Conquer Hay Fever Naturally


The last couple of months have been difficult for seasonal hay fever sufferers and with summer in full swing the hay fever triggers won’t be easing up any time soon.

Histamine is the inflammatory chemical that is responsible for the symptoms of hay fever and it gets released from the mast cells of . . . → Read More: Conquer Hay Fever Naturally

Does Gluten Affect The Brain?


Do you feel foggy, irritable, worried and overwhelmed?

Nutritional Therapists have long known that gluten is poison for the body and the brain, but now scientists and researchers are finally catching on too.

It all begins in the gut (where most disease begins) because we know that the gut and the brain . . . → Read More: Does Gluten Affect The Brain?

Tips for Liver Support

• For liver support, start each day with a cup of warm water with lemon juice (fresh). The citric acid in lemon juice encourages the liver to produce bile, which is one way that the body excretes toxins.

• Cruciferous vegetables induce different liver enzyme pathways to clear toxins from the body. Aim to . . . → Read More: Tips for Liver Support

Benefits of Coconut Oil

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5 Foods To Lower Blood Pressure

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Alcohol Halts Weight Loss


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How to Be Health Savvy When Buying Packaged Foods


Know the difference between natural sweeteners and artificial sweeteners

– Stevia and sugar alcohols (Xylitol, Malitol, Sorbitol) are considered natural ingredients because they are derived from plants. They contain small amounts carbohydrates, but not as much as refined sugar. They are recommended in small amounts. Overuse may cause loose stools. . . . → Read More: How to Be Health Savvy When Buying Packaged Foods

Is Leptin the Key to Weight Loss?

“Insulin” and “insulin resistance” have been the weight loss buzz words for some time now and rightfully so. Insulin is a hormone that dictates fat storage and has a host of other important functions in the body. However, leptin, a close relative to insulin, is the new “weight loss” hormone on the scene.

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6 Tips for a Better Night’s Sleep

A good night’s sleep is one of the most important keys to good health. Insomnia has been linked to increased weight gain, poor memory, depression, low productivity and low immunity. While everyone needs a different amount of sleep to function at their best, it seems that eight hours of sleep is . . . → Read More: 6 Tips to Beat Insomnia

Blood Sugar Balance: The Insulin Connection

Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas to transport glucose from the bloodstream to cells, where it is used to produce energy. It is also known as the fat-storing hormone. Insulin responds directly to what you eat. One of its main roles is to maintain blood glucose levels within a fairly narrow range: . . . → Read More: Blood Sugar Balance: The Insulin Connection

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