Let me guess, one of the creams you lather on your face and arms before you walk out the door each morning is a product containing sunscreen. Am I right?
Unfortunately, those who benefit from the skincare industry would like nothing more than to have us believe the sun is bad for us.
The truth couldn't be further from this - find out why below... Why the sun isn't the demon it's mad... ››› more
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant. It helps neutralise cell-damaging free radicals. It can also attack pathogens and has shown promise for treating a wide range of infectious diseases and burns, and boosting your immune system.
Now, a study in Finland suggests vitamin C may also reduce bronchoconstriction caused by exercise by nearly 50%.
Keep reading... Vitamin C also helps your body rec... ››› more
If you suffer from depression, anxiety or stress overload, your doctor could prescribe pharmaceutical drugs to help mask your feelings.
The biggest problem with these drugs are how they could mess with your sleep cycle, cause sexual dysfunction, mood swings and complete dependence on the drugs.
There is a natural nutrient that continues to show real promise in relieving all these feelings w... ››› more
You may be sitting there right now thinking this email isn't for you. You would know if you had candidiasis right?
The truth is, no you may not know. The yeast infection brought on by an overgrowth of candida albicans can affect your health long before you see the signs of oral thrush - a white film in your mouth.
If you've been on antibiotics, are diabetic, eat sugary foods, you're on the... ››› more
Perhaps you've been working on your sex drive, finding ways to boost it and adding a little more excitement to your love-life!
But we all know that sex isn't a one-man show, so we're giving you some tips to help get your woman into the mood - not just tonight but every night!
Keep reading to find out how... Six sex tips that totally outdo female “Viagra”
#1: Take up the “om” toge... ››› more
You know you need 7-8 hours of quality sleep EVERY night and if you don't get that - you're at risk for a whole host of illnesses...
But all you can do is toss and turn at night, stare at the ceiling and worry... worry... worry...
And the combination of worrying about life, and worrying that your worrying is keeping you from your precious sleep just compounds...
Until you decide you're go... ››› more
If you've had chickenpox, the virus is lying dormant in your nerve tissue and brain. And, this predisposes you to shingles, a painful condition that can affect the eyes and cause blindness.
Find out more about it below... Who is at danger of getting shingles?
Some peope are at greater risk of getting shingles:
* Those over the age of 50
* Undergoing chemotherapy or radiation
* Taking s... ››› more
Past research has linked gut inflammation to increased risk for heart disease, stroke, cancer, arthritis and more recently, prostate cancer too.
And, it's not just a minor threat either. You're up to FIVE times more likely to suffer from these conditions because of an inflamed gut.
Keep reading to find out more - and how to dowse the inflammation in your gut... What is inflammation of the g... ››› more
If you have a bothersome prostate, you're desperate to minimise symptoms. They're a nuisance to anyone's schedule and can be embarrassing at times.
As with all health conditions, there are foods that can help you reduce your symptoms and some that will aggravate them.
Read on below to find out which to eat more of and which to avoid... Prostate-friendly foods to eat more of
Fatty fish - ... ››› more
If you have a busy schedule, you'll have limited time to stop to consider what to eat during the day. So, the best is to prepare your lunch and snacks the night before.
Keep reading to discover 6 foods you can pack that will keep your energy levels high throughout the day so that you can achieve everything you set out to do... 6 Foods to pack for the day when you're determined to achieve g... ››› more
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