How Much Water Should I Drink, and Why?

How Much Water Should I Drink, and Why?

Water is often overlooked when it comes to nutrition, either because people assume keeping hydrated is a given, or because water doesn’t contain any nutrients per se. Yet water is one of the most important part of your diet, and ...

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Health Effects of Fluoride

Health Effects of Fluoride

Fluoride is found in incredibly small quantities in our diet, but is also added to toothpaste, and in some countries such as the USA and Australia it is commonly added to the water supply. Currently in the UK a number ...

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How to Improve your Circulation

How to Improve your Circulation

Poor circulation is a growing problem in modern society, especially for those who have a desk job and are not very active. The effects of poor circulation are most noticeable on the extremities of the body such as hands and ...

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Does Garcinia Cambogia Work?

Does Garcinia Cambogia Work?

Garcinia cambogia is a small tropical fruit which has recently become very popular after being recommended by Dr Oz as a supplement which can help you lose weight. Garcinia cambogia contains a chemical called hydroxycitric acid, and it is this ...

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Nootropics – What are they, and do they work?

Nootropics – What are they, and do they work?

The term ‘nootropic’ refers to anything consumable which enhances brain function, weather it be intelligence, memory or alertness. This is quite a broad definition, and can cover anything from special foods, to pharmaceuticals. This section of the health industry is ...

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Manuka vs Raw Honey

Manuka vs Raw Honey

Honey, particularly manuka honey and raw honey is often praised for its health benefits. This had lead to many people using honey as a sugar alternative on foods, in drinks and as a natural treatment for wounds. This article will ...

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Is Fruit Juice Healthy?

Is Fruit Juice Healthy?

A common assumption by the public is that fruit juices are healthy because they are derived from fruits. This idea is further enforced by fruit juice manufacturers with statements like ‘each glass is the equivalent of  ‘X’ fruits’, which implies ...

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