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Can Vitamin D save your Life?

Yes, we believe vitamin D can save your life. Vitamin D is a true superstar which affects so much more than bones and teeth. The brain, immune system, hormones, cancer prevention and gene expression all rely to some extent on Vitamin D. In fact Vitamin D has been called “one...
nightshades

Avoid nightshades before surgery

AVOID NIGHTSHADES BEFORE SURGERY Are you one of those people who seems to struggle for days to recover from anaesthesia? If so, you may find avoiding the nightshades will help you recover faster.  Research suggests that nightshade vegetables (tomatoes, aubergine, bell peppers and potatoes) can delay recovery from anaesthesia.  Who...
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CAN YOUR LIVER AFFECT YOUR THYROID?

Absolutely! Firstly, remember the inactive T4 hormone made by the thyroid needs to be converted by the liver. It is converted into the active form – T3. So if your liver is not in good nick, you may find your thyroid is somewhat sluggish. Improving liver & gut health is...
Various Collagen Products

Better than botox

Collagen declines with age, and for this reason research into collagen has exploded in the past few years.  I decided a some years ago to womble around and look at what’s available in the collagen line, and sadly I was flabbergasted at the additives and all I saw in the...
Zinc

Rather unusual signs of vitamin D deficiency

There are so many symptoms of possible vitamin D deficiency, but I want to give you a few unusual ones you might not know about. Would you ever imagine any of these could be as a possible result of too little vitamin D3? high blood sugar frequent skin rashes erectile...
Hypothyroid

Ways To Improve Liver & Thyroid Function

Here is how to Improve Liver & Thyroid Function … Eat a clean, whole-food diet – no junk Support your liver with Milk Thistle Premium – 1-3 a day. Maintain steady blood sugar levels Use selenium to help conversion of T4 to T3 Use RENEWED BALANCE Progesterone Cream to balance...
worry

Can Excessive Worry Change Your Brain?

It can, according to a recent study. There’s a pandemic on. Your job may be in jeopardy and life’s uncertain – we get that – but if it’s true that worry actively HARMS the brain, is it worth it? Recent research shows that worry actually changes the structures in your...
SUGAR

Consuming Sugar Unwittingly

Are you eating loads of sugar without knowing it? If you are not buying everything fresh and cooking from scratch, it’s likely. Look at a few ways you might be sugar-coating yourself unawares. First off, over 80% of goods you buy – probably closer to 90% – have added sugar...
How Glutamine Helps Weight Loss

How Glutamine Helps Weight Loss

How Glutamine Helps Weight Loss and why it’s ALSO important for overall health As the most abundant amino acid in the body it is an energy substrate for most cells, but especially the intestinal epithelial cells and immune cells. Because it balances blood sugar, removes cravings and burns fat while...
Rosacea

Do you suffer from Rosacea?

Rosacea is a really nasty skin disorder affecting the curves and features of the centre of the face. It is often called acne rosacea. It’s generally characterised by one or more of the following: • Light to heavy facial flushing (erythema) which can be transient or permanent • Papules and...
Sunflower oil

Sunflower Oil – Healthy or Unhealthy?

I have written about Sunflower oil many times so here’s one more time. You won’t escape Sunflower oil if you live in the western world. It’s cheap, freely available and found in every restaurant (and sadly a lot of homes) but is it healthy? Well it’s almost all omega-6 polyunsaturated...
We Have No Unnecessary Body Parts

We Have No Unnecessary Body Parts

We Have No Unnecessary Body Parts. You probably know that there is a commonly held belief that there are ‘bits’ in our bodies we don’t need. Like our tonsils and adenoids, spleen, appendix, gallbladder, womb and ovaries after menopause. Nothing could be further from the truth. We Have No Unnecessary...