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Superfood alternatives to water

4 healthy superfood alternatives to water

When the heat is on it’s more important than ever to stay adequately hydrated. Indeed, water makes up over two-thirds of your body – it lubricates your joints and eyes, aids digestion, flushes out waste and toxins, and keeps your skin nice and healthy. Research suggests that staying sufficiently hydrated can also help to prevent a […]

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probiotics health benefits

The pros of probiotics – 3 compelling health benefits

There’s no denying that high profile celebrities, such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Halle Berry and Lindsay Lohan, have helped to make probiotics a household name in the UK, where some two million Brits now consume probiotic foods and supplements on a regular basis. Yet, it’s not only the rich and famous that are currently extolling the […]

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Fermented foods

Fermented foods and three fantastic health benefits

They might have been grabbing all the headlines of late, but fermented foods are actually nothing new – in fact, fermentation has been used as a simple method of food preservation since prehistoric times. Yet, it’s only relatively recently that the millions upon millions of ‘friendly’ bacteria that they contain have been associated with such […]

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Superfoods that treat Candida

Candida – learn to eliminate it the natural way

Despite the fact that thousands of us Brits suffer from it on a regular basis, there’s very little in the way of accurate Candida statistics in the UK. There are two compelling reasons for this – first of all, some medical professionals deny that the condition even exists and secondly, many of us prefer not […]

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causes of Candida

Don’t invite Candida into your colon – the causes of Candida

Millions of people around the world suffer from fungal infections. And thanks to our modern lifestyle and longer life expectancy, this type of infection is becomingly increasingly prevalent. One of the most common fungal infections is Candida, which is caused by a yeast known as Candida albicans. Whilst Candida yeast is naturally present in all […]

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