Joints & bones

In this section of our blog we explore how age, nutritional status and lifestyle factors can all contribute to the rate of breakdown in our joints and bones and ways to help support our musculoskeletal system.

The Menopause – Time To Put Ourselves First

The Menopause – time to put ourselves first!

“In China the menopause is known as the Second Spring and it is regarded as a time when women often ...
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Methylation- energy for life and living

Methylation: energy for life and living!

Methylation is one of the body’s most important and commonest chemical processes, occurring many times a second in every cell ...
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We are what we eat? We are also what our mother ate at the time of conception

We are what we eat? We are also what our mother ate at the time of conception

We recently provided an article to introduce the emerging and exciting field of nutrigenomics. Put most simply nutrigenomics is the ...
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Bone Health Nutrients

Supporting Good Bone Health Throughout Life

The correct nutrition to support good bone health is essential at all stages of life. In this article we cover ...
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The ‘Health of the Nation’ 2014

The ‘Health of the Nation’ 2014

The question perhaps to ask is “are we getting enough vitamins?” as the ‘Health of the Nation’ 2014 survey results ...
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The Health Benefits of Vitamin D

The Health Benefits of Vitamin D

There is no question that suitable vitamin D levels are important to the health of us all, and at all ...
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Nutrigenomics: Where nutrition meets genetics

Nutrigenomics: Where nutrition meets genetics

Why is Nutrigenomics such an exciting and emerging health topic? Because we all have slightly different genetic variations – and ...
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Osteoporosis and Menopause

Menopause and Osteoporosis

Menopause is a time of change and an important change in nutritional requirements too. And for those women in ‘perimenopause’, ...
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