Yeh, that’s me Kornia.
and I am here for you to “wake up” the “sleeping” beauty inside of you so you can proudly share it with the world.
Whether you think you are beautiful or ugly, have some imperfections or just missing something in your look, or maybe have too much of something here, you’ll find out how balance it out.
Let’s have a look on your inside first – How do you feel?
Are you feeling great, happy and full of energy? ????If yes, how do you look?
And now, when you’re feeling down, sad or tired ????– how is your look then?
So, do we agree that it all starts with how you feel on the inside?
That is because, we are all beautiful as long as we feel good about ourselves. Never mind the few imperfections, we can deal with them later…..and we will!
So, how do you keep your spirits up?
How do you ensure your mood and wellbeing stays untouched when it comes to deal with hubby, kids, work etc.? and… oh gosh! how do you protect yourself from all the bugs around that might just keep you in bed for couple of days when you are most needed at work or there is so much to do at home?
There is a quick fix, a miraculous solution for you here, but first the most efficient and affordable way for you here and now.
The only way is a perpetual consistency in taking care of your whole well being:
Physical – Mental – Emotional – Spiritual
We can ensure that all your “four bodies” are perfectly connected and coordinating each other. To do that, we start with VITAMINS! Yay ????!  Am I being corny?
Ok, that is not a rocket science but: are you taking them regularly and in the right combination?
Are you sure you’ve made the right choice and they are actually good for you, meaning targeting your concerns?
Vitamin supplements are mostly the perfect start to stay perpetually well and beautiful, considering you are taking them for minimum 3 months, every day; at the right time and combination.
It is not a quick fix – no! It is a slow and long process ensuring the basics of your wellbeing are covered for the perpetual sake of your beauty!
It can be used as a prevention before it gets ugly and a solution when we are one step before going to visit a doctor, but still have hope in your natural healing abilities.
I was very lucky to have a wonderful GP when I got deeply depressed. Crying for no reason, not dealing well with my daughter, doing my minimum at work and falling on my face in the evening. Sometimes having too much wine, to help me deal with my mood, was just nightmare enough. It all started very slowly, sneaking up on me like a snake until it squashed me to the point when I called my GP for antidepressants. As a nurse I have never been fond of prescription medicines knowing that they have side effects. What is the point of calming down the symptoms of one problem but getting a different one on board without solving the actual cause?
Of course, anyone can get to the point where the prescription drug is the only help but before you reach out for them, just ask yourself:  have I done everything what was in my power to improve my wellbeing? Is there anything I can do for myself that will help me deal with every day life and actually get me back on track again?
With this in mind I have asked my GP if he has any other suggestions before we meet for prescription. I remembered my mum’s (nutritionist) advice and I’ve mentioned Vitamin supplements to the doctor. I was really expecting him to tell me off. We all know that Vitamin supplements are not very famous among GP’s. Miraculously, at this point the doc had agreed to my suggestions, asked a couple more questions and since then I haven’t spoken with him again . Thank you doc ❤

The doctor has confirmed Vitamins from group B to be the one! It was more than Vitamin B for me. I have got a kick start and my daughter has got her “mumsie” back!
He has actually confirmed my intuitive thinking and passion for natural help. I have started my professional research on Vitamins. I have met great people that helped me on my way where I am now but about that, later on.
Vitamins are a group of organic compounds which are essential for normal physiological functioning but which are not synthesised endogenously by the body and therefore have to be sequestered in small quantities from the diet. In total, humans require adequate amounts of 13 vitamins: four fat soluble vitamins (A, D, E, K) and nine water soluble vitamins, which comprise vitamin C and the eight B vitamins: thiamine (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5), vitamin B6, folate (B9) and vitamin B12.
B vitamins are primarily responsible for the proper functioning of the nervous system – relieve nervous tension, improve mood and intellectual performance. However, B vitamins have a positive effect not only on mental health. Each of them also has a different role in the body. Check what are the other properties of the B group vitamins.
Thiamine (B1) supports:

*Energy production


*Glucose metabolism – if you can’t stop eating carbohydrates, you are probably B1 deficient 

*Composure feelings and clear thinking

Good dietary sources:

 *cereals (esp. whole grain), brown rice, green vegetables, potatoes, pasta, liver, pork, eggs.

Symptoms and risk factors for deficiency:

fatigue/weakness gastro-intestinal symptoms [9].
Deficiency: “Beri-beri”— Peripheral nerve damage and cardiovascular dysfunction leading to: pain, impaired sensory perception; swelling, weakness and pain in the limbs; shortness of breath, irregular heart rate, heart failure [10]
Mild deficiency: irritability, emotional disturbances, confusion, disturbed sleep, memory loss [9].
Deficiency: Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome (neurodegeneration, within the medial thalamus and cerebellum). Ataxia, abnormal motor function and eye movement, amnesia, apathy, confabulation [10] Hair loss
Alcohol abuse, obesity [9]

Riboflavin (B2) supports:

*Elimination of bacterial toxins

*Essential fatty acids metabolism/energy

*Nerve cells

*Thyroid function

Good dietary sources:

*diary products, leafy vegetables, legumes, liver, kidneys, yeast, mushrooms.

