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Finchley Clinic Blog
Take on the toxins and win: how to detox – and why you should
The idea of a ‘detox’ is something many of us are familiar with, thanks to it having become trendy with celebrities and so a term that’s bandied about in the media all the time. But how many of us really know what it involves and, more importantly, why it can do us so much good? […]
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Oxy-Powder Price Rise
Customers always hate it and complain bitterly when we raise our prices. And believe it or not, we hate raising them too. Unfortunately though, as much we didn’t want to do it, we have had to raise the prices of many of our imported items over the last month, as existing stocks ran out, due to the […]
Super selenium – a crucial nutrient for us
Back in the summer, you may have read an article on this blog about ‘heavy metals’ (e.g. mercury, lead and cadmium) and why they’re toxic to the human body. Well, all things being equal, there are also, of course, metals and similar nutrients that the human body can’t do without – the likes of iron, […]
Hot flushes and supplements: how to treat the effects of the menopause
Few women look forward to it, some dread it and many find it a challenging interference in living their everyday lives – it’s ‘the change’ or the menopause. And it’s worth talking about here because, while it inevitably affects the majority of woman in middle-age, the individual experience can vary a great deal and there […]
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Mind over gut matters? How mental and gastrointestinal health are linked
Have you ever found yourself feeling low when suffering from diarrhoea? Or down in the dumps following a bout of abdominal pain or stomach cramps? Or has it struck you that you may feel more depressed than you’d expect along with a bit of digestive trouble? Well, research suggests this wouldn’t actually be surprising – […]
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|Tuesday 30th December 2003|