What is Molecular Hydrogen or Hydrogen Water? Should I take it? Does it really have health benefits? You just need to step into a health food shop or pharmacy to see the vast array of supplements, and that's before you consider all the wonderful options available online. So how do you separate the fakes from the real deal? Or those supplements loaded with sugar or use toxic fillers. You almost need a chemistry degree to decipher what the ingredients are and what are their benefits.
What did Cleopatra, Hippocrates, Pope John Paul 1 and Princess Diana have in common? Apart from the fact that they died in tragic or mysterious circumstances, all were fans of the beautiful art of aromatherapy.
Have you been in hibernation over winter? Has exercise been on the bottom of your list of priorities? Well, you’re not alone. As the days get longer and warmer, you and thousands of other Australians have decided to get into shape before summer arrives in full swing.
The jury is still out – to supplement or not - but many of us do believe that taking vitamins and minerals can help fill in the nutritional gaps that our diets don’t cover.
There is evidence to suggest that nut trees were grown as a source of human food as early as 10,000 BC, making them one of the earliest crops to be cultivated. Lately, however, nuts have been labelled as ‘fattening’ or, worse still, ‘unhealthy’.
What you are about to read requires an open mind. You have to look at facts instead of massive advertising and failed, faulty theories. You almost have to disregard a lot of what you thought was true about food and weight loss. Are you ready?