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Finchley Clinic Blog
Vitamin C and overall life span
Over 20 years ago, 1992 to be precise, the medical Journal “Epidemiology” published a paper by James Enstron Phd and his colleagues entitled “Vitamin C intake and mortality among a sample of the United States population”. The paper suggested that individuals who regularly supplement their diet with vitamin C have a statistically significant increase in life expectancy […]
Natural ways to stay healthy as you age
As the years begin to take their toll, many of us become resigned to watching our minds and bodies begin to fail. But it doesn’t have to be that way. None of us is immortal, but there are still plenty of ways we can take care of ourselves and keep functioning well into old age. […]
Are you eating too much sugar?
Here’s a quick exercise for you: how much sugar have you eaten today? Perhaps you only counted a teaspoonful in your morning cup of tea, but have another think. The bacon sandwich you had for breakfast? Chances are there was sugar in that commercially-produced “healthy” wholemeal bread, and you copped an extra whack if you […]
How’s your thyroid doing? Thyroid and candida. Thyroid and Energy.
Click here to see the new and remaining items in our Autumn Sale – Up to 75% off! Now, my amazing Thyroid and Candida article (I would say that admittedly, since I am writing it) In the seminal article “Conquerig Candida”, Sherridan L. Stock stated his opinion / observation that 90% of candida victims have low thyroid function, and […]
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The true danger of constipation and laxatives
You might think it sounds funny if you’ve never had to go through it. We snigger at it and avoid the topic in polite conversation. It could be caused by your diet, medication, pregnancy, stress, travel or even by refusing to use public toilets. But when it hits you – and constipation affects almost all […]
|Tuesday 30th December 2003|