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10 Tips to Stay Healthy This Winter

While the flu season is underway it’s important to take action while it’s still early, to avoid unnecessary colds & flus. Falling sick, very commonly means taking antibiotics, what is often unnecessary as most cold & flus are caused by viruses and not bacteria. When used recklessly they can lead […]

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It’s Not Food Causing Your Heartburn – 5 Ways to Address Acid Reflux Naturally

It is very common to think that heartburn is caused by excessive acids going out from your stomach and into your oesophagus, causing this burning feeling, often accompanied by pain and irritation. You may be very surprised to learn that in the majority of cases reflux is caused by low […]

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Are Low Fat Diets Making You Fat?

The Diet Industry Myth The Sugar Conspiracy In the last three decades, dietary guidelines have instructed us to eat “low-fat” diets. Media and the diet industry have been continuously associating “low-fat” products to lower body fat. We have been told that in order to improve our health and especially heart […]

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Constantly Stressed & Exhausted? Take the Quiz to find out if you are suffering from Adrenal Fatigue

Fatigue has become the epidemic of the 21st century. In my clinic I encounter tiredness and exhaustion almost on a daily basis.  Some patients don’t wake up feeling refreshed and need cups of coffee to get going. Others get afternoon dips and crave sugar to keep going. Others can’t understand […]

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How to Live Longer

Our life lengths are dictated by telomeres, which are tiny sequences at the end of each of our chromosomes, ie our DNA molecules. Each time our cells divide, each telomere slightly decreases in length. When the telomere gets used up, DNA can no longer replicate and the cell dies. That […]

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10 easy dietary steps to help your IBS

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), is one of the most common, functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGID) affecting 10-20% of the adult population worldwide, yet most challenging when it comes to treatment. The condition is most commonly found amongst Western populations, particularly affecting females and younger age groups. While orthodox medicine claims no […]

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Which Is The Highest Antioxidant-Containing Vegetable?

Over 650 scientific publications suggest Broccoli Sprouts to have the highest antioxidant effect in human cells based on a number of protective compounds. They contain 10 to 100 times more enzymes than fruits and vegetables when eaten within the first seven days of being sprouted. Broccoli sprouts come from sprouting broccoli […]

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Top 10 Anti-Ageing Foods

There are many variables involved in how long you live, but by following a healthy lifestyle, staying active and eating a nutrient-packed diet, you can help slow the ageing process and perhaps even stave off age-related diseases, including osteoporosis, diabetes and heart disease. Start right now by avoiding foods that […]

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10 Steps to Better Sleep: Combat Insomnia Naturally

Insomnia refers to difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep, or waking up early in the morning feeling unrefreshed. During sleep, our body regenerates and repairs all of our body cells. Poor sleep patterns are linked to poor health; quality of sleep matters as much as quality for optimal health, vitality […]

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Do you need to detox after Christmas?

Do you need to improve your health habits after the many festive indulgences? Here’s a tip! Detoxification is a biochemical process that occurs within every cell in our body and in multiple organs on a continual basis, not just during the quick-fix diets or by removing specific food groups. It […]

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