Lexor Health helps you Maintain good Hair Health

Hair HealthThe crowning glory of a woman’s beauty is her hair. Shining tresses indicate a healthy constitution nourished with the right kind of nutritional factors. If your hair is lusterless, frizzy, brittle or dry – well it’s time to assess your diet for wholesomeness.

Hair is mainly made up of a protein called keratin. Proteins are composed of amino acids which are procured from our daily intake of food. So what you eat has a direct bearing on your health in general. Good quality proteins come from vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian sources. Meat and soy products account for good proteins apart from dry fruits, olives even avocados.

The B vitamin family has a number of constituents essential for promotion of hair health. They prevent dull and weak hair. Leafy greens like spinach and kelp or lettuce promote good healthy hair being rich in vitamins A and C. A great tonic for glossy hair can be obtained by juicing beets, carrots, cucumbers, spinach, and onions. The goodness of these veggies also encourages de-toxification of the body in general.

Hair loss in women may occur after pregnancy, major surgery, drastic weight loss, or extreme stress, a side effect of certain medications, such as antidepressants, beta-blockers, and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Nowadays people are ready to spend any amount of money on hair care products. As the glam-quotient of hair goes up, so does the product line of cosmetics and supplements available over the counter. Women’s hair care products sell in turnovers of billions of dollars annually. Lexor Health brings to you the most popular hair health formula especially created for women.

Lexor Health offers a special blend of vitamins and choicest herbal ingredients that nourish your hair to give it a full, rich and shimmering look. Just Women-Healthy Hair formula contains Vitamins B-12, biotin, Pantothenate and Chromium – a micronutrient for maintenance and growth of hair. Other add-ons like Cinnamon bark and Horsetail have proven efficacy in supporting general health of the body in the continuous process of hair replacement. Dimethylaminoethanol helps in the building and repair of cell membranes while milk thistle induces protein synthesis which is an important aspect of hair growth. 


May 24, 2012 at 12:06 pm Leave a comment

Take care of your lips: They are three times thinner than your skin!

Ingredients that Matter

Commonly quoted estimates claim that 60-80% of the products that we put on our lips are either absorbed directly into theskin or, in the case of lipstick and lip care products, swallowed. Cosmetics are not subject to FDA approval before hittingthe shelves. Even traces of lead have been discovered in as many as 30% of commercial lipsticks. This makes the quality ofthe products that we use for lip care an important part of an overall health regime.

Natural lip care is all about replacingquestionable or harmful ingredients with natural substances known for their soothing and healing effects. Aloe Verahas been used for centuries to soothe and heal dry skin after exposure to water, wind and sun. Aloe Vera is a succulent,short-stemmed plant with a high concentration of vitamins (A, B, C and E), more than 20 minerals, polysaccharides, fattyacids, salicylic acid, lignin, saponins and amino acids.

Calendula has also been used to heal sunburn, inflammation and skin irritations in many folk medicine traditions.Calendula is a member of the aster family, brought to the United States by early settlers around 1670. During the Civil War,calendula cream was used for treating wounds and amputations due to its antibacterial action. Calendula is widely used in hair and skin care products, soaps and first-aid remedies.

The medicinal use of chamomile dates back thousands of years to the Egyptians, Romans and Greeks. Chamomile is usedtopically as a cream or ointment. Essential oils extracted from chamomile help to reduce swelling and may limit the growth of bacteria, fungi and viruses. Chamomile can be used mouth wash as well as for lip care, and helps to eliminate oral infections and bad breath.

Other common lip care ingredients include bees wax, carnuba wax and other natural waxes, coconut oil, sunflower oil, safflower oil, and tocopherol (vitamin E). Natural waxes and oils help to condition lips and create a moisture lossprevention barrier. Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant and anti-inflammatory used in external moisturizers, lip balm and other skin care products.

Why Do Lips Dry Out?

Lips are particularly susceptible to dehydration for a number of reasons. Lip skin is thinner than other surface skin, thus retaining less moisture. Lips also do not have oil glands to keep them supple and smooth. If the body as a whole is dehydrated, the lips are the first place where skin wrinkling and flaking will take place.

Drinking sufficient water is the first step for healthy lips. Protecting your lips from adverse weather and excessive sun is another key. Make sure to include plenty of fresh vegetables and fruits in your diet to keep your moisture level high.

