News Focus - January 2020
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Plant-Based Diets: How to transition healthily
With Veganuary in full swing you may be looking for advice on how to make this diet change more sustainable long-term. Healthy help can be found here.
Omega-3 may improve brain health in people with heart disease:
Heart and brain health are intrinsically linked and so it would seem is omega 3 fatty acids, as this study explains.
Simple Ways to support your child's immunity at school
If you have children then you’ll be no stranger to frequent seasonal ills. Read up on how to support your child’s immunity now that they’re back at school.
Rhodiola rosea in Traditional Medicine
Detailed overview on the herbal hero rhodiola rosea. Packed with provenance of use, clinical studies and its uses in modern day medicine.
5 Vitamins vegan athletes need, according to a nutritionist
If you're new to getting your nutrition as a vegan athlete, or even if you're a seasoned vegan athlete who could use a refresher, this piece is an excellent source of information.
Liz Earle's menopause diet with tips and tricks to help your health and wellbeing
Respected wellbeing guru explains why changing what you eat can tackle difficult menopause symptoms and make a big difference to your health and wellbeing.
Liver Health: Simple ways to keep your liver healthy
January is commonly the month where we focus on health after the indulgences of the festive season. This piece offers achievable changes to make to help support the liver in to the New Year.
How two apples a day keep cholesterol at bay: A brace of the fruit daily for eight weeks can lower 'bad' cholesterol by up to four per cent, study finds
Something us Brits do well is grow a tasty apple. And thank goodness that they are readily available as new research reveals their importance to heart health.
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