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Improving your kidney health

The kidneys assist the body in maintaining good hydration and electrolyte levels. They also remove excess acids and waste products from the blood, which are…
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Improving your stress response

Stress is often associated with an increased activation of the “fight or flight” processes in the body. These processes should switch on to enable us…
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Coffee is bad for you, right?

Actually no. Coffee is fantastic!  2-5 cups per day can help you in many ways: Coffee is high in antioxidants. Antioxidants help boost the immune…
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The benefits of Cannabis and CBD oil

The marijuana plant or Cannabis sativa contains two main active constituents, Cannabidiol (CBD) and delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). Unlike THC, the CBD is not psychoactive and therefore…
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Alcohol intake in our society

Written by Patricia Patterson-Vanegas Alcohol is the third largest risk factor for ill health in the European Union and Europe has the highest unit per…
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Menopause

Many women experience hot flushes as they enter menopause, these are caused by hormonal spikes that trigger changes in temperature, overriding the body’s natural thermostat.…
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The wonders of Cayenne pepper

Do you suffer from recurring heartburn, chronic indigestion or ulcers? Medical researchers are now finding that capsaicin – the pungent compound that gives ‘heat’ to…
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Soza Health guide to anti-ageing

Many environmental factors can contribute to wrinkles and skin ageing. These can all be controlled to a certain extent, to maintain a more youthful skin…
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Benefits of eating Fibre

How much fibre do you eat every day? Most people are not eating enough. Average fibre consumption is around 15g per day, but the ideal…
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Nutrient Robbers

Nutrient Robbers are processed foods that not only fail to provide any valuable nutrients or energy to the body, but also rob it of its…
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Preventing Diabetes

Did you know the worldwide prevalence of diabetes is increasing?   In 2014 The number of adults living with diabetes was 422 million. That is…
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Hydration

HydrationPlease be aware not to mistake thirst for hunger. Hydration is the key of life and dehydration can compromise every function of the body. It…
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Soza Health Guide to Migraine

Migraine headaches can be extremely debilitating for sufferers. However, there are various diet and lifestyle interventions that can limit or prevent attacks. Magnesium – Many…
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How to improve your brain power!

As we get older it gets harder to remember things. Even the sharpest of minds can start to experience cognitive decline. However, there are many…
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Trans Fats (Plastic Fats)

In the 1920’s food merchants were concerned about the amount of money lost to spoilage. They found that if they put certain chemicals like nitrates…
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Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is often looked upon by natural wellness enthusiasts as a panacea for all good things. Taking a tablespoon or two of it…
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Food additives – Potato starch

Potato starch is starch extracted from potatoes. The cells of the root tubers of the potato plant contain starch grains (leucoplasts). To extract the starch,…
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Children and teenagers

Did you know that children who eat salty foods tend to seek out sugary drinks, which leads to obesity? The quality of food that children…
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