12 August 2013

Did you know...?

A study published in the journal Clinical Cancer Research showed that curcumin temporarily stopped advanced pancreatic growth.

Researchers from Washington University School discovered that low vitamin D levels could be the reason why people with diabetes often develop clogged arteries. 

Another study from scientists at University College London discovered a direct link between vitamin D deficiency and high blood pressure.

Serrapeptase is an enzyme that dissolves non-living tissues such as blood clots, cysts and inflammation. Its been used in Europe and Asia for more than 25 years!


A study published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health showed that children who have a junk food diet have lower IQs.

Healthy skin starts with what you eat. Eating foods that promote the healthy growth of good bacteria and reduce inflammation is a much more effective way of reducing skin flare ups.

The Journal of Investigative Dermatology suggests that supplementing with vitamin A may reduce the risk of skin cancer by up to 40%.

By 2020, it is predicted that in the UK, type 2 diabetes will affect up to 98% of the population thanks to a sedentary lifestyle and obesity.

Food is powerful. Natural wholefood helps maintain a healthy body and mind as well as slow down the ageing process. 

Skin complaints are on the increase. There are a number of reasons why but a poor diet is one.

Chocolate isn't bad for you. Its the crap that's added to it and eating far too much of it which is the problem. 

A food intolerance is not the same as a a food allergy. 

Exercise is great for stress management. Try some gardening or go for a stroll.