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The Importance of Methylation Genetic Testing (DNA): Unveiling Your Health Blueprint
The Importance of Methylation Genetic Testing (DNA): Unveiling Your Health Blueprint

Your methylation genetics hold valuable clues to your health journey. By unlocking this genetic puzzle, you can navigate towards better health outcomes. You can’t change the genes you’ve inherited, but you can leverage them to shape your health...

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Connect with Nature to Improve your Health
Connect with Nature to Improve your Health

Summer has finally arrived in the UK, with longer, brighter days, and rising temperatures. There is no better time to get outside and reconnect with nature, which can help improve both our physical and mental well-being. Here are my top tips for...

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The Lymphatic System
The Lymphatic System

The most powerful system in your body that you never hear about If I asked you to define the lymphatic system, what would you say? Some people have heard of it but could not tell you what it is, while others have never heard of it at all. Yet the...

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The Power of Positive Affirmations
The Power of Positive Affirmations

It is easy to fall into a pattern of negative thinking which can quickly spiral into negative feelings and actions which affect our mood and our relationships. If you feel you easily get caught up in negative self-talk, daily positive...

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Oral Health and the Oral Microbiome
Oral Health and the Oral Microbiome

The oral microbiome helps to maintain not just our oral health, but the health of our entire bodies.

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Build a Better Smoothie
Build a Better Smoothie

Why drink a smoothie? Smoothies are an easy and delicious way to get your 5 or more servings of fruit and vegetables a day. Research shows we should be aiming for more like 10 servings a day to get the most health benefits. Of this, 6-8 servings...

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Nutrition for Menopause
Nutrition for Menopause

What is Menopause? Menopause is confirmed when a woman goes 12 months without a period. The transition into menopause – also known as perimcenopause – can last for several years, often beginning between the ages of 45 and 55 unless induced...

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