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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...

  Apparently it is Buddha's birthday this month.  Buddha has inspired a spiritual way of living, embracing qualities of awareness, kindness, and wisdom. I applaud this way of life, but my focus today is on Buddha Bowls! Buddha bowls have been popular for the last couple of years...

Hay fever, otherwise called seasonal allergic rhinitis, is an allergic reaction to pollen. The pollens include trees, grass, and weeds.  For some mould spores can also trigger hay fever symptoms. Histamine is released into the bloodstream by the immune system when one of these allergens is detected,...

April is National Pet month, so Molly and Luna have told me. This is its 27th year of celebrating all pets and the pleasure and joy they bring to our lives. This year is focussed on the top 10 tips for responsible pet ownership. Here are my personal...

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 would all love a flawless complexion.  A radiant glow is not only attractive and a sign of beauty, but also it is an indication of our health.  I believe it is something we can all achieve if we look at what we put in...

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?