Your feet carry you around faithfully day after day and deserve some loving attention. Your revived summer feet will thank you! This delightful foot soak is cheap and simple to make – most ingredients are available from the supermarket or you might even have them around the house. Use fine sea salt or the salt…

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Boost your metabolism

8 Tips to Boost your Metabolism and Increase your Energy Expenditure 1] Eat more often! This is the way to train your metabolism to speed up rather than slow down into conservation mode which happens when large meals are eaten with long intervals in between. The added benefit is that you tend to eat less…

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White bread and brown bread

The Glycaemic Index (GI) of a food is a classification of its ability to raise blood glucose after consumption. Only carbohydrates, which metabolise to glucose, have a GI classification. Pure glucose is the benchmark and has a GI of 100. Low GI foods are recommended because they result in a lower glycaemic response. A low…

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Photo of artfully arranged green fruits and vegetables

Do you ever feel bloated, weak and lethargic or find it difficult to lose weight despite your best efforts to exercise and eat well? It could be that your system is too acidic to function optimally. Many of your metabolic reactions require a slightly alkaline environment to function efficiently. Blood needs to remain within a…

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Resveratrol and vitamin d for immunity

I’m often talking about resveratrol, the polyphenol found in red grape skins, which has proven ability to prevent structural changes in brain tissue leading to dementia. Perhaps it’s one of my favourite topics because I can think healthy thoughts while enjoying a glass of red wine. Well, a study published in the Journal of Wine…

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