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How to tell if you are gluten intolerant

Seen as a new age ailment of sorts, gluten intolerance is characterised as undesirable reactions to gluten – a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. Celiac disease and lesser warned conditions like non-celiac gluten sensitivity and wheat allergy is legitimate lifestyle conditions aggravated by...

Improve your digestion now

Digestion: Improve yours now!

Healthy digestion keeps things moving in and out of your gut smoothly and efficiently within a transit period of 24 hours.  Ideally, there should be no stagnancy or blockages anywhere in the colon. We ensure this with a diet of fresh fruits and vegetables and a...

Why do you need fibre?

Why do you need fibre?

Fibre is one of the most vital tools to aid digestion, prevent constipation and lower the risk of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and even cancers of the bowel. Diets high in fibre are sorely lacking in modern, sugary and over-processed diets. The average adult...

The Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar and it’s health benefits

Apple cider vinegar is a popular item on nearly every ‘burn fat fast’ or ‘how to stop hair loss’ list on the internet - and for a good reason.  As an age-old home remedy, the vinegar has been used as a preservative and a disinfectant, besides...

Making Christmas meals healthier

Making Christmas meals healthier

Traditional Christmas meals can seriously derail all attempts at healthy living. Plates get piled high with five different kinds of meat dripping in fat and gravy, yellow rice that you haven't seen all year, golden roast potatoes all crispy on the outside and oily within,...

Are you eating too much salt?

Salt: Do you eat too much?

Having salt in your food is necessary, but the amount of salt consumed has to be monitored. Salt not only adds flavour to any dish, but it is essential for nerve function, muscle function and to maintain water and mineral balance. However, regardless of these functions,...