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Love your liver

January is Love your Liver month. This is a campaign by the British Liver Trust to educate people about the importance of caring for your liver. Their campaign focuses on three main threats to the liver which include: alcohol Non-alcohol related fatty liver disease viral hepatitis 3 different ways to “Love your Liver” Take at […]

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Soya for hair loss

In this blog post I will be discussing the use of soy products as a non-medical way to possibly reduce or even stop Female Pattern Hair loss also known as genetic hair loss or Androgenic Alopecia.  Female Pattern hair loss is often experienced in the over 40’s age range and the thinning is noticed at […]

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Nascent Iodine and thyroid health

I recently started taking Nascent Iodine having been told in July my thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) was 4.9, then in September went down to 2.5. I had my thyroid peroxidase antibodies checked which were normal or less than 28. I was relectant to take iodine previously due to a risk of exacerbating any  Hashimotos (thyroid autoimmune […]

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Spices for health

Spices such as turmeric and cinnamon have numerous health benefits. Turmeric is anti-inflammatory and cinnamon helps to reduce blood sugar.#antiinflammatorydiet #lowbloodsugar #spices #turmeric #cinnamon A photo posted by Sarah Swinglehurst (@sarahsholistics) on Aug 30, 2016 at 11:54am PDT

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