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Vitamin D and cancer – it’s not all bad

By On November 23, 2017

While your first thoughts when you hear the words “vitamin D and cancer” might be sun overexposure and skin cancer, there’s increasing evidence that vitamin D may actually be more important than… Read More


Coffee: Are its Benefits Bitter Sweet?

By On August 17, 2017

Coffee is the most popular consumed caffeinated beverage in the world. And along with its delicate and unique taste, coffee brings a plethora of health benefits to the table. Some people, however,… Read More


GMOs: The Big Questions

By On June 1, 2017

Transparency when it comes to the food industry is rarely ever harmful. It is encouraging when people are concerned with what food they are consuming, how it is produced and what health… Read More


Multivitamins – The New Santa?

By On January 9, 2017

Let us be frank. Your whole life has been a lie. As a child it was Santa and the whole ‘you don’t believe you don’t receive’ ploy. Then, once you started questioning your existence,… Read More

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The wonderful world of tea – the science-based benefits

By On June 21, 2015

Studies have suggested that drinking tea from the Camellia sinensis shrub benefits the body’s immune function, gut function, assists blood pressure and reduces the risk of some cancers, cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes… Read More