Helping to reduce or avoid Inflammation in the body.

Helping to reduce or avoid Inflammation in the body.

  Avoid; processed wheat and foods, diet drinks and artificial sweeteners, sugar and high fructose corn syrup (which also contribute to heart disease, diabetes, obesity, cancer and ageing skin.) Eat ginger and pineapple (or juice them!) Drink more water Eat whole...

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Sugar!

Sugar!

I watched the trailer for the great film called ‘That Sugar Film’! A very healthy man who does not normally eat sugar eats quite a bit and the results to his health and size are shocking! Our bodies do not need added sugar for optimum health and energy. Natural sugars...

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Oats and blood sugar levels.

by George Matelijan from whfoods.org All carbohydrates, whether complex or simple, eventually metabolise to sugar. The primary difference is that complex carbohydrates are metabolised more slowly and produce a much more gradual increase in blood sugar. Oats are a...

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Enjoying the Sunshine and living in the present moment!

Well it was a lovely sunny morning here in Norfolk! To be able to feel the sun on my face and hear the birds singing on the 1st of March I started to get a spring in my step!! This all feels even more special after 11 years of M.E holding me back and making walks in...

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Early Diagnosis with M.E

After really struggling with M.E for 11 years and now having moved forward from it at last, I am very pleased to hear that a team of researchers at the Columbia University in New York has found that there are compounds found in M.E sufferers blood that have been...

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Sunshine and Vitamin D!

I was thinking about my increased levels of Vitamin D as I turned my face up to the sun this morning; lovely! I know that we need vitamin D for healthy bones and teeth and increased exposure to sunlight (safely) provides it and so does Salmon, sardines,...

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What is Wellbeing?

Wellbeing was quoted as; "a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous" (Princeton's word.net) I totally agree with this but I feel that it goes much deeper. The meaning varies as we all have individual views (thankfully!). I think that it relates to...

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