Latest News June 2014






 Active ingredients:

Whole leaf Aloe Vera

(Barbadensis Miller) juice (99.2%)
Natural preservatives (weight %):
sodium benzoate (0.1%), citric acid (<0.3%),
potassium sorbate (0.1%), erythorbic acid (0.3%).
Aloin <1ppm.


Product information:
Recommended daily intake:
10-50ml taken directly or mixed with water
or juice. Shake well before use. This is a
natural product so appearance may vary
between batches.
Storage instructions:
Once opened, store in fridge.
Consume within 2 months of opening.


Do not take if pregnant or planning pregnancy or
breastfeeding. Any concerns of drug interactions
or if under medical supervision see p10.
Suggested combinations:
Zym-otic®, Colex and Pro-otic® or Detox
Nutritional Support Programme.
Quantity: 1 litre Type: Code:
(20-100 days supply) 


3 Great Reasons why Golden Aloe is the Natural choices:


1) Golden Aloe is naturally harvested from the finest quality Barbadensis Miller Aloe Vera whole leaf ( gel and outer rind ). Cutting-edge technology is used to ensure that the final juice is rich in biologically active polysaccharides but devoid of aloin. the inner gel and outer rind of the Aloe Vera plant both contain essential potent polysaccharides but are separately processed so only the solids from the rind are subjected to the removal of aloin, which is not present in the inner gel. This novel extraction process reduces degradation of biologically active compounds from the gel but dramatically increasses the total content of biologically active components in double strengrh Golden Aloe juice.


2) Golden Aloe is not made from Aloe Vera concentrate or reconstituted dried powder. Many products on the market use this type of processing, as well as including artificial sweeteners and stabilisers to make products more palatable. However, we feel this results in a weak and inferior Aloe Vera product that may be devoid of many crucial biologically active compounds.

 3) Golden Aloe carries the Health Food Manufacturers Association (HFMA) standard of approval in Aloe Vera products, along with the IASC Certification. We are proud that Golden Aloe bears both the HFMA Aloe Vera Kitemark and IASC certificatiion as it demonstrates the expert extraction techniques employed to retain biological potency resulting in the finest quality Aloe Vera juice that bears the Golden Aloe name.

 We're sure that you will now agree that Golden Aloe is a premium product, making it an excellent choice and cost-effective way of delivering your daily dose of Aloe Vera.

 Latest News for May 2014


I.U. Labelling explained.


Labelling laws allow, in this case, the pot to be marked “80,000 I.U. Serrapeptase”, even if there is only a small amount – as low as 1% – of the actual Serrapeptase present, and the rest inert fillers. The other ingredients, such as magnesium stearate, do nothing to help. Recently, a trawl of all the Serrapeptase brands found listed on the internet, in all price ranges, found that none, except Nutricure, offers a capsule with the maximum amount of Serrapeptase possible in it.  (Approximately 90%.) The majority of the rest have between 15% and 55%.

Nutricures Serrapeptase is unique, it also contains the best Serrapeptase enzyme possible. ( A tiny amount of non GM rice flouris used to “lubricate” the capsule in the filling process.


Yes, Serrapeptase in almost any quantity can be helpful to most of us. But to be of serious benefit, it needs to be in a volume that is effective. 

Kind regards






Latest News: April 2014

Organic Virgin Coconut oil

Please note that we at Nutricure supply only Organic Virgin Coconut Oil.

Below is an extract taken from

Organic Virgin Coconut Oil: This type of oil is basically virgin coconut oil produced from the organic coconuts, in an organic way. This is perhaps the best and purest form of coconut oil one can imagine, but it is rare.

 The health benefits of coconut oil include hair care, skin care, stress relief, cholesterol level maintenance, weight loss, boosted immune system, proper digestion and regulated metabolism. It also provides relief from kidney problems, heart diseases, high blood pressure, diabetes, HIV, and cancer, while helping to improve dental quality and bone strength. These benefits of oil can be attributed to the presence of lauric acid, capric acid and caprylic acid, and their respective properties, such as antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-fungal, antibacterial and soothing qualities.

Health Benefits of Coconut Oil

Hair care:

Coconut oil is one of the best natural nutrients for your hair. It helps in healthy growth of hair and gives your hair a shiny quality. It is also highly effective in reducing protein loss which can lead to various unattractive or unhealthy qualities in your hair.

Heart diseases

There is a misconception spread among many people that coconut oil is not good for heart health. This is because it contains a large quantity of saturated fats. In reality, coconut oil is beneficial for the heart. It contains about 50% lauric acid, which helps in actively preventing various heart problems like high cholesterol levels and high blood pressure. The saturated fats present in coconut oil are not harmful as you commonly find in vegetable oils. Coconut oil does not lead to increase in LDL levels, and it reduces the incidence of injury and damage to arteries and therefore helps in preventing atherosclerosis.


Skin care

Coconut oil is an excellent massage oil for the skin as well. It acts as an effective moisturizer on all types of skin, including dry skin. The benefit of coconut oil on the skin is comparable to that of mineral oil. Fortunately, unlike mineral oil, there is no chance of having any adverse side effects on the skin from the application of coconut oil. Coconut oil therefore is a safe solution for preventing dryness and flaking of skin. It also delays the appearance of wrinkles and sagging of skin which normally accompany aging. Coconut oil also helps in treating various skin problems including psoriasis, dermatitis, eczema and other skin infections.


Weight loss

Coconut oil is very useful for weight loss. It contains short and medium-chain fatty acids that help in taking off excessive weight. It is also easy to digest and it helps in healthy functioning of the thyroid and endocrine system. Further, it increases the body’s metabolic rate by removing stress on the pancreas, thereby burning more energy and helping obese and overweight people lose the weight. Hence, people living in tropical coastal areas, who use coconut oil every day as their primary cooking oil, are normally not fat, obese or overweight.



