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6 Surprising Reasons Why Fibre Is Vital In Your Daily Diet

Nutrition

Jess: Two thousand years ago, Hippocrates already knew that “all disease begins in the gut”. Ahead of its time, this age-old knowledge rings true in many cases to this very day. Digestion and food absorption is one of the most critical functions of our body; yet, we don’t think much of our digestive system when Read More…

Avocado Facts; Can I Eat Too Many & Will They Make Me Fat?

Nutrition

There are many foods that exist which cause genuine confusion amongst the health conscious. Especially when transitioning from an unhealthy diet to a healthy diet, when trying to lose fat, control blood sugar and support cardiovascular health. A food I often get many questions and concerns about is avocados. How many can I have in Read More…

4 Biggest & Most Common Breakfast Mistakes You Really Need to Avoid

Nutrition

Lynda: In my opinion tucking into a highly nutritious breakfast with awareness is crucial for premium health. Through many years of personal and patient experimentation I believe that what and how we choose to ‘break our fast’ can either set us up for a day doused with food cravings, lack of focus, low mood and Read More…

Donal O’Neill: Cereal Killers Movie

180 TV

The video above is 01:24 long. Use your time wisely 😉 ‘In my research I noticed that International tobacco company Philip Morris, in the early nineties, when the heat came on they started to buy up food companies. They are a brilliantly sinister company. They identified that sugar is very much the same as nicotine; Read More…

Exercise proven to help IBS syndrome

News

// If your body is having a hard time getting things moving, so to speak, it may be time for you to get moving. A new study suggests that regular physical activity may alleviate irritable bowel syndrome or IBS. Irritable bowel syndrome, which is characterized by intermittent constipation and/or diarrhea, affects as many as 20 percent Read More…

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