Lets talk IBS

Lets talk IBS

April is IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) awareness month. This little talked about condition is thought to affect between 10 - 20% of the population, yet many people are undiagnosed and many more try to hide it.
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Less salt more flavour

Less salt more flavour

We all know that a lot of salt is bad for our health. Yet most of us still eat too much of it, in processed foods or by using it to add flavour to our home-cooked meals.
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How to tackle childhood obesity

How to tackle childhood obesity

On the 20th November it's World Children's Day, and annual celebration to support children’s welfare across the globe. One of the biggest health issues facing our children today is the rise of childhood obesity.
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Dealing with diabetes naturally

Dealing with diabetes naturally

About 422 million people worldwide have diabetes and 1.6 million deaths are attributed to this illness each year. Worryingly the number of people with the disease has been steadily rising over the years and it's estimated 578 million people will have diabetes by 2030.
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