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  1. Simply Magnesium: Part 1

    Magnesium is the 4th most abundant mineral in the body and is vital for health and resilience. Magnesium is stored in the body mainly in the bones, muscles and other cells and is required for the many different and diverse metabolic, physiological and psychological functions. Understanding magnesium’s central role in the structure and function of cells, tissues and organs throughout the body will help you to optimise your own health. more...
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  2. Simply Magnesium Part 2: Bioavailability & Supplementation

    What if you discovered a supplement that could significantly help in the prevention of heart disease, cancer, strokes, osteoporosis and dementia? A supplement that is a key player in managing energy, depression, hormonal balance, brain health, musculoskeletal function and adrenal support? more...
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  3. Wild About Superfoods!

    You’re probably familiar with blueberries being termed a ‘superfood’. This term that is sometimes given to certain foods that are particularly rich in beneficial nutrients including vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. Blueberries were perhaps one of the first foods to be termed a ‘superfood’, as these little berries are packed with many different nutrients, in particular antioxidants, which can help support healthy cell function. Blueberry antioxidants include anthocyanins and polyphenols that are known to help maintain a healthy circulation and offer immune support. more...
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  4. Heal Your Gut – A Crucial Link for Successful IBS Management

    Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) affects around a third of the UK population as some point in their lives, with twice as many women suffering compared to men. Symptoms can included abdominal pain and discomfort, diarrhoea and constipation along with abdominal bloating, which can have a big impact on everyday life. more...
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  5. Are you craving a sweet treat? You might be stressed!

    Most people crave sweet or salty foods like biscuits, chocolates or crisps when under stress and research from America is revealing why this may be. more...
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  6. How Healthy is Your Brain?

    Modern life is very demanding for our brains. We live busy lives, multitasking throughout our working days and home life, often relying on our brains to function at full speed in tasks such as concentration, memory, verbal skills, not to mention the myriad roles the brain plays in orchestrating healthy functioning of our bodies. more...
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