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Detoxing for weight loss

This article has been brought to us by Nature’s Plus, written by Lisa James When you think about the effect environmental toxins can have on health, weight gain may not be the first thing that comes to mind. But the

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Gut health and the immune system

We can never ever know enough about how tummy health impacts our overall health, and this article by the health experts at Terra Nova explains how your gut health and immune system work together towards a better-feeling you! Did you

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Magnesium, are you getting enough?

This article on the importance of magnesium is written by Marta Anhelush of Biocare. If there’s one nutrient we should all consider supplementing, it’s magnesium. Magnesium is one of the most important elements in our body, being involved in over

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Sleep and Exam Stress!

Sleep! It’s so important for our health yet so many of us fail to get enough or at least enough quality sleep, which is what matters. Lack of sleep can have a huge impact on many areas of our health,

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Detoxing for weight loss

This article has been brought to us by Nature’s Plus, written by Lisa James When you think about the effect environmental toxins can have on health, weight gain may not be the first thing that comes to mind. But the link is very real. That’s because the toxins we all carry, which are stored in body fat, disrupt normal metabolism—which in turn makes fat loss that much harder. Fortunately, there is a way to break

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Is vitamin D the secret to staying injury free?

As the UK continues to embrace daily exercise, natural health experts share another key reason to supplement vitamin D. Article powered by BetterYou. Over 60 per cent of the adult population is now considered ‘active’, an increase of 1.5 per cent year-on-year, with people admitting to undertaking at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity physical activity every week, according to Sport England. Despite this time of great uncertainly, people are finding fun and creative ways

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Gut health and the immune system

We can never ever know enough about how tummy health impacts our overall health, and this article by the health experts at Terra Nova explains how your gut health and immune system work together towards a better-feeling you! Did you know that over 70% of the body’s immune cells are found in the gastrointestinal tract? Yes… read that again! The gut is home to as many as 40 trillion cells and hundreds of species of tiny

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Magnesium, are you getting enough?

This article on the importance of magnesium is written by Marta Anhelush of Biocare. If there’s one nutrient we should all consider supplementing, it’s magnesium. Magnesium is one of the most important elements in our body, being involved in over 300 enzymatic reactions.[i] Up to 60% of it is stored in our skeleton. Therefore, just like calcium, it is important for healthy bones and prevention of conditions such as osteoporosis. Its functions stretch far beyond musculoskeletal

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Sleep and Exam Stress!

Sleep! It’s so important for our health yet so many of us fail to get enough or at least enough quality sleep, which is what matters. Lack of sleep can have a huge impact on many areas of our health, and in particular stress! Talking about stress, this month sees the beginning of the exam period for many students. Feeling nervous before an exam is completely normal but for some it’s a time of severe

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Support your digestion over the festive season!

The festive season brings a wonderful array of food and drink to enjoy but it’s a time of year when it’s easy to overindulge! All the overeating, especially of rich food, and drinking more alcohol puts a strain on the digestive system and people commonly suffer heartburn, indigestion (including bloating, gas or nausea), constipation or diarrhoea, as a result. This year be prepared and find out how to support your digestion, so you can enjoy

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