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I’m an introvert, and proud

I’m an introvert, and proud

There are many things I’ve learnt about myself since I stopped drinking.  The most important and most obvious thing is that I was able to do it; this was something I never thought would be possible.  But that aside, there are other realisations that I have...

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Natural Alzheimer’s Prevention Steps

Natural Alzheimer’s Prevention Steps

Alzheimer's disease has featured heavily in the news this week, and so I thought I'd write about some natural prevention protocols. A study a while back showed that high doses of B vitamins greatly reduced brain shrinkage and memory loss in those at risk of...

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Mini Qi Gong Routine

Mini Qi Gong Routine

I am currently loving this mini Qi Gong (pronounced 'chee-gung') routine. I decided to try Qi Gong, which is a bit like Tai Chi, a couple of weeks ago after hearing how it improved energy levels. Poor energy is something that we have probably all suffered from at some...

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Should you be eating ‘free from’?

Should you be eating ‘free from’?

Inthe news today, sales of supermarket ‘free from’ foods are increasing, but the people buying them aren’t necessarily suffering with food allergies. This comes as no surprise, as we see the ‘free from’ section in the supermarket aisle getting more and more prominent....

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Denmark’s ‘Fat Tax’

Denmark’s ‘Fat Tax’

In the news this week, we have heard that Denmark is the first country to introduce a fax on foods containing more than 2.3% saturated fat.  This includes things like butter, oil, cheese and some meats. The aim of the tax is to change the behaviour of the Danish...

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