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More magnesium please, we’re British!

Several UK dietary surveys indicate that many of us Brits are not consuming enough magnesium – a mineral that’s required by every cell in our body and necessary for over 300 biochemical reactions. A lack of magnesium appears to effect more women than men, with some experts suggesting that as many as seven in ten […]

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Nuts – are they really more effective at promoting healthy bones than milk?

Bones perform several important functions within our bodies – they provide structure, protect our organs, anchor muscles and store calcium. Good bone health is not only crucial during childhood and adolescence, when bones are developing; it’s also essential in adulthood. In fact our bones gradually start to lose their density from our forties onwards and, […]

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