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diet Tag

High cholesterol levels are often related to high fat in the diet, but this isn’t the full story. A poor diet is generally the number 1 cause of high cholesterol, impacted further by inactivity, an imbalance in blood sugar, stress levels plus a few other factors. Cholesterol...

When we hear about bacteria we often think; infection. In reality our gut bacteria can influence our health and therefore a more positive & supportive approach towards bacteria can be beneficial Our gut contains billions of bacteria and also other microbes, which together are called our...

We all know that good nutrition is important for health, but so many people eat foods that do not support their wellbeing at all. There is plenty of science to show that the food we eat can support the function of every cell of our bodies from vitamins and minerals that support metabolic functions, to antioxidants that help fight potential damage from free radicals (the by products of metabolic functions, but also from external toxins), to fibre rich food to aid elimination of waste, to support our gut bacteria and help balance blood sugar levels. The foods we eat can reduce the risk of contracting conditions like heart disease, type II diabetes, cancer, and help bring us back to health. It can provide us with energy, a clear mind, and healthy weight. So what is stopping us?
We would all like to enjoy good health, feeling energised, supple, clear headed and looking our best so that we can fully enjoy and live our lives to the full. When we are young and fit, we often take our health for granted. For those who suffer ill health or have suffered ill health, you know only too well how it impacts your life. Actions you took for granted like nipping upstairs to fetch your shoes suddenly become a major event. The act of putting on one’s shoes and tying the laces can also be a challenge.