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Dec 2014
How to choose your next fragrance
Many of us are thinking about a new fragrance at this time of the year and finding the next great perfume for yourself can be time consuming, especially if you are looking for the fragrance for a special day. It is a very personal choice and it is also influenced by our body chemistry. If it’s...
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Oct 2014
So you want to reduce your blood cholesterol?
First of all, what is cholesterol and why is it important? Well, cholesterol is a fat in the blood that is needed for all the cells in the body so we can’t do without it but problems can start when these levels rise due to how we live, or in rare cases due to genetic factors.Cholesterol is...
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Sep 2014
What is Eczema?
Eczema is a common condition, 1 in 5 children and 1 in 12 adults are affected. It has many forms including, atopic, contact eczema (also called contact dermatitis) seborrheic eczema (also called seborrheic dermatitis) and gravitational eczema. It’s not contagious, so you can’t catch it...
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Sep 2014
What you should know about migraines
Migraines are a common problem affecting 1in 5 women and 1in 15 men. They are severe headaches felt as a throbbing pain at the front or the side of the head, sometimes accompanied by nausea, vomiting or increased sensitivity to light or sound, and there are three main types.Migraine with an aura-...
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03
Sep 2014
Why eat Organic food?
This is a common question and perhaps the best way to start to answer is to look at what organic food is. Foods that are labelled organic must meet strict EU standards and comply with inspection regulations. Briefly, not only should the farming methods operate as naturally as possible, but it should...
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Aug 2014
FODMAPs
Do you think you are sensitive to certain foods? Have you been tested for coeliac disease and the results were negative? Or have you been told you have IBS (irritable bowel disease)? Then you may need to follow a FODMAP diet to reduce those awful symptoms of pain, bloating, constipation or even...
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Aug 2014
10 ways to help beat yo-yo blood sugars
We’ve all done it, felt tired, lacking in energy and reached for a bar of chocolate or an energy drink. Feels good doesn’t it? Then within an hour all that zing has gone. Well you are probably suffering from fluctuating blood glucose. Our modern diet is often loaded with fast sugar amongst...
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