Do cheap supplements on the high street, produce expensive urine?

It’s a question we all ask ourselves. “Do cheap supplements on the high street, produce expensive urine?” In this article, the whistle is finally blown on cheap supplements on the high street. Not before time in my view. Buying cheap supplements on the high street is always an option but an expensive choice, if they…

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longevity, fruit and vegetable consumption, bmj research

The British Medical Journal (bmj) report that after five portions of fruit and veg a day there is no added advantage in terms of longevity.  Perhaps the a ‘medical’ journal is biased against ‘nutrition’ and a question that needs answering first is how much the pharmaceutical companies fund this journal directly or indirectly. I’m neither…

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world health organisation on cancer

According to the report by the World Health Organisation scientists BBC News 4th Feb it is predicted that the number of cancer cases will reach 24 million a year by the year 2035 and yet half could be prevented. As someone who has maintained a specialist interest in antioxidant health (counteracting cell damaging, free radical…

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when it comes to a balanced diet, are you kidding yourself?

In all said and done, there’s a great deal more said … than done!  Especially when it comes to health. For instance, when we talk about a healthy, balanced diet and antioxidants. Important principles yes, but unless you can measure you don’t know.  We are what we consume and absorb. What’s the problem then?  It’s…

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we are not what we eat …

We are not what we eat – we are what we absorb. Some people may think I’m playing with words. I don’t think so. You see, everyone lies or, perhaps to be kind, deludes themselves about the overall health of their food choices. Me, I make sure I have ‘health insurance’ – quality supplements that…

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