April 7, 2017
Inflammation can be a good thing
Everyone has experienced the remarkable phenomenon of acute inflammation - a sprained ankle, splinter, or cut – and as a result have witnessed the affected area turn red, puffy and hot as your immune system rushes to your aid to assess the injury and fight any pathogen that might have entered your body.
A normal, healthy inflammatory response should flare up and die down again a short time later, as the healing process resolves the inflammation and the injury heals.
August 26, 2015
An important dietary staple in Asian cultures, soy consumption has been associated with lower incidence of coronary artery disease, ischemic stroke, hormone-dependent cancers and osteoporosis in these populations prompting it to become one of the most widely-studied functional foods.
The health benefits of soy, both dietary and supplemental, are well recognised due to the increasingly robust body of evidence to support its use in a number of areas of therapy.
December 23, 2014
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June 2, 2014
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May 26, 2014
Coconut oil is a wonderful resource in your home – don’t let it go to waste!
We’ve put together a small selection of ideas of what you can do with coconut oil. Coconut oil is so versatile it can be used for cooking, skin care, a metabolism booster, to assist in weight management, to boost your immunity and can even be of moderate assistance in managing type two diabetes.