Living Nature: Looking After Sensitive Skin

How to Look After Sensitive Skin Sensitive skin is thought to affect millions of people worldwide. A recent report by the American Academy of Dermatology indicated at least 50% of the US population experience some kind of skin sensitivity, with increasing concern over this situation. Here in the UK, incidences of skin sensitivity are also […]

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Heart Health: How healthy is your lifestyle?

Heart Health This month we turn our attention to heart health. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) still remains the biggest killer, accounting for 155,000 deaths per year, costing the National Health Service 8 billion pounds (1). The most common types are Coronary Heart Disease (narrowing or blockage of the coronary arteries) and Stroke (rapid loss of brain […]

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Disrupted sleep – could it be making you fat?

New study: Disrupted sleep can increase ‘hunger hormones’ Disrupted sleep can increase ‘hunger hormones’ leading to unwanted weight gain, a new study suggests (1). The review, published recently in the Journal of Psychology, examines the various ways in which disrupted sleep and the associated problems cause increased food intake. Disrupted Sleep and ‘Hunger Hormones’ Our […]

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Wiley’s Finest: Super Fats!

EPA/DHA Counts! Not all fats are the same, and it pays to know the difference. After decades of demonising fats in the diet, the latest headlines report “fat is good for you!” But the devil is the detail and it matters which type of fat you choose to consume. There are good, bad and ugly […]

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Doctor’s Best: CoQ10

What is Coenzyme Q10? Coenzyme Q10 is a vitamin-like, fat soluble nutrient central to energy production at the cellular level, essential for generating metabolic energy in the form of ATP. What is ATP? ATP is the energy currency of every cell in the human body, it is necessary for not only exercise but for life. […]

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