Symptoms and risk factors for deficiency:

Weakness, oral pain/tenderness, burning/itching of the eyes, dermatitis, anaemia [11] Fatigue, personality change, brain dysfunction [11] inherited riboflavin malabsorption/utilisation (10%–15% prevalence) [12] Hair loss

 Niacin (B3) supports:


*Regulation of blood sugar levels

*Serotonin levels – neurotransmitter/antidepressan

*Adrenal hormones

*Release of growth hormones (so much needed for good results of PRP treatment) 

*The epidermis, the upper-most layer of the skin, to retain moisture – leading to softer, smoother skin with less dryness and flakiness, and a reduction of fine lines. 

*Skin lightening

Good dietary sources:

*meet, fish, whole grain, cereals, legumes, mushrooms, nuts.

Symptoms and risk factors for deficiency:

Pellagra: dermatitis/photo dermatitis, alopecia, muscle weakness, twitching/burning in the extremities, altered gait, diarrhoea [13] Depression, anxiety, progressing to vertigo, memory loss, paranoia, psychotic symptoms, aggression (Pellagrous insanity) [13] Hair loss Alcohol abuse

 Pantothenic Acid (B5) supports:

*Elimination of inflammatory substances

*Production of adrenal hormones (coping during fight or flight response)

*Estrogen and Progesterone production

*Healing of the wounds – most effective with Vitamin C

Good dietary sources:

*meat, whole grain, cereals, broccoli, avocado, banana, sunflower seeds, lentils, brown rice, eggs, liver, soybeans. 

Symptoms and risk factors for deficiency:

Numbness/burning sensations in extremities, dermatitis, diarrhoea [14] Encephalopathy, behaviour change, demyelination [14] Hair loss

Pyridoxine (B6) supports:

*Optimal liver function – (your skin might have brownish spots due to liver disfunction)

*Detoxifying hormones

*Brain metabolism – increases serotonin levels – mood levels

*Detoxification from excess steroid hormones (potentially carcinogenic) like: Estrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone 

Good dietary sources:

*meat, fish, legumes, bananas, nuts, potatoes, spinach, seaweed, beans

Symptoms and risk factors for deficiency:

Anaemia Irritability, impaired alertness, depression, cognitive decline, dementia, autonomic dysfunction, convulsions [15] Alcohol abuse, age-related malabsorption, contraceptive medications [16]

Cobalamin (B12) supports:

*Liver detox from heavy metals and histamines

*Flow of neurotransmitters – elevates your mood

*Secretion of Melatonin – hormone responsible for our sleep patern and skin pigment production

*Absorption of the essential mineral iron – necessary for healthy and strong nails

*Formation of red blood cells

Good dietary sources:

*meat, fish and other animal products, seafood, tempeh, sea vegetables, blue & green algae, chlorella, seaweed, bee pollen

Symptoms and risk factors for deficiency:

*dull, unhealthy skin complexion

megaloblastic anaemia, peripheral neuropathy 3, spinal cord lesions, metabolic abnormalities [19,20] Affective disorders 4, behaviour changes, psychosis, cognitive impairment/decline, dementia (inc Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia) [19age-related malabsorption [23], vegetarians, vegans [24] Genetic polymorphisms [21]

Folate (B9) supports:


*Serotonin production – mood elevator

*Pregnancy, preventing neural tube defects

*Blood pressure level

*Development of new cells

Good dietary sources:

*Leafy vegetables, legumes, citrus fruits.

Symptoms and risk factors for deficiency:

tetrahydrofolates inc. methyltetrahydrofolate (One carbon transfer) megaloblastic anaemia, peripheral neuropathy 3, spinal cord lesions, metabolic abnormalities [19,20] Affective disorders 4, behaviour changes, psychosis, cognitive impairment/decline, dementia (inc Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia) [19] Common genetic polymorphisms (inc. MTHFR C667T) [21] Low Riboflavin and B12 [22] Hair loss

Biotin (B7) supports:*Metabolism

*Blood sugar levels


*Infrastructure of keratin – the protein building up hair, nails and skin

Good dietary sources:

*eggs – yolk , liver, pork, leafy vegetables, yeast, avocado, raspberries, whole wheat

Symptoms and risk factors for deficiency:

Seborrheic eczematous rash, tingling/burning of the extremities [17] Depression, lethargy, hallucinations, seizures [17] Type II diabetes, poor gluco-regulation [18] Hair loss




Want to “B” perpetually beautiful?

B-Complex Vitamins meaning consisting of all the B’s explained above enhance beauty by promoting healthy hair, skin and nails, by counteracting damage caused by free-radicals – molecules that break down healthy cells and contribute to ageing and disease. They are most effective with Vitamin C. 


Loads of love xox,


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References: David O. Kennedy (2016 Jan 28), “B Vitamins and the Brain: Mechanisms, Dose and Efficacy—A Review” Nutrients — Open Access Journal of Human Nutrition 8(2): 68. doi:  10.3390/nu8020068   Hormones & Balance (no date) B Vitamins for your hormones  Available at: https://www.hormonesbalance.com/articles/b-vitamins-for-your-hormones/ Accessed: 16th May 2018   My Vitamins (2016) Available at: http://www.myvitamins.com/articles/nutrition/beauty-benefits-b-vitamins/ Accesed: 16th May 2018