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  • It's just as important to eat prebiotics as it is probiotics
  • So you've heard of probiotics before. They're the friendly bacteria strains you get from capsules and food that help your gut bacteria grow and stay healthy. You know that they're basically live cultures from food that you add to your current gut bacteria so you can increase their number and variety. But what are prebiotics? They're the types of nutrients your friendly gut bacteria feed on to stay healthy and strong. So be sure to add these superfoods to your diet to keep your digestive health in shape and the friendly bacteria in your gut happy.... ››› more
  • [31 July 2014]
  • Don't be so quick to turn to e-cigarettes if you're trying to quit smoking to protect yourself from cancer, warns the Cancer Institute
  • Many people have turned to smoking e-cigarettes for many reasons. Not only because you can smoke them in more places than you can normal cigarettes, they're also less intrusive to others and they're supposedly healthier for you. But many people use them as a gateway to stop smoking, thinking they're less harmful and less addictive. And this is why, ever since e-cigarettes first hit the market, they've been all the rage. There was evidence that suggested that they don't have the cancer-causing properties like normal cigarettes do. But more recent studies suggest otherwise. Researchers at the Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York, disagree with these initial reports. They're saying e-cigarettes are just as bad for you and maybe even more addictive than normal ones. They're still cancer-causing because the particles in the e-liquid still irritate the lungs. It damages the tissue and causes inflammation. They're more addictive because you view them as less harmful and less intrusive so you start smoking in places you'd normally never light up… That brings me to this point… You have only one option to protect your lungs from debilitating lung cancer: QUIT SMOKING.... ››› more
  • [31 July 2014]
  • Michael Douglas lost 20kg during his battle with cancer - here's how to protect yourself from the same fate
  • Actor Michael Douglas received the diagnoses that he had stage four throat cancer when he was 55 years old and was in the prime of his acting career. During his treatment, which included radiation and chemo, he lost close to 20kg. And he describes this time in his life as “very accurately mapped to the seven circles of hell”. You can't do much to prevent weight loss when your body's going through this devastating treatment. But it's important that you try maintain a healthy weight. It's hard to eat when you're sick, but you have to feed your body the right nutrients despite this. It'll help you come out the other side with your body able to continue fighting to stay strong. That's why today, we're going to help you make the right food choices to fuel your body. So eat these foods to cope better with your treatment and ensure you stay strong so you can fight the cancer that's taken over your body.... ››› more
  • [31 July 2014]
  • Stop living in a box! It's the reason you have digestive issues
  • It's really no wonder so many people suffer from problems with their digestion. Not only is it because of the convenience of processed, fatty and sugary foods we eat, but because of our environment too. And I'm not talking about pollution and poor quality drinking water. I'm talking about how you live your life is making you less healthy because of the effect it has on your digestive system! We've become a nation obsessed with cleanliness and staying indoors. And those are exactly the two things you should change to get rid of your digestive issues and improve your overall well-being.... ››› more
  • [31 July 2014]
  • The Doctor of the Future! A true revolutionary doctor and a life-giver to hundreds of patients
  • Meet Dr Craige Golding, one of our FSPHealthandFitness.co.za expert: Dr Craige Golding earned his medical degree from Pretoria University (cum laude) more than 20 years ago. And he received his Masters in Medical Sciences from the University of South Florida (magna cum laude). But his patients don't flock to see him from as far away as the UK, Australia and Portugal because of his academic credentials… They come for his unique, life-giving approach to common health problems.... ››› more
  • [31 July 2014]
  • Could unhappy bacteria in your gut be the reason you're overweight?
  • There's a new study that shows people who are obese and that suffer from type 2 diabetes have different strains of bacteria in their gut than people who maintain a normal weight, says everydayhealth.com. What's significant about this is that it could either mean that people with these different types of bacteria have a predisposition to being obese and having diabetes. Or, it could mean that improving your digestive health by changing the bacteria in your gut could help you lose weight and cope better with your diabetes. Either way, it's essential to keep the friendly bacteria in your gut in good health, because it affects your overall health and weight! Keep reading to find out how to ensure your digestive health is in top shape.... ››› more
  • [31 July 2014]
  • Heal your leaky gut from the inside with the 4R program
  • When you suffer from leaky gut syndrome, it's not just your gut health that's affected. This because your gut is the root of your overall health. The typical signs you'll experience when you have leaky gut syndrome are: · Bloating; · Gas; · Diarrhoea; · Constipation; and · Painful stomach cramps. But you'll probably suffer from a form of autoimmune disorder. The most common ones are: · Asthma; · Acne; · Psoriasis; · Eczema; and · Arthritis. This because your body attacks the larger nutrients your blood absorbs because of the “leaks” in your gut. So there's a lot of inflammation and chaos in your gut that affects your health. But there's a way to heal it from the inside. And you're likely to take care of those nasty diseases along with it. Here's how to use the 4R program to heal your gut…... ››› more
  • [31 July 2014]
  • Leaky gut syndrome: Your digestion is in turmoil and is causing your health problems
  • What exactly is the strange sounding leaky gut syndrome? Well, it's what it sounds like; your gut leaks. But not in the way you think it does and it doesn't mean you're leaking food contents into your abdominal area… It means that the holes in your gut that usually let the nutrients from your food into your blood stream to carry around your body are much bigger than they're supposed to be. So not only do large particles of food like proteins, fats and carbs not breakdown before your body absorbs them, they flow right into your blood stream and cause all sorts of problems. Why does this happen? Because you're eating the wrong foods for gut health. Here's why this is causing such a problem with your health, plus three ways you can fix it…... ››› more
  • [31 July 2014]
  • Taking your gluten-free diet too far can leave you with the same digestive issues, warn experts
  • So you think gluten and wheat are evil because that's what all the latest health news is telling you? In truth, going gluten-free might be worse for you than cutting it from your diet completely, say experts in the know. And it's what all the sites promoting gluten-free diets won't tell you! That's why we're revealing the facts about following a gluten-free diet and how it can leave you with the same digestive issues you had when you ate gluten…... ››› more
  • [31 July 2014]
  • Your daily diet has an effect on the friendly bacteria in your gut, says research
  • The foods you eat every day have a huge impact on how many friendly bacteria live in your gut. Why's this important? Because these friendly bacteria play such an important part of your digestive health. They're there to help keep the lining in your digestive system healthy, breakdown food and generally keep your gut in a healthy state. So when they're not happy and unable to flourish, problems with your digestion start. That's exactly what researchers recently found when they monitored the gut of two people for a year. Here's what they found…... ››› more
  • [31 July 2014]

