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Mediterranean Diet and Heart Health 2

Facing the dilemma of “To eat or not to eat” before a work out?


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Probiotic is a Greek compound word that literally means “good for life”. So how does a healthy gut exactly impact on other areas of health?


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Ever wanted to know the secret to looking and feeling vibrant, full of energy? You are what you eat, think and feel. We are a sum of our habits.


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Our top 5 blog posts of all time: 1. What your skin, hair and nails can tell you about your health. 2.Crying baby ? Treat colic in your newborn 3.Miracle magnesium – why so important? 4.Women’s health – PMS to menopause 5.Understanding chronic inflammation


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Today we provide a basic explanation of how the human gut operates, and also look at how probiotics work and what some of the different strains do. Bacteria and other micro organisms are a necessity to life. In the human body, bacteria out number our cells by 10 to 1.


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In this article we will take a look at the metabolism of sugar in the body and how a high sugar diet increases our risk of chronic inflammation. We will also uncover simple, effective ways that you can beat your cravings and cut down on sugar


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In this article we will take a look at the metabolism of sugar in the body and how a high sugar diet increases our risk of chronic inflammation. We will also uncover simple, effective ways that you can beat your cravings and cut down on sugar


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Being curious about the world around us has been shown to have a number of benefits to our physical and mental health, our local communities and our global world. One that we found particularly interesting is that it reduces the risk of memory loss and dementia in old age. As we’ve already discussed, striving for meaning and purpose is an important and integral part of our health and has measurable benefits to our body’s biochemistry. Psychologist and author Brene Brown pulls these ideas together as follows:


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Our outside “shell” – including our skin, hair and nails, are all part of what we call the integumentary system. This crucial barrier protects us from all kinds of things in the outside world including pathogens, pollution, other poisonous substances and some forms of radiation.


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Magnesium is abundant in nature, and in turn (assuming a healthy, green-filled diet), hopefully abundant in your body. It is an essential driver of the body’s energy systems. Humans cannot tense a muscle or focus a thought without enough magnesium.


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