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Maintaining a healthy gut & balanced gut microbiota is vital for good health; here are 6 of our favourite foods to help keep your gut happy.
At its very core, intuitive eating (IE) is the simple philosophy of honouring ourselves by trusting our minds and bodies and eating only when we are hungry.
Selenium is a mineral that can assist you with everything from asthma to fertility to thyroid issues. It is an essential mineral in the body and without it you can become very ill.
Fermented foods are “hot” health topics these days, and tempeh is an excellent example as well as being a great source of protein.
Autophagy is a natural destruction of a cell to remove unnecessary or dysfunctional ones. If this process isn’t working properly harmful proteins start to build up in your body.
You can support your body to become stress resistant and keep your fatigue levels in check through indulging in herbal cacao blends. Learn all about Organic Merchant’s artisan blending process, incorporating nature’s stress busters – adaptogens.
Wellness Expert Andi Lew shows us 7 healthy hacks for lunches that are better than ever
Folate is an important part of your diet if you want to stay healthy. Lack of it can affect your liver, heart and much more. It is also important to make sure you absorb the folate in its purest form, if possible. If your liver is compromised already you may have problems with this.
Zinc is a biologically essential beauty mineral that has been used as a therapeutic agent in dermatological conditions for centuries. The skin is the third most zinc-abundant tissue in the body, so making sure you’re including this micronutrient in your diet is key to ensuring optimal skin integrity.
A strong metabolism helps keep weight off, but it also maintains health, supports immunity and prevents premature ageing. Here are five foods to include in your diet to give you a metabolism boost. Metabolism is the process of turning calories from the foods you eat into useable energy for all the chemical reactions that take […]
Eating a diet low in FODMAP foods is highly recommended for people with irritable bowel syndrome. However, low-FODMAP eating is not ideal for everyone. In this article we look behind the acronym to discover exactly what FODMAP dieting is and who it can help. Most of us have heard the expression “You are what you […]
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