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What Is Vitamin K2?

                Some of the signs and symptoms of a vitamin K deficiency include: Blood thinning, poor clot formation, easy bruising and excessive bleeding from wounds, punctures or injections Heavy menstrual periods Anaemia (looking tired and pale; feeling weak and listless) Bleeding from your gastrointestinal tract; blood in urine […]

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Heart Attack Prevention

                Been told you need cholesterol drugs? Cholesterol drugs are some of the most side effect-ridden medications on the market, and they frequently do more harm than good. Of utmost importance, they deplete your body of CoQ10, which accounts for many of its devastating results and has been […]

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Improving air pollution in your home

                Improving air pollution in your home According to a 2016 World Health Organization (WHO) report, only 8 percent of people worldwide are breathing air that meets WHO standards, which means 92 percent of the world population is      breathing polluted air.  While you might not have control over […]

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Improving your thyroid

                Improving your thyroid Could it be that you have mild metabolic acidity instead?  If you want to improve your Thyroid function, lose weight, reduce brain fog, reduce sugar cravings and have more energy, then alkalizing is a good start.  Most Medical Doctors will give you Thyroid tablets […]

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Reducing High Cholesterol

                Reducing High Cholesterol Replace processed foods (which are loaded with refined sugar and carbs, processed fructose, and trans fat—all of which promote heart disease) with whole, unprocessed or minimally processed foods, ideally organic and/or locally grown. Eat grass-fed, pastured varieties, raised according to organic standards. Balancing your […]

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Do you have high cholesterol?

                Do you have high cholesterol? Cholesterol is one of the most important molecules in your body; it is used for building cells and for producing stress and sex hormones, as well as vitamin D.  It is any wonder that most  people are low in sex hormones and […]

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Magnesium and Depression

                Magnesium and Depression Did you know that a deficiency in this mineral has been linked to  depression, anxiety and other mental health issues? With more and more people being diagnosed with depression and anxiety every day, it’s worth taking a look at the nutrients in our diet […]

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Lack of Sleep

                Are you suffering from lack of sleep? Reduced ability to learn or remember Reduced productivity at work and poor grades in school Reduced ability to perform tasks Reduced athletic performance Reduced creativity at work and other activities Reduced reaction time Decreased immune function Increased risk of neurological […]

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The amazing power of cauliflower

                It is available all year round Extremely versatile – can be roasted, mashed, grated,  eaten raw or cooked Huge amounts of nutrients and anti-inflammatory      properties Fights cancer and protects your heart Protects your brain health thanks to the B Vitamin      Choline Contains enzymes to help liver detoxification […]

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Are you acidic?

                If you answer Yes to the following, chances are that you are acidic: Do you exercise a lot? Do you eat less than a kilogram of vegetables a day? Are you stressed? Do you eat any processed food or bread/pasta/rice/cereal? Do you drink alcohol? Do you have […]

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