• Alleviating joint discomfort in autumn

    Alleviating joint discomfort in autumn

    Autumn is full of changes: the season, the return to school, getting back to the office (for some), stress etc., and of course quite a sharp change in temperatures, depending where you live. All this can cause us to suffer “typical” autumnal joint discomfort. There isn’t a definitive reason for this – everyone is different

  • QUICKLY REDUCE YOUR CHOLESTEROL WITH THESE 5 TIPS

    QUICKLY REDUCE YOUR CHOLESTEROL WITH THESE 5 TIPS

    Do you feel tired and lead a sedentary lifestyle? Is your cholesterol a bit high? Incorporate these simple tips into your daily routine and see how your cholesterol levels go down while your energy and get-up-and-go increase.

  • Skin care in summer

    Skin care in summer

    When summer arrives, temperatures go up and we strip off. Our skin is more exposed than ever to the sun. The days are longer and the sun is stronger. That’s why it’s important to protect and care for our skin. Here at Actafarma we always make sure you have enough information to look after your skin. Check

  • Fluid retention in summer

    Fluid retention in summer

    Fluid retention is the excessive accumulation of fluid in body tissues that cause us to gain weight and suffer from swollen legs, ankles and abdomens. It is a very uncomfortable feeling to have all the time and is not easy to resolve.

  • COLLAGEN, what is it and how to replenish it?

    COLLAGEN, what is it and how to replenish it?

    Collagen is a protein in our bodies: skin, hair, joints, nails etc. It helps bond the various structures in the body. It also makes our skin more elastic and firmer. A top antioxidant.

  • Is hydrolysed collagen the best choice?

    Is hydrolysed collagen the best choice?

    Collagen is a protein with a high molecular weight, formed by the bonding of short strings known as peptides. When we consume products or food containing this complete protein and it reaches our intestines, the protein weighs so much that it isn’t capable of passing through the lining of the intestine to be absorbed. During