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News Focus - May 2023

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Essential vitamins for healthy teeth 


Good oral hygiene is essential for healthy gums and teeth. Beyond brushing twice daily and using interstitial sticks or floss, diet also plays a role in maintaining dental health. Find out which nutrients are helpful in keeping your teeth tip-top and which foods are the best sources. Link to article.


Review confirms that cranberry products help support women’s health

Cranberry juice and supplements have long been associated with supporting urinary health. Contrary to a review in 2012, a recent global study with findings published in Cochrane Reviews, has determined cranberry juice and its supplements are indeed a helpful strategy in supporting women’s health. Link to article.


Sun protection from within


Plants protect their delicate DNA from sun damage by using pigments to shield themselves from harmful UV rays. Found in certain foods, these nutrients are also important to us, since they neutralise potentially damaging compounds which are produced when we get too much sun. Find out how you can support your skin this summer.Link to article

What are the health benefits of turmeric?


Besides making food look and taste good, turmeric is thought to have health-supporting properties. In fact, it has been used in traditional medicine for hundreds of years in countries such as China and India. Today, many people around the world take turmeric to support their wellbeing; find out why here.Link to article

These foods might be increasing your anxiety, according to experts


Anxiety is a thread stitched through modern society - a healthy diet is fundamental to mental and physical wellbeing. Experts claim that certain foods may be sabotaging efforts to reduce anxiety. Find out what the culprits are in this article and what foods can be helpful.Link to article

Collagen for menopause: Everything you need to know


Collagen production declines during perimenopause, leading to visible signs of ageing and low bone mineral density. You can’t stop the clock, but you can eat in a way to support collagen production as you transition through menopause. Take a look at our top diet tips here.Link to article

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