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Sport: nutrients to promote muscle recovery
Whether you’re an amateur or professional sportsperson, you’ve probably wondered how you could improve your post-exercise recovery. In fact, this is an issue which has...
Citrus polyphenols and their benefits for cardiovascular...
Popular for their sharp, fruity flavour, citrus fruits also offer a number of health benefits, primarily due to their high concentration of polyphenols, or more...
Carrots are good for eyesight - but...
Though it is well-established that red and orange fruits and vegetables such as carrots, sweet potatoes and tomatoes reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration...
Lack of vitamin E associated with numerous...
Though often overlooked, vitamin E actually plays an essential role in the body; indeed, a lack of vitamin E may be responsible for the development...
Cabbage: a mine of health benefits
Green cabbage, red cabbage, white cabbage, curly kale, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts … cabbages come in a multitude of varieties, but for some reason, we often...
Oral health: the protective effects of an...
Have you heard of Triphala, the famous Ayurvedic formulation? Used for thousands of years for its detoxifying benefits, this combination of natural extracts has also...
Is everyone lacking in vitamin B12? Why...
Are you often tired? Do you feel irritable and lacking in energy, even though you eat a balanced diet? It’s highly possible that you’re part...
Eating mushrooms cuts the risk of mild...
This is the claim made by a recent study (1) conducted in Singapore: eating in excess of 300 grams of cooked mushrooms a week could...
The liver: the benefits of berberine for...
How much do you know about non-alcoholic hepatic steatosis? Are you aware, for example, that it is considered one of the most common liver diseases...
SAMe, good for depression, arthritis and liver...
In a review of published studies on S-adenosyl methionine (SAMe), the American Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) concluded that SAMe was effective at...
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