sunflower, whey protein, sesame seeds, herbs (oregano, marjoram, thyme, rosemary, sage), garlic powder, onion powder, salt
CONTAINS LUPIN, TREE NUTS, DAIRY AND SESAME
Made with love in Australia from over 90% Australian Ingredients
3 large eggs or 180 g of egg white
1/4 cup water (60 mL)
80g of Pizza Base Mix
Set your oven to 180°C and preheat for 15 minutes. Line a 30cm pizza tray with baking paper and spray with oil spray.
Step 1: Mix
Add the ingredients into a large mixing bowl and whisk to combine. Note: If you like your pizza crust crispy, add 10mL of olive oil. Allow to sit for 5 minutes to thicken slightly.
Step 2: Pour
Pour the mixture into the center of the pizza tray lined with baking paper, and spread it right to the edges. You can use the back of a spoon to shape it evenly.
Step 3: Bake the Pizza Base
Bake for 15 minutes at 180°C then flip the pizza base over and bake for a further 10 minutes or until golden brown. Remove from the oven.
Step 4: Topping
Add your favourite pizza toppings.
Step 5: Bake the Pizza
Pop the pizza back into the oven for a further 10-15 minutes or until golden brown on top.
Storing your Low Carb Pizza Bases
Once cooked and cooled, keep refrigerated. Consume within 5 days or freeze for up to 3 months.
Whole 30 Paleo
Nori seaweed (Porphyra umbilicus) is most familiar as the wrapping around sushi, and is also known as "purple Laver" due to the inky-black colour, that oddly, turns bright green when toasted. Sea Power Natural Nori is hand-harvested wild from the clean, clear Atlantic Ocean in the Canadian Maritimes then sundried on specially prepared rock fields in a timeless manner for a very low carbon footprint. With a slightly sweet, incredibly mild taste, this might just be our new nutritional power-packed favourite!
Leaf is delicious straight out of the bag, or lightly crisp-ed in a dry skillet or similar (colour will change to bright green). Use Leaf/Flakes crumbled over soups, grains, salads, stirfries, bread mixes, stocks, popcorn or any savoury dish. NOTE: Adding seaweeds to the pot when cooking legumes or pulses (like beans or lentils) can shorten cooking time.
Feel like a celebrity! With zero fat, 30% fibre, and a protein content comparable to legumes (30%), this might just be the perfect food for slimmers & Hollywood! And of all the common edible seaweeds, Natural Nori is the highest source of Vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, C & E. It's also a good source of all the carotenes (eg. Vitamin A), potassium, phosphorous, magnesium and by weight, has 10 times more calcium and iron than dairy. But wait, there's more! Natural Nori contains approximately 50% soluble fibre (eg. alginate) -- a very important component of any comprehensive, wholistic dietary program for cholesterol or blood sugar management.
1. What does it taste like?
Often described as sweet and vaguely meaty or nutty, the flavour is SO subtle, its barely there - truly!
Natural Nori is always our first recommendation for those culinary virgins who are scared to try seaweed, so come on! Be brave, strap on those training wheels, and give it a whirl!
2. What is the texture like?
Natural Nori Leaf is even softer than Dulse Leaf, and being paper thin immediately melts in the mouth -- easily chewed, easily swallowed.
3. Is it radioactive??
No, this seaweed is not harvested anywhere near Japan (it's Canadian), and yes, it is rigorously tested to meet human consumption standards both pre-export, and again upon import by Australian Customs/ Quarantine.
4. Is it the same as Japanese Sushi sheets? what's the difference??
Our Leaf is small pieces (not suitable for sushi rolling), and the Flakes are milled to a finer size/texture, so it's personal preference really!
5. How can it be certified organic if it grows in the ocean, not on land?
The organic convention lists strict criteria for sea vegetable harvesting, including ensuring the grow/harvest areas are well away from industry or high populations, free from heavy metals or other contaminants like pesticide residue, and specify a carefully managed harvest for rapid regrowth and long-term sustainability.
6. Why the allergy warning?
This seaweed grows in the intertidal zone, supporting natural fish nurseries and other sealife so it is possible that trace amounts of shell particles (eg. periwinkles) could hitch a ride!
This has relevance to those with crustacean/shellfish allergies.
STIMULANT-FREE WEIGHT MANAGEMENT FORMULA
Eating clean? Check. Training hard? Check. Ready to take things to the next level? Try R1 Lean 5. Made with CLA, carnitine, raspberry ketones, and garcinia and green tea extracts, our five-factor formula supports your body composition goals without stimulant ingredients. Whenever you’re ready, it’s ready – day or night. *
750 mg CLA *
750 mg garcinia cambogia extract *
750 mg l-carnitine-l-tartrate *
250 mg raspberry ketones *
100 mg decaffeinated green tea extract *
Stimulant-free for anytime use
Carefully blended and packaged in an NSF GMP facility in the USA
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. * Per serving.
Laundry Liquid - Lavender & ylang ylang essential oils
All natural, family-made in Queensland, and it works!
Perfectly safe - for people & planet, including grey water and septic systems, for both FRONT and TOP loaders.
Economical - ultra concentrated. No need to use more than 35ml for a full load hence one bottle should last you 30 washes.
Made with love in the green and serene Kin Kin, in the Noosa Hinterland.
Coconut-based anionic and nonionic surfactants (NO alcohol ethoxylate, LAS or SLS), rain water, potassium coconut soap, potassium citrate, enzymes, lavender essential oil, organic ylang ylang essential oil, rose geranium essential oil, organic lemon myrtle essential oil.
ORGANIC & SUSTAINABLE LATTE BLENDS
Not only does GIVE BACK Organics support sustainable farming to contribute to the environment, we also GIVE BACK 5% of Profits to World Aid Projects. By using our nutritional products you are helping people in developing countries. We do this by giving a hand up rather than a hand out. The projects we donate to enable families to come out of poverty stricken situations through income generation.