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A Healthy Approach to Weight Loss

When we eat foods that raise blood glucose we get a boost of energy that is then frequently followed by a drop in energy levels or a low i.e. a tired feeling. Certain foods raise blood sugar fast and are considered to have a high GI.

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Osteoporosis Diet for Healthy and Strong Bones

Eating a healthy balanced diet is essential for building strong, dense bones.  Our bones grow in length until we reach our late teens. However, our bones continue to increase in density through to our late 20’s. “Bone turnover” or bone regeneration happens throughout our lives...

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Bacterial Prostatitis

The prostate is the gland that produces the fluid component of semen.  It is about the size of a walnut and is located between the bladder and penis.  The urethra runs from the bladder to penis through the prostate.   The urethra allows urine to pass out of the body. Bacterial Prostatitis is inflammation of the prostate...

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Interstitial Cystitis & Acupuncture

Actor Paul Orchard’s luck ran out soon after he played the part of Lucky in the movie Layer Cake alongside James Bond actor Daniel Craig. He underwent a medical procedure that, although successful, left him with interstitial cystitis, where the bladder becomes inflamed.

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Urinary Tract Infections in Men

Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) are far less common in men than women.  The incidence is particularly low in younger men.  The major factors that increase risk of developing a UTI for men are...

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Candida and Antibiotic Overuse

Candida is a type of fungus, specifically, a yeast.  There are different species of candida, some more harmful than others.  Some cause common, highly unpleasant but fairly harmless infections such as genital candidiasis, oral thrush, nappy rash or nail infections.  Some however can prove life-threatening to those who are immunocompromised such as cancer, diabetes, AIDs, kidney dialysis or transplant patients when candida spreads through the blood...

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Sweet Cures use a rare sugar to control blood sugar.

You are probably aware of recent campaigns to challenge adverts that seek to sell weight loss by using images of emaciated, airbrushed young women. Feeding off body insecurities, they suggest that only one body image is beautiful and that weight loss is just about looks. The truth is that when you are healthy inside, both the mind and the body benefit....

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Chickens and E-Coli

E-Coli is the most common cause of Urinary Tract Infection (UTI).  It has long been known that bacteria can move from the rectum to the vaginal area and make their way into the urethra causing infection. It was thought that the E-coli was originating in our own gut... 

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What are Bladder Stones?

Urine can become concentrated, causing minerals to crystalise into hard masses in the bladder which are referred to as bladder stones.

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The Difference between Bladder and Kidney Infections

Discover the differences between bladder infections and kidney infections. There is a lot of crossover between symptoms of bladder infections and kidney infections such as...

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Cat Cystitis / Feline Cystitis

The following symptoms/behaviours can be indicative of your cat having Feline Urologic Syndrome (cystitis)...

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Sucrose, fructose, and glucose can contribute to obesity and rotten teeth…

Everyone knows that some sugars are bad for us. Sucrose, fructose, and glucose, whilst providing a fast energy boost, can contribute to obesity and diabetic problems, lead to rotten teeth, lower the immune system, and feed Candida.

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Lactobacillus Rhamnosus and your daily Probiotic

Lactobacillus Rhamnosus is such an ideal probiotic to use daily in that it has been proven to survive acid and bile in the stomach and therefore is able to stick to and colonize the gastrointestinal tracts of humans. It is known to produce an antimicrobial substance that is active against a variety of bacteria, including, among others, Escherichia coli, Salmonella and Clostridium.

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Antibiotics are still the second most used drug after pain killers.

... Antibiotics can’t distinguish between the “good” and the “bad” bacteria. There is a delicate balance of billions of bacteria happily co-existing with us inside our digestive tract and in our bodies generally. ...

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Bladder infections in the Elderly.

Bladder infections are known as cystitis or inflammation of the bladder. They are common in women and slightly less common in men. About 20% of all women get at least one bladder infection at some time in their lives. However, a man’s chance of getting cystitis increases as he ages due to in part to an increase in prostate size.

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