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Six ways to support your immune system

The ‘super six’ immunity boosters The human body is a marvellous machine, consisting of many complex and interactive systems The immune system, for example, underpins our overall health and wellbeing And although we can’t actually see it,...

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Are you getting enough vitamin D?

What's all the fuss about vitamin D There’s been lots of chatter in the media recently about a potential new weapon in the war against COVID-19: vitamin D While the scientific data is still sketchy, there’s a growing school of thought among...

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Eating for energy

Put some fire in your belly Your body is a hungry furnace which relies on fuel to keep it burning brightly If you’re not incorporating the right nutrition, you’re going to find energy levels spike and crash, leaving you stuck in a downward...

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How to start running – a beginner’s guide from Onetrack

Due to the measures that were implemented as part of the COVID pandemic, a lot of us were forced to take a more self-propelled approach to our fitness Running suddenly became the nation's number one go-to activity People that used to hate running...

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Different types of salt. Sea, Himalayan and kitchen salt. Top view on three wooden spoons on black background

To salt, or not to salt? 

If salt could speak, it would undoubtedly complain about its reputation Positioned as the bad boy of dietary minerals, its hidden presence in fast and convenience foods has got whole populations hooked on over-salted foods and contributed to the...

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Feed your gut

In our recent prebiotics and fibre articles, we’ve looked at how a healthy gut is linked to our overall mental and physical wellness Now it’s time to put it in to practice These recipes are packed full of digestion-friendly ingredients that...

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Health food for a high fiber diet with whole wheat pasta, grains, legumes, nuts, fruit, vegetables and cereals with foods high in omega 3 fatty acids, antioxidants and vitamins. Rustic background top view.

Gut health: Mind the (Fibre) Gap

In our gut health series, we've explored all things prebiotic and interviewed former rugby star Jonny Wilkinson on the benefits of kombucha Now we're turning our focus to fibre Most of us know that we should aim to include plenty of fibre in...

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5 Glute Exercises to undo sitting all day

If you work from home or in a sedentary job, the amount of time you spend sat on you behind may have caused your bum muscles to snooze Strong glutes are important for posture and performance and this workout from boutique fitness studio Flex...

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