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Sunday, 17 September 2017  |  Editor
Great new Omega product for kids

Eskimo Bright Kids Jelly Splats is Nutri's exciting new omega-3 fish oil designed specifically for kids. Each jelly tab, or ‘splat’ tastes great, is easy to take and provides 250mg of DHA which supports healthy brain function.

Nutri know that it can be difficult to get our kids to eat enough fish which is why we designed a fuss-free alternative (they should do, they already have the famous Eskimo Kids amongst their premier products). In tests, 80% of kids were still voluntarily taking jelly splats daily after 15 weeks! And as well as being made of 100% pure fish oil, our jelly splats are naturally flavoured with no artificial flavourings or sweeteners, and are sugar-free too.

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Sunday, 17 September 2017  |  Editor
Why we need magnesium

Magnesium is a mineral essential to almost all cells, and is used for over 300 chemical reactions in the body. Most magnesium is stored in the bones and organs, with one of its primary functions being to keep muscles and nerves healthy. It is naturally available in many types of food, yet despite this, magnesium deficiency is extremely common.

In the full article: Why do we need magnesium, natural sources of magnesium, about magnesium deficiency, what if you have too much magnesium, magnesium supplements

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Monday, 11 September 2017  |  Editor
B Vitamins Reverse DNA Damage From Air Pollution

Air pollution is becoming recognised as one of the world’s biggest health challenges, responsible for heart disease and other chronic problems.

High doses of the vitamin could “completely offset” the damage to our DNA caused by pollution from cars — and especially diesel cars, wood-burning stoves and industrial processes, say scientists.

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Wednesday, 6 September 2017  |  Editor
Women left in pain from undiagnosed endometriosis

Endometriosis is a painful disorder in which tissue that normally lines the uterus grows outside of it. 

Tens of thousands of women are being left in pain for years because doctors fail to spot a common condition, the NHS treatments watchdog has warned. There may also be other help available in the use of Colladeen.

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Monday, 21 August 2017  |  Editor
Athletesí gut bacteria significantly enhances their performance: and it could do the same for you.

What is the secret of Usain Bolt’s success? Some would point to his genes, and he would no doubt say that hard work paid off — but according to scientists, the bacteria in his stomach may also have enhanced his performance. Taking a good quality probiotic is well know to help your body maintain health gut balance with the friendly probiotic bacteria keeping the bad bacteria in check. But there are many more benefits than you might think.

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Thursday, 17 August 2017  |  Editor
Great new children supplement from BioCare - Red Berry Melts

A unique all-in-one formula that children will love to take every day! It contains 3 billion multi-strain live bacteria powder, along with 300iu of vitamin D which contributes to the normal function of the immune system in children and is suitable for daily use, all year round. 

The individual stick sachets contain well-studied live bacteria strains Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG and Bifidobacterium lactis, specifically selected for their clinical evidence and stability and are guaranteed 3 billion potency per sachet until the end of shelf life - with no need for refrigeration. 

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Monday, 7 August 2017  |  Editor
Our Toxic World. Do I need to detox?

We are in constant contact with harmful organisms and pollutants. They are in our water, in our food, and in the air we breathe and itís very difficult to get away from them. Over the past few decades the toxin levels have gradually increased with the employment of pesticides and insecticides in agriculture, our changing lifestyles that include excessive smoking and drinking and air pollution from power plants, cars and landfills. Fortunately, there are ways to counteract some toxins, through healthy detoxification. Everyone can benefit from detoxification from when you are feeling below par to if you suffer from complex chronic diseases.

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Friday, 4 August 2017  |  Editor
The 5 Best Vitamins for Energy & Tiredness

Despite the best marketing efforts of a huge drinks company, energy is not something you can buy in a can. Energy is actually something that your body makes. You supply the raw ingredients (aka food) and your body quickly gets to work on the complicated process of making energy. Since your body needs energy for lots of everyday functions, not just to move, but to digest food, even to think and much more, itís crucial that this process is well supported and thatís where a bit of know-how comes in handy.

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Tuesday, 18 July 2017  |  Editor
A nutritional approach to menopause

​Menopause for a woman is a time she is transitioning into a new phase of her life. This is a time for liberation, change and celebration. However for many it can be a difficult transition that can be painfully drawn out due to a number of lifestyle and emotional factors. Nutritionally speaking, we can support that woman into the next phase of her life by supplying her with the nutrients her body needs to successfully make that transition.

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Thursday, 6 July 2017  |  Editor
How to relieve tires, heavy legs and help varicose veins

Swollen feet and ankles are an issue for many, and this embarrassing problem all comes down to our circulation, especially in hot, sunny weather.

Poor circulation can give rise to a number of problems with swollen ankles and feet being one common issue, but varicose veins can be troublesome too. Both health concerns have one thing in common: VEIN FUNCTION.

We need healthy, robust veins in order for them to do their job properly and push our blood, against the forces of gravity, back up through our legs towards our heart. However, along with age, our poor veins often have a number of other factors to contend with, including sedentary lifestyles or jobs, warm weather, us being overweight or pregnant, as well as hereditary factors. What chance do they have?

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