Coconut has been shown to prevent and even cure candida. It provides relief from the inflammation caused by candida, both externally and internally. Its high moisture retaining capacity keeps the skin from cracking or peeling off. Further, unlike other pharmaceutical treatments for candida, the effects of coconut oil is gradual and not drastic or sudden, which gives the patient an appropriate amount of time to get used to the withdrawal symptoms or Herxheimer Reactions (the name given to the symptoms accompanying body’s rejection of toxins generated during elimination of these fungi). But, in the treatment of this condition, people should systematically and gradually increase their dosages of coconut oil and shouldn’t initially start with a large quantity.

Capric acid is a medium chain fatty acid (a Saturated Fat) present in coconut oil has antimicrobial, antiviral and antifungal properties. This is the same fatty acid present in breast milk and it protects the baby from bacterial, viral and fungal infections. In the body, it reacts with certain enzymes secreted by other bacteria, which subsequently convert it into a powerful antimicrobial agent, monocaprin. In the systematic use coconut oil as a treatment for Candida, the capric acid has also been found very effective in killing the yeast.

Caprylic acid, caproic acid, myristic acid and lauric acid are all found in coconut oil and have antimicrobial and antifungal properties which aid in the elimination of candida albicans. Lauric acid is a saturated fat and a medium chain fatty acid that forms a compound called monolaurin when it reacts with enzymes. This monolaurin is a potent germ and fungus killer.


Healing and infections

When applied to infected areas, coconut oil forms a chemical layer that protects the infected body part from external dust, air, fungi, bacteria and viruses. Coconut oil is highly effective on bruises because it speeds up the healing process of damaged tissues.

Infections: Coconut oil is very effective against a variety of infections due to its antifungal, antiviral, and antibacterial properties. According to the Coconut Research Center, coconut oil kills the viruses that cause influenza, measles, hepatitis, herpes, SARS, and other serious health risks. It also kills bacteria that cause ulcers, throat infections, urinary tract infections, pneumonia, and gonorrhoea. Finally, coconut oil is also effective in the elimination of fungi and yeast that cause ringworm, athlete’s foot, thrush, and diaper rash.


Coconut oil is strongly recommended for a number of other benefits that are explained below. Using coconut oils has been shown to mildly help the following:

Liver: The presence of medium chain triglycerides and fatty acids helps in preventing liver diseases because those substances are easily converted into energy when they reach the liver, thus reducing the work load of the liver and also preventing accumulation of fat.

Kidney: Coconut oil helps in preventing kidney and gall bladder diseases. It also helps to dissolve kidney stones.

Pancreatitis: Coconut oil is also believed to be useful in treating pancreatitis.

Stress relief: Coconut oil is very soothing and hence it helps in removing stress. Applying coconut oil to the head, followed by a gentle massage, helps to eliminate mental fatigue.

Diabetes: Coconut oil helps in controlling blood sugar, and improves the secretion of insulin. It also promotes the effective utilization of blood glucose, thereby preventing and treating diabetes.

Bones: As mentioned earlier, coconut oil improves the ability of our body to absorb important minerals. These include calcium and magnesium which are necessary for the development of bones. Thus, coconut oil is very useful to women who are prone to osteoporosis after middle age.

Dental care: Calcium is an important component of our teeth. Since coconut oil facilitates absorption of calcium by the body, it helps in developing strong teeth. Coconut oil also stops tooth decay.

HIV and cancer: It is believed that coconut oil plays an instrumental role in reducing a person’s viral susceptibility for HIV and cancer patients. Preliminary research has shown an indication of this effect of coconut oil on reducing the viral load of HIV patients (Reference).

Finally, coconut oil is often used by athletes, body builders and by those who are dieting.                                         The reason behind this being that coconut oil contains less calories than other oils, its fat content is easily converted into energy, and it does not lead to accumulation of fat in the heart and arteries. Coconut oil helps boost energy and endurance, and generally enhances the performance of athletes.

Coconut oil and Alzheimer’s disease: The research conducted by Dr. Newport states that coconut oil is useful in treating Alzheimer’s disease. Apart from this there is no scientific evidence or traditional knowledge of coconut oil being used for treating Alzheimer’s. In fact, it is not traditionally thought that coconut oil helps in boosting the function of the brain in any form.

Why is coconut oil solid?: Unlike most other oils, coconut oil has a high melting point – about 24 to 25 degrees Celsius or 76-78 Fahrenheit. Therefore it is solid at room temperature and melts only when the temperature rises considerably. Hence, if you buy a bottle of coconut oil and find it solid, don’t immediately assume that there is some problem with it. Coconut oil is often in this form, and obviously, don’t keep it in your refrigerator.

How to use coconut oil?: If you are using coconut oil for topical purposes, especially hair care, just melt the oil (if it is solid) by keeping the bottle in the sun or soaking it in warm water. You can also take some coconut oil out and put it in a small bowl and heat the bowl over a flame (don’t use a microwave). Then, take the oil on your palm and apply it to your hair. If you want to use it for internal consumption, simply replace butter or vegetable oils with coconut oil in your recipes. Remember, you don’t need to completely switch to coconut oil, because then you will lose the other benefits of more traditional oils and dairy products.

Can I use coconut oil for cooking?: Yes, in most of the tropical coastal regions, people use coconut oil for cooking.

I don’t like the taste of coconut oil. What should I do?: Try using coconut oil in a variety of different recipes. However, if you get nauseated after eating coconut oil, don’t force yourself to eat it. As can happen with any food item, your body may be allergic to coconut oil and it is best not to consume it.

This is a must for all health conscious households.