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2 CommentsThursday, 26 January 2017  |  Admin
Make 2017 the Year of Good Health

There are many things you can do to fend off disease, and to give yourselves the best possible chance of recovery and survival if you do fall prey to anything serious. These measures have been well documented, but because they are so vital, we want to give you a reminder of the five main areas where you can make a huge difference to your chances of staying healthy.

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Tuesday, 13 December 2016  |  Admin
Alzheimer's Disease and the Connection to Visceral Fat

Various reports have been doing the rounds claiming that the presence of too much internal fat, the sort that is wrapped around our abdominal organs such as heart, liver and pancreas, may have a bearing on the onset of Alzheimer’s disease. From the results of extensive studies, medical science has now confirmed that middle-age spread, not to mention the dreaded beer-belly, does indeed have links to dementia.

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1 CommentMonday, 14 November 2016  |  Admin
Angela Rippon Reveals Shock Discovery in BBC Documentary: How to Stay Young

Early in the spring of 2016, highly-respected broadcaster, Angela Rippon OBE, caused something of a stir. The effect of the revelation, made during the screening of her co-presented documentary programme on the science of staying young, sent ripples of surprise not just among the disciples of health and nutrition, but throughout the television-viewing public in general.

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3 CommentsThursday, 20 October 2016  |  Admin
What is Inulin? The Ultimate FAQ Guide to Inulin

We get so many questions relating to inulin, we decided to create the ultimate FAQ guide as a resource for all our customers, as well as the World Wide Web.

So if your question is HOW, WHAT, WHEN, WHY, WHERE, WHICH related, we would like to think we have it covered.......

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1 CommentThursday, 29 September 2016  |  Admin
Visceral Fat and Type 2 Diabetes: What’s the Connection?

Type 2 diabetes carries the label ‘lifestyle disease’, and one of the epidemics of our hectic way of life is stress.

Did you realise that as you strive to be all things to all people, that your stress hormones are busy packing away dangerous levels of fat around your internal organs? One in particular plays a major role in the process......

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