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Category Archive for 'Heart Disease'

Are you too busy to see a dietitian? Have your got a referral from your doctor but your working hours do not permit you to get away? Well, now we have an online dietetics program which allows you to see your dietitian in the comfort of your office or living-room. For bookings for appointments please […]

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Dietary fats have received such bad reputation that health advocates often eliminate this food group totally from their diets.  This causes their  intakes of omega 6, omega 3 fatty acids and vitamin E to become marginal.  Find out which food items have the highest concentration of these nutrients as well as provide us with the […]

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I just came across a new scientific report on the health benefits of apples. We all know the saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”, but how much truth is there to the healing properties of apples? And, what kinds of conditions can I prevent or remedy by including apples in my regular […]

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This article is about lifestyle medicine and its role in mainstream medicine in the prevention of chronic degenerative disease like hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, erectile dysfunction, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, cancers and dyslipidaemia.

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The article shows you the 5 simple changes that may just save you from some of the most common life-threatening diseases.

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In this article, I will share with you the ten simple rules to look and feel the best you have ever felt in your life!  There is no reason why you cannot have it all.  Weight management should not be an exercise in extreme denial and severe punishment.  Banish all thoughts of lack and embrace […]

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Foods that can Reduce Cholesterol

Most people are looking to cut down on foods that increase their cholesterol – and rightly so!  But how about adding some foods in your diet that can actually reduce your cholesterol? In this article I will show you what they are and give you some scientific background on how they were discovered and how they work.

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Polycystic Ovarian Disease

The underlying cause of Polycystic Ovarian Disease is insulin resistance. This is a condition in which the body resists the action of the hormone insulin (this hormone is produced by the pancreas which resides near the stomach). Did you know that PCOS afflicts one in four women in developed nations?  This article is about PCOS […]

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