Getting the maximum benefit from tea: the secret of theanine
15 December is International Tea Day, celebrating what is the second most consumed drink in the world. Tea has a remarkable history, from its incorporation...
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12-12-2017
Resveratrol: astonishing new study confirms its ‘enormous...
Researchers at Exeter University have succeeded in rejuvenating senescent cells in the laboratory 1 using a molecule already known for its effects on longevity: resveratrol....
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AHCC: the story of a Japanese mushroom...
Long before the advent of medicines, humans treated their health problems using properties present in living organisms; certain mushrooms, for example, were used to boost...
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Multivitamins: support for gut flora
The subject of extensive research in recent years, gut flora is now recognised as playing many roles within the body. Yet studies increasingly warn of...
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An Ayurvedic remedy: the natural benefits of...
Amla is also known as Amalaki rasayana – a powerful Ayurvedic plant with regenerating properties. In India, Amalaki means ‘nurse’ and ‘rasayana’ refers to rejuvenation...
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A poorly-maintained digestive tract, populated with opportunistic pathogenic bacteria and fungi (particularly Candida albicans), and polluted with badly-digested food, is at risk of becoming blocked...
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