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16
Sep
2014
Is Bottled Water Bad For Us?

Whatever happened to the traditional glass of tap water? Over the last few decades, water has gone from being a (relatively) inexpensive natural resource to one of the most lucrative commercial products on the planet. Have we become poorer for it?

Water is an undeniably big business, bringing in billions of pounds every year. Every day thousands of bottles of commercially produced water are purchased in the UK. Is there a valid reason for buying our water in this way, or have we been duped by corporate executives? And most importantly, is bottled water slowly making us ill?

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02
Sep
2014
Try A Plant-Based Diet - It Will Change Your Life

I know many meat-eating enthusiasts would find it nigh on impossible to convert to a plant-based diet, but what’s the harm in giving it a trial run for 2-3 months? After all, if you’re after optimal energy, disease prevention or weight loss, a plant-based food plan will likely boost your chances. Many of our chronic ailments and so-called incurable diseases can be avoided by simple diet and lifestyle changes.

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19
Aug
2014
Elderly More Alert In The Morning, Study Finds

Common belief from around the world has it that we are more focused in the morning. A new study, though small, has confirmed this with their findings. In theory, this can only be true if we’ve had an early night and slept without major disturbances. You’re hardly going to be alert and focused after a hectic night out in town.

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25
Jul
2014
Rosemary & Oregano Have Diabetes-Fighting Compounds, Reveals New Study

It’s been well documented that most herbs are good for us. Many natural ones have been used for thousands of years to heal serious skin ailments, curb people’s alcohol intake and even kill life threatening cancer cells. As a result, most people like to keep their fair share of herbs stashed away in the medicine cabinet. It’s got to a point where scientists are finally beginning to validate these plants’ powers to relieve arthritis pain, reduce high blood sugar levels and cholesterol. The latest study from the Journal of Agriculture and Food Chemistry has found that oregano and rosemary have diabetes-fighting compounds. That’s amazing news for your blood sugar levels. Here are the findings:

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