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What age are your lungs? The story of how they decline and what you can...

Did you know that of all your organs, it is the lungs which are the first to age? Like the skin, they are exposed to the highest partial pressure of oxygen found in the body. And as we know, oxygen is a well-established factor in the ageing process. All animals...
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Dysbiosis: a risk factor for auto-immune disease?

Dysbiosis is a term for microbial imbalance, usually of the intestinal microbiota or gut flora. This microbiota helps the body function properly, supporting the body’s digestive health and defences. Unfortunately, the equilibrium of this microbiota is subject on a daily basis to disruption by pathogens. A significant influx of pathogenic...
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Le PEA, the universal natural painkiller

Better known as PEA, palmitoylethanolamide is a natural and powerful active principle discovered in 1957. Since then, it has consistently been the subject of new scientific papers, and with good cause, since this molecule plays a key role in the body’s inflammation and pain processes. PEA offers anti-inflammatory properties and...
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Colds, flu, bronchitis: the two best ways of avoiding them

During the winter months, almost all of us will be exposed to the flu virus but only some will go on to be infected by it. How can this be explained? Contrary to popular opinion, catching a cold or the flu is not just down to bad luck or being...
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The exceptional properties of grapefruit

You may have already heard about the benefits of the citrus fruit pomelo. Prized for its nutritional content and health benefits, pomelo is often confused with grapefruit, its close relative. Grapefruit, or to give it its scientific name Citrus paradisi , is widely consumed in the West whereas pomelo is...
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