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Bikini Body

Top tips for a Bikini Body... The recent warm sunshine heralds the spring and feelings of kicking off our winter woolies and bearing our bodies to the caressing sun-rays. It will soon be bikini weather! For most of us we take a look at ourselves and realise there is too much work to be done before we bear all on the beach. Here...

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Avoiding Winter Coughs

Avoid Winter Coughs and Colds We have enjoyed a long summer this year, but now the weather has turned much more wintery, the central heating has been turned on, and we become more susceptible to coughs and colds. Here are 6 tips on how to support your immunity and avoid a winter cold. 1 Keep well hydrated with filtered water or...

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Morning Sickness

Morning Sickness. The delight of being pregnant can soon be hampered by feelings of morning sickness, which can affect 8 out of 10 women who experience nausea or vomiting. For some women they may feel nauseous in the morning and for others it can last all day, considerably affecting their ability to eat - let alone eat a healthy...

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Endometriosis; what it is and how to manage it. According to 'Endometriosis Uk' 1 in 10 women of reproductive age in the UK suffer from endometriosis and it can take roughly 7 1/2 years to get a diagnosis from onset of symptoms. As a former sufferer myself, I am familiar with the debilitating symptoms that can present.  I recall...

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Fertility, Food & Lifestyle

Fertility The body is a marvellous thing.  I wonder at its ability to take an egg and sperm and produce a baby  - a whole new life that has so much potential to make a difference in the World. The statistics on fertility highlight that getting pregnant is not so easy for some.  Apparently 1 in 7 women around the World have...

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Vitamin D

Vitamin D Vitamin D has been in the news a lot over the last few years.  Low blood levels have been associated with an increased risk of diabetes, cancer, heart disease, fertility issues, mood issues and much more. However, it is not clear if low levels are the result of other imbalances or part of the cause. Vitamin D is...

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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, causing inflammation, sneezing...

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Are you eating enough of this food to help prevent health problems? Most of us do not include enough fibre in our diets, and with the current fashion of giving up grains and lowering carbohydrate intake, some people are simply not getting enough. So why is fibre so important? Fibre has been shown to help reduce the risk of heart...

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Top Tips to Tackle PCOS

Top Tips to Tackle PCOS Polycystic Ovary Syndrome can lead to infertility and can have unpleasant symptoms like hair growth on the chin, loss of hair on the head, weight gain, acne and more. The cause is unknown, but several factors come into play to disrupt hormone balance, leading to higher levels of testosterone hence the...

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How do you know what to eat?

How do you know what to eat? So often reports come out stating a food is good for you, or worse, bad for you.  This creates confusion, and either over indulgence or abstinence. In my experience, from the study I have done, the research I have read, the specialists I have had the pleasure and honour to listen to there is a simple...

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