October 10, 2017
When thinking about eating the right food you often forget that what you store your food in is just as important. Plastics leach phthalates into your food and these days’ plastics are wrapped around your food and soft plastics are used to store nearly all of our food.
September 15, 2017In an article published on the 12th of July 2011, Dr McCartney mislead the public saying drinking 6-8 glasses of water a day is ‘“thoroughly debunked nonsense”. She believes the water companies are out to make money, although she is wrong, she does raise a good point that too much water can cause hyponatremia.
July 26, 2017
Diet is one of the most important contributions to your health. It is up to us to eat to keep ourselves healthy. Nutritional deficiencies are linked to many of today’s chronic degenerative diseases such as heart disease and even cancer.
September 21, 2016Aspartame has been popular since its invention 30 years ago, but is it all it's made out to be? Aspartame is a sweetener that provides the sweet taste without the calories, it became a popular choice because of its use in the weight loss industry, but the irony is that because of its toxic effects it can actually make you fat.
July 20, 2016
Do you have pain in the abdomen, have low energy and feeling sluggish? It could be your gallbladder. Your gallbladder is a membranous muscular sac where bile is stored from the liver. This sac lies directly under your liver, the common bile duct, transports bile from the gallbladder and the liver to the small intestines...
July 07, 2016Sugar is a chemical combination of Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen; it is a large group of carbohydrates that are soluble in water, and sweet to the taste. Depending on how the Carbon, Hydrogen and Oxygen are combined or uncombined, we get sucrose (cane or beet sugar), glucose or dextrose (grape sugar), maltose (malt sugar), fructose, levulose (honey or fruit sugar), lactose (milk sugar), etc...
January 09, 2016
Aluminium sulphate is used as an additive in public water to clarify the water, when combined with fluoride it becomes very toxic and causes brain cell death.
Foods have a natural amount of aluminium in them. Foods that are mostly acidic such as, tomatoes, cranberries, rhubarb, apricots, cabbage and apples...
December 03, 2015Getting the right amount of fibre in your diet is paramount to your health; fibre has many health benefits but one really important one is the health of your bowels and how they function. Correct bowel function allows you to absorb the nutrients you need to retain good health; it also helps prevent bowel diseases such as IBS, diverticulitis, and bowel cancer.
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