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Blood Pressure - What is it?

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7 Reasons to Reduce Sugar

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Omega CoQ10 The spark of life

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Colostrum Immune Boosting Super Food

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Tips For Keto

Get the best results from your Keto programme. 1. Add More Salt To Your Diet With people consuming more sodium than ever in a diet rich in processed food, you’re probably not used to hearing the call to eat more salt. One of the biggest health and nutrition ‘myths’ is that you should avoid salt. If you’re fit, healthy, and following a keto diet you’ll lose water and sodium in the first few weeks. Many people have a negative stigma when it comes to how much sodium you should be consuming daily. We have been taught that our sodium intake should be very low, but this is typically only the case on high carbohydrate, processed diets. This is because higher-carb diets mean naturally higher levels of insulin. When insulin levels are high, your kidneys begin to retain sodium. When you lose sodium on a keto diet, the salt depletion causes a parallel loss…

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Starting a keto diet

1. Prepare to succeed! Before starting a keto plan, make sure your doctor or nutritionist approves. Take some time to plan your meals and clear out your pantry & fridge. Login to newimageketo.com for all the planning tools and recipes you need to get started easily. 2. Balance Your Omega-3s In order for keto to be effective, you need to get enough omega-3s in your diet. A general rule of thumb is that land-based animal foods are higher in omega-6 fatty acids, and most seafood is higher in omega-3s. A keto diet without enough omega-3 fats will increase an inflammatory load, not decrease it. The top ketogenic foods that are rich in omega-3s include: Salmon Anchovies Mackerel Grass-fed beef Sardines Chia seeds 3. Stay Hydrated It’s very important that you drink enough water on keto. Your body uses more water when you have fewer carbohydrates. 4. Manage Your Stress …

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The Benefits Of Calcium

Calcium is a mineral which is essential for life. We all know that calcium is important for strong bones and teeth. But in addition to that, calcium enables our blood to clot, our muscles to contract and our heart to beat. I’d say that it’s a fairly important mineral. 99% of the calcium in our body is in our bones and teeth. About 1kg of it. Every day we lose calcium through our hair, skin, nails, sweat and urine. Our bodies can’t produce calcium, which is why it is so important to get enough from the food we eat. If we don’t eat enough of the calcium that our body needs, it is taken from our bones. Short term, we can cope, but if it happens too often, then our bones get weak and become more prone to breaking, osteoporosis and brittle bone disease. Too many of us fall short of getting the right amount of calcium each day to help prevent bone loss, low bone density and broken bones. …

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Inside your immune system. How it works!

The cold season is upon us. Boosting our immune system has rarely felt more urgent. You’re washing your hands 10 times a day and have stopped touching your face. What else can you do to improve your health and avoid ills and chills? To know how to take care of your immune system, first you need to understand the weapons in your armoury. When you come into contact with a germ you’ve never met before, you’ve got various barriers to try to stop it getting into your body. As well as skin, we have mucus – snot is a really important barrier – and a microbiome, it is estimated that 100 trillion microbes live throughout our bodies, internally and externally. Beneath the swamps of mucus and microbes, our bodies are lined with epithelial cells which, are really hard to get through. They make antimicrobial products including antiviral compounds that are quite hostile. …

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Improve Your Gut Health

With every bite of food you take, you can change your gut flora. But in the modern diet we tend to overfeed the bad guys. To put it simply, ‘bad’ bacteria tend to feed on sugar and unhealthy fats (yes, I’m talking about junk food!). The single most important nutrient that good bacteria need to thrive inside you is fibre.

There are still steps you can take to restore your gut flora:

  • Whole plant foods are your bodies main source of fibre
  • Vegetables
  • Fruit
  • Wholegrains
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Re-Calibrate your body for Optimal Health

The human body is truly wondrous.

From the enormous growth and neurological development that takes us from birth to fully functioning adults, to the continual monitoring of our surroundings by the immune system and so much more, the human body is a highly intelligent organism.

So why then, do we suffer from disease and illness? To be honest, in most cases it’s not a design fault of the body but much more likely a result of our environment – that is things such as diet, lifestyle, daily habits, increased stress, poor sleep, pollution, suboptimal nutrients in modern foods and lack of regular physical activity.
Over the dec…

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Digestive Health

Most of us are unaware of the digestive processes going on while we’re enjoying favourite foods but as we munch away, our taste-buds, stomach, pancreas, liver, gallbladder, small and large intestines are all working on digestion.

Good digestive health means the food we eat is broken down efficiently, used by our bodies to produce energy or removed as waste which brings us to one of the less savoury topics of digestive health – bowel irregularity and discomfort. Many people experience these on a regular basis and it can be both inconvenient and embarrassing.

It is estimated that in the United States alone, 42 million people are affected and in many Europ…

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