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  • Breaking news: Include fish oil capsules as part of your diabetes-prevention plan!

    Remaining active and eating a healthy diet are two of the best publicised ways to prevent diabetes. But a new study shows you can further reduce your risk of developing diabetes, simply by taking fish oil capsules! Read on to discover the new health benefits of omega-3 fatty acid-rich fish oil capsules and how to get the same health benefits from eating more oily fish.... ››› more
  • Lose weight now or pay the consequences with your heart health later…

    Obesity in children is becoming increasingly worrying. Its link to the development of Type II diabetes is widely reported, but new research shows another reason to make sure you're active and healthy from an early age - carrying extra weight when you're young puts you at risk of heart disease later in life! Here's how you can avoid this fate by getting enough exercise and eating a healthy diet together.... ››› more
  • Don't let this unpleasant sign of menopause be the reason your grandkids don't want to visit

    When it comes to the signs of menopause, women are pretty happy to discuss their hot flashes, yet one of the signs they don't mention is body odour. And if you're heading towards this change of life, it's best to know the tips you can use to balance your hormones so you don't suffer this embarrassing fate…... ››› more
  • Joost van der Westhuizen's battle casts the spotlight on motor neurone disease -Here's what you need to know...

    Former Springbok Captain, Joost van der Westhuizen has spoken out about his battle with motor neurone disease. He told the BBC it's been a rollercoaster from day one and now he's on his deathbed. The 42-year-old was diagnosed with deadly condition two years ago. The South African rugby hero's fighting spirit has firmly put the spotlight on motor neurone disease. Here are the important facts you should need to know about the disease…... ››› more
  • What do kidney stones really feel like? Here are the symptoms you're likely to experience

    As your kidney stone forms, you won't feel any pain. It's when your body tries to get rid of the stone that you experience the true agony of kidney stones! Here's what you can expect to feel when you have a kidney stone:... ››› more

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