Key Vitamins for Healthy Lips

Lack of B vitamins may be related to chapped lips. Specifically, a deficiency of vitamin B-2 may result in cracked, painful lips. Not enough folic acid or riboflavin (B-2) can also be associated with lip problems. Vitamins Cand E are also critical for lip health. Vitamin C is critical in the production of a protein called collagen. Collagen and elastin help to maintain the flexibility of skin and lips. Vitamin E is essential for skin health, and protects the outer layers of skin from ultraviolet rays.

Vitamins for healthy lips can be found in a wide array of foods:

Sources of Vitamin B: Beans, Poultry, Whole Grains, Liver
Sources of Vitamin C: Oranges, Grapefruit, Leafy Greens, Broccoli, Potatoes, Bell Peppers, Cantaloupe, Cauliflower
Sources of Vitamin E: Wheat germ oil, Almonds, Corn Oil, Sunflower Seeds, Tomatoes, Kiwi Fruit, Spinach, Peanuts

Finding the Best Products for Lip Care

Lip Healer Lip Balm by CVC Specialties is a non-drying natural beeswax lip balm formula which includes aloe Vera, calendula, vitamin E, and chamomile: all 100% natural ingredients (Petroleum Free) for healthy lip care. In addition, Lip Healer Lip Balm offers SPF-15 sun protection to defend your lips from tough exposure all year round. Please visit http://www.lexorhealth.com for more information about our products.

Visit : http://www.lexorhealth.com/t/health-concerns/lip-care/

September 17, 2011 at 5:45 am Leave a comment

Folic acid and Vitamin B12 – Important for the smooth functioning of your brain.

Vitamin B12 is one of the eight B vitamins and is involved in the metabolism of every cell in our body. It is water soluble and plays an important role in the efficient functioning of the brain and nervous system. It also plays a key role in the formation of blood. It is the largest and possesses the most complex structure among all other vitamins. Vitamin B12 affects DNA synthesis and regulation and also the synthesis of fatty acids and energy production. One of its other major benefits is that it helps retain memory and even enhance it and sharpens mental acuity thereby reduce the signs of aging. B vitamins are also said to promote mental clarity and focus.

Folic acid or Vitamin B9 is essential to various functions in our body. It is essential for the metabolic processes in our body. It helps in synthesizing nucleic acids and the formation of the iron carrying component of the hemoglobin in red blood cells. Folic acid helps protect against certain forms of cancers and heart disease. Even folic acid is a very important contributor to mental agility and a strong memory. It also catalyses the production and maintenance of new cells and nervous system health, energy metabolism, and healthy heart function.


Lexor Health offers many products that act as dietary supplements of folic acid and vitamin B12. These are sublingual micro tablets that skips the digestive system because they get quickly and directly absorbed into the body from under the tongue. Sublingual tablets are more beneficial over normal tablets because they do not require binders to hold it together. In normal tablets these binders do nothing to help, instead it only acts as fillers thus reducing the content of the essential ingredients in the tablet. Due to this consumer has to swallow an increased number of tablets for desired results. On the other hand microlingual tablets use a small amount acacia gum to hold the tablet together. Due to this the tablet is much more concentrated and its size is highly reduced, making it an excellent nutrient delivery system.

Regular intake of these supplements, folic acid and vitamin B12 will see you performing better in your day to day activities and you will also experience a significant improvement in memory.

Visit : http://www.lexorhealth.com/t/vitamins-and-minerals/vitamin-b/p/Quick-B-12-Energy-Burst-(100-tablets)-90790

Call : 888-539-6777

April 12, 2011 at 9:56 am Leave a comment

Vitamins are a group of chemicals that are needed by the body for good health.

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin. The fact that it dissolves in fat is important, because it means the body can store it for future use. Unlike other vitamins, we do not need to get vitamin D from the food that we eat. This is a good thing because most foods contain very little vitamin D naturally.

Our main source of vitamin D is that made by our own bodies. 90% of our vitamin D is made in the skin with the help of sunlight.

Vitamin D is really important for strong bones. In addition, vitamin D seems to be important for muscles and general health. Scientists have also found that vitamin D may help prevent other diseases such as cancer, diabetes and heart disease.

