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  1. Festive Chocolate Treats

    Looking forward to a Christmas chocolate selection pack this year? Well you won’t be alone as two fifths of Britons admit to eating chocolate at three meals a day! But what if there’s a chocolate treat that we can enjoy and might even impart some health benefits if eaten in moderation?

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  2. Totally Turmeric – The Many Health Benefits of Curcumin The Wonder Spice

    For anyone who has been a user of food supplements, for even a brief period of time, turmeric/curcumin is one supplement you are likely to be familiar with.

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  3. Do Alkaline Diets Really Work?

    Do alkaline diets really work? Lets start by looking at the science....

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  4. So Why Is Krill Oil So Special?

    Want Healthy Looking Skin? Krill Oil Can Help!

    Krill oil is the number 1 choice in the UK for omega 3 essential fatty acid (EFA) supplementation and there’s good reason: The omega 3 EFAs in krill oil are in phospholipid form and are proven to have 47% greater bioavailability compared to triglyceride forms of omega 3 EFAs. Now that’s value for money!

    So why is Krill Oil so special?

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  5. Research shows that different antioxidants work at different speeds; so what antioxidants slow down ageing the quickest?

    Research shows that different antioxidants work at different speeds; so what antioxidants slow down ageing the quickest? more...
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  6. 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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