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ORIGINE 8 Radio AD on KFM Cape Talk 702 October 2018

ORIGINE 8 Radio AD on KFM Cape Talk 702 October 2018 […]

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Survey shows a third of respondents are vitamin D deficient

Almost a third of 2600 South African survey respondents are not getting enough vitamin D, one of the most crucial nutrients for immunity and general health.   The online survey, conducted on behalf of Coyne Healthcare, asked a series of questions about respondents’ exposure to sunlight and vitamin intake and was based on a US […]

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Green tea trends in top 10 superfoods

US dieticians have placed green tea among the top 10 superfood trends for 2017, just months after South African scientists announced they had developed arguably the world’s most potent and effective green tea extract.   A survey of 1 700 US dieticians on food trends in 2017 showed that seeds, avocado and nuts are still […]

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Lotus FM Interview

Interview on Lotus FM: […]

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Women eat, men choose sex when stressed – study

A new UK study shows that half of women surveyed turn to food to deal with stress and anxiety while over a quarter of men choose sex or porn.   The study by London’s University College surveyed 115 men and 250 women and found that 27% of the males chose sex and porn to relax, […]

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Vitamin D may ease Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) – research

Supplementing with vitamin D may help relieve the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) such as cramps, fatigue, anxiety and insomnia, studies show.   And, based on research indicating vitamin D’s positive effect on IBS, a three-year clinical trial is currently underway in the UK to further establish the “sunshine” vitamin’s impact on the syndrome […]

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Low iron may be linked to “exhaustion epidemic”

Iron deficiency may be one of the reasons behind an “exhaustion epidemic” in which up to four out of five women complain of extreme tiredness, according to reports.   And, chronic tiredness has become such a common complaint that doctors in the UK have named the condition TATT – Tired All The Time Syndrome.   […]

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