Vitamin D deficiency has more profound repercussions in children.

-Babies with severe vitamin D deficiency can get muscle spasms (cramps), seizures and breathing difficulties. These problems are related to consequent low levels of calcium in the infant.

-Children with severe deficiency may have soft skull or leg bones. Their legs may look curved (bow-legged). This condition is known as rickets. (Seeseparate leaflet called ‘Rickets’ for more information).

-Poor growth. Height is usually affected more than weight. Affected children might be reluctant to start walking.

-Tooth delay. Children with vitamin D deficiency may be late teething as the development of the milk teeth has been affected.

-Irritability in children can be due to vitamin D deficiency.

-Children with vitamin D deficiency are more prone to infections and respiratory (breathing) symptoms can occur In severe cases, breathing is affected because of weak chest muscles and a soft ribcage.

-Rarely an extremely low vitamin D level can cause weakness of the heart muscle (cardiomyopathy). This can affect the ability of the heart to pump blood efficiently.

Is Vitamin D deficiency curable?
The outlook for vitamin D deficiency is usually excellent. Both the vitamin levels and the symptoms generally respond well to treatment. However, it can take time (months) for bones to recover and symptoms such as pain to get better or improve.

Mild or short-lived deficiency usually causes few or no symptoms. Any symptoms that do occur improve and generally disappear with treatment.

Treatment of vitamin D deficiency in children

Treatment of Vitamin D usually depends on the child’s age. Under six months, 3000 IU calciferol per day is used for 8-12 weeks. In children over six months, 6000 IU is used daily, for the same length of time. In children over one year, 300 000 IU tends to be given as a single one-off dose.

Visit : http://www.lexorhealth.com/t/vitamins-and-minerals/vitamin-d/p/Childrens-D-(100-tablets)-91050

Call : 888-539-6777

April 12, 2011 at 8:26 am Leave a comment

Vitamin D3-The Sunshine Vitamin

Vitamin D is known as the sunshine vitamin because modest exposure to sunlight, as little as ten minutes per day, is usually essential and sufficient for most people’s bodies to produce their own vitamin D, however; recent studies show many of us are not getting enough exposure due to inability or unwillingness (fear of developing skin cancer) to get outdoors as well as increased sun protection usage when we are outdoors.   Did you know that using a sunscreen with as little as a SPF 15 cuts the skin’s vitamin D production by 99 percent?

Like plants that wither and die without sunlight, human beings also need sunlight for maintaining a healthy body. Vitamin D3 is needed by the body for calcium absorption. Individuals with darker skin such as African Americans require more vitamin D because they have more melanin or pigment in their skin, making it harder for the body to absorb and use the sun’s ultraviolet rays to synthesize vitamin D.

Vitamin D3 deficiency may eventually lead to diabetic condition, high blood pressure, skin ailments, mental depression, kidney stones, obesity, alzheimer’s disease and even cancer. As vitamin D3 plays a vital role in boosting immunity levels, increasing the normal functioning of neuro-muscular nerves, protecting the brain cells from toxic reactions and reducing pain symptoms.

It is difficult to correct vitamin D deficiency since there are only a few good food sources of vitamin D. Vitamin D can be found in foods such as salmon, tuna, mackerel and vitamin D-fortified products such as milk and cereal.  Most adults need 5-15 mcg/day depending on their age and gender.
Herbal sources of vitamin D3 also include green peppers, strawberries, green turnips, broccoli, leafy green veggies, sweet potatoes, citrus fruits and their juices. Animal sources of vitamin D3 include fish, milk, cod liver oil and egg yolks. Vitamin D3 limits the progression of diseases like multiple sclerosis. For normal bone development and muscular contraction, the blood should have adequate level of vitamin D3.

Call : 888-539-6777

Visit : http://www.lexorhealth.com/site/vitamin_d3_10000

March 23, 2011 at 8:31 am Leave a comment

Vegans need to supplement their Vitamin B12 requirements

A vitamin is an organic compound required as a nutrient in tiny amounts by an organism. When vitamins cannot be synthesized in sufficient quantities by an organism, they must be obtained from the diet. Thirteen vitamins are presently universally recognized. Vitamins promote health by partaking in diverse biochemical functions. Some have hormone-like functions as regulators of mineral metabolism (e.g., vitamin D), or regulators of cell and tissue growth and differentiation (e.g., some forms of vitamin A). Others function as antioxidants (e.g., vitamin E and sometimes vitamin C).

