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by Marina B
Date Added: Saturday 04 December 2010
I've met with this Flanagan's product a lot of time ago, when in Europe it was still known under the name MicroHydrin. After the change of the ingredients in Europe and the renaming in Active-H I wasn't so pleased. The outputs and the results were not the same as before with MicroHydrin. So I searched and found The Finchley clinic, which led the original Flanagan MicroHydrin, now named MegaHydrate in Europe. Many thanks for this to all the staff of The Finchley Clinic.
I'm so excited about this product that I've created also a website which is dedicated to this product only. The address of the website is http://www.megahydrate.eu
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Stay balanced: the importance of maintaining a healthy blood sugar level
It’s pretty much taken as given nowadays that high blood sugar levels are bad for you, but why actually is this? After all, scientifically speaking, our bodies need sugar, don’t they? Well, yes; in so much as they need the simple carbohydrate-based blood sugar that’s glucose (derived from the food we eat) that circulates our […]
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A gateway to winter illness: treating and preventing a sore throat
It’s something that automatically causes dread in people this time of year – a tickle in or at the back of the throat. The reason? Because, in so many cases, it tends to indicate an oncoming sore throat. Granted, on its own a sore throat’s usually a minor complaint, but too often it’s also a […]
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Back down to earth with a bump: the January detox and what alcohol does to the gut and liver
If anything defines the seasonal period then it might be said to be indulgence. All that rich food, piled up on plate after plate and meal after meal. And, of course, all that alcohol too. Alcoholic consumption spikes at this time of year and, although there’s nothing wrong with having a good time and unwinding […]
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Last orders before Christmas / Products to prevent colds and flu’s over the holiday season
We’ll be open almost up to Christmas, and if you want to order before we close here are the deadlines: The last date for guaranteed (courier) UK delivery before Christmas is Thursday 22nd December. This is also the last date for orders to be shipped internationally by courier (usually 3-4 working days). The last date for […]
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Bad triggers and good habits: dietary tips for living with IBS
Do you find you get constipation, bloating, diarrhoea or abdominal pain – or even all four – more often than you assume is normal? If so, there’s a chance you may have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). In fact, given it’s something of an umbrella-like gastrointestinal complaint, the likelihood is a good number of people suffer […]
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