The B complex is the largest group of vitamins that function as precursors for enzyme cofactors, and help enzymes in their work as catalysts in metabolism.

The B vitamins may be necessary in order to:
 Support and increase the rate of metabolism
 Maintain healthy skin and muscle tone
 Enhance immune and nervous system function
 Promote cell growth and division, including that of the red blood cells that help prevent anemia
 Reduce the risk of pancreatic cancer – one of the most lethal forms of cancer

All B vitamins are water-soluble, and are dispersed throughout the body. Most of the B vitamins must be replenished regularly, since any excess is excreted in the urine. Several deficiency disorders may result from lack of sufficient B-vitamins, though taking large doses may produce toxic effects.

Although most varieties of vitamin B are abundantly available in several food stuffs like cereal grains, a fruit, vegetables, dairy products and fish, vitamin B12 is not available to vegans and hence needs to be supplemented vitamin B12 also called cobalamin, is a water soluble vitamin with a key role in the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system, and for the formation of blood. It is normally involved in the metabolism of every cell of the human body, especially affecting DNA synthesis and regulation, but also fatty acid synthesis and energy production. As the largest and most structurally complicated vitamin, it can be produced industrially only through bacterial fermentation-synthesis.

Vitamin B12 is provided as a supplement in many processed foods, and is also available in vitamin pill form, including multi-vitamins. Vitamin B12 can be supplemented in healthy subjects also by liquid, transdermal patch, nasal spray, or injection and is available singly or in combination with other supplements.

Visit: http://www.lexorhealth.com/t/vitamins-and-minerals/vitamin-b/p/Quick-B-12-Energy-Burst-(100-tablets)-90790

Call: 888-539-6777

March 23, 2011 at 6:20 am Leave a comment

Zinc an essential mineral to boost immunity and goes a long way in keeping you in the pink of health.

Zinc is one of the most essential minerals required by our body. 300 enzymes need zinc for supporting the working of the human body. It is a very important factor in building a robust immune system.

Studies prove that zinc acts like a catalyst in recovering from cold, flu and other minor ailments. It is believed to be a rich source of anti-oxidants that’s slows down the aging process and is an effective treatment for age related muscular degeneration.

It is a common ingredient found in throat lozenges to help reduce the effects of a bad throat. External application of zinc preparations can protect against sun tan, winter tan and diaper rashes. Zinc lactate, when used in toothpaste prevents halitosis. Zinc pyrithione contains anti dandruff properties, hence is included in many shampoos.

Meats like pork and mutton are rich sources of zinc. For vegetarians, legumes,peanuts etc contain good amounts of this mineral. For a healthy lifestyle it is very important to have a regular intake of zinc. Zinc, when consumes excessively may lead to some side effects hence it is advised to be taken in moderation.

In today’s hectic lifestyle, with all the junk food and skipping meals, zinc as a dietary supplement has become very essential. Lexor Health brings to you it’s Zinc Lozenjets. One tablet daily will give you the zinc your body requires. Adults may have a tablet every 6 hours.

Zinc Lozenjets are formulated with vitamin C and elderberry as added benefits for your health. Research proves that elderberry stimulates antibody production during acute illness.

February 24, 2011 at 6:52 am Leave a comment

Older Posts

Lexor Health Products

RSS Lexor Health

  • Why to Buy Vitamin D
    If your body is not getting adequate vitamin D, you can always buy vitamin D supplements to fulfill your required quota. Just like other nutrients, it is important for the body. It is even more important in growing children, as it helps in bone growth. One amazing thing about it is that we can get this nutrient from sunlight as well. The skin absorbs vit D f […]
  • Keeping Healthy with Vitamins B12 Supplements
    Health concerns have become a part and parcel of our lives. The more stressful our lives are, the more we invite health concerns. With stressful life it means that we give more importance to tensions, anxieties and end up with lack of sleep and thus be unhappy with our lifestyles. Improving our everyday life has become very essential as this can lead to majo […]
May